We visited two of Tanzania's most famous and spectacular wildlife parks over Christmas and New Year. Accompanied by our visiting friend Philip Krohn, we spent several days viewing thousands of wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles on their annual migration through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and the southeastern Serengeti plains, as well as those that live within the stunning Ngorongoro Crater. We also enjoyed the various trees, insects, birds, predators like servals and hyenas, and all the other forms of life that thrive in these massive protected areas.
These are some of the world's most well-known parks, and for good reason: Ngorongoro Crater has the densest population of wildlife in Tanzania, including of lions, and the Serengeti hosts the most numerous large-mammal migration on the planet. They are truly wonders of the world, and we are thankful Tanzania had the foresight to conserve these critical areas. Please enjoy these two slideshows with some of our best photos from the trip.
Ngorongoro Crater and Plains
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