Senior guide, John Urio, just returned from one of our last safaris for this season (next season begins next month, in May). He reports the long rains have begun, as scheduled. The rain did not put a damper on wildlife viewing though; the animals were still out in full-force. He and his group were able to track the wildebeest migration down to the southern tip of the Serengeti — it is reported that the herds are still there currently. Urio said, “The grasses are growing taller and greener each day and the wildlife viewing has been excellent.”
Author: Thomson Safaris
Thomson Safaris has been providing photographic Tanzania safaris and Mount Kilimanjaro treks for over 35 years.