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It’s always thrilling to spot lions, leopards and cheetahs and even more exhilarating to be able to drive as close as possible…without disturbing them of course. Inside the Serengeti, your driver will be fined if he is spotted doing so.
Load into our open-sided Toyota Land Cruiser with stylish, warm blankets and head out in the eerie dark of night under the moonlight and stars. Your Maasai guide will be in his tracker’s chair mounted on the vehicle front with his floodlight sweeping for reflective eyes of predators. One never knows what will be lurking in the dark, but it is guaranteed to be electrifying and unlike your daytime game drives. Night drives are not allowed inside the Serengeti.
Explore on foot with your armed Ranger and Maasai tracker. Learn about their medicinal plants, how to start a fire with sticks, and any wildlife you might encounter. Walking safaris are not allowed in the Serengeti.
Sundowners and Boma Dinner
Perched on a hill above the tents and overlooking the Serengeti, you will marvel at the setting sun as you sit around the bonfire with drinks of your choice and tasty hors d’oeuvres. After cocktails, with fire blazing, moon shining and stars twinkling, you will enjoy a traditional African dinner within the confines of a traditional Maasai boma built with acacia branches. Bonfires are not allowed inside the Serengeti proper.
Maasai Cultural Community Interactions: unlike many Northern Serengeti safari circuit Maasai tribes, the Ololosokwan tribe remains unaffected by large-scale tourism. They welcome the few visitors they do receive and are always enthusiastic about sharing their way of life and customs. Interactions for all ages can be arranged including having your child herd sheep with the Maasai boys, which is sure to be a life-changing experience. Don’t worry; a driver/guide will be discreetly supervising.
Now available from the Lobo area operated by Adventures Aloft Serengeti with two, A415 balloons from Cameroon Balloons that have a flying capacity of 16 passengers.
Whether your child is interested in learning how to identify wildlife via tracks and dung, learn about stars in the southern hemisphere, or draw the wildlife seen during safari drives, the staff at Buffalo Luxury Camp is eager to design activities that will entertain and delight children of all ages.
Kearsley (T) Ltd.
16, Zanaki Street, P. O. Box 801,
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
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Tel: +255 22 2137713