A beautiful place….


Just been trying to get two tents for three consecutive nights at one of the remote and lovely little camps in the northern Serengeti for September this year and it’s already proving a problem!   Why? Well it seems word is finally spreading that the northern Serengeti is just the same as Kenya’s Masai Mara but without the crowds!  Beautiful scenery, big prides of lion, great herds of eland and when the migration is there, hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and zebra!

Then of course there’s the opportunity of seeing river crossings where the migration braves the waters and crocs of the Mara River, and all of this in an area about the same size as the Mara but with perhaps a tenth of the bed space, or less, all in small, even tiny, personal camps.

Go before everyone else does!  If you need help, get in touch at andrew@journeyintoafrica.com


About ajourneyintoafrica

I’ve both lived and worked in Africa in the safari industry and now have over 32 years of safari experience. I first visited Africa as an 18 year old, when I developed a huge interest and love for the continent. I led my first safari in 1986, after gaining an environmental science degree from London University, and have always been captivated by Africa’s animal and bird-life, by its huge horizons and wide open spaces, and by its people and cultures.

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