One of our happy campers, Robyn Preston, shared her 21 day Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) to the Serengeti National Park (Kenya) experience with us in photographs. This Falls to Serengeti overland trip offers so many stunning moments in Africa, we're so glad Robyn wanted to share them with you. Thank you Robyn!
Victoria Falls to Serengeti National Park in Photographs
Above: Sunset on a game drive in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia.
Above: Two fishermen on their way to check their nets one evening on the Luangwa River, Zambia. This river is one of the major tributaries of the Zambezi River and one of the four largest in Zambia.
Above: A traditional dhou sails the waters in the harbour of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. This is the view from the ferry across to Zanzibar.
Above: The eyes of the Yellow Billed Hornbill watch from a branch. These birds are found in southern and eastern parts of Africa and are often seen perched in the acacia trees.
Above: A masai tribesman shows off his jumping skills. The masai dance, or adumu, is performed by the men of a village to show strength and stamina. This photo was taken during a tribe visit in Tanzania.
Above: This gnarly buffalo in the Serengeti appears to be docile. In fact the buffalo is one of the most dangerous animals in Africa due to its unpredictable nature.
Above: Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, is one of the most famous parks in Africa. This is a scene showing the wildlife harmonising together amidst the endemic acacia trees.
Above: A baby elephant stays close to its mother for protection. Seen on a game drive in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
Above: One of the most elegant African animals you will see on any game drive is a giraffe. They are found in many parts of Africa. There are several different species which are distinguished by their specific patterns.
All of Robyn's photos were taken on the Falls to Serengeti overland trip. Check out our other trips and tours or talk to one of our consultants who would be glad to help you plan a trip to suit your budget.
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