A lion rests on the Serengeti's plains during the heat of the afternoon, as seen on an African safari Photo credit: Victor Nemeth M.D.
A pair of zebra stare back at Thomson safari-goers in Africa Photo credit: Andy Biggs
Hundreds of wildebeest, part of the Great Migration, spread out across the plains of the Serengeti, as seen on a Thomson safari to Africa Photo credit: Chris Donovan
Elephants are just one of the many hundreds of animals you'll have a chance to see on our African safaris Photo credit: Victor Nemeth M.D.
a leopard resting on a tree branch, as see on a Thomson African safari Photo credit: Danny Nestor
Five young lion cubs sit atop a kopje, the granite outcroppings that dot the Serengeti's plains Photo credit: Andy Biggs
Two cheetah sit alert, keeping watch over the Serengeti Photo credit: Chris Gamel
A lone giraffe crosses the plains, searching for acacia trees to eat, as seen on a Thomson African safari Photo credit: Andy Biggs
See Wildebeest with their young on a Thomson African safari Photo credit: Victor Nemeth M.D.
Viewing a rare black rhino on an African safari Photo credit: Patti Sandoval
A hippo pool in Serengeti National Park, as seen on an African safari Photo credit: Victor Nemeth M.D.
On an African safari, you may see a cheetah chasing a wildebeest calf Photo credit: Victor Nemeth M.D.
Hippos show their dominance on an African safari Photo credit: Randy Hanna
While on safari, you may see a lion looks out over the African savannah Photo credit: Andy Biggs
Viewing the Great Migration in the Serengeti while on an African safari Photo credit: Larry Terrell
While on safari in Africa, you may see a young female impala grazing Photo credit: Alan Story
Cape buffalo are known for their unique horns Photo credit: Alan Story
While on safari in Africa, you'll see the largest bird in the world - the ostrich. Photo credit: Alan Story
Keeping up with cheetah cubs is tiring work Photo credit: Andy Biggs
Giraffe herd seen from the Balloon Safari in Africa Photo credit: Andy Biggs
Baby lion cub stretching in the Serengeti Photo credit: Andy Biggs

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