Safari in Tanzania Day 2

Day 2 of our Tanzania safari

“Nothing but breathing the air of Africa, and actually walking through it, can communicate the indescribable sensations.” -William Burchell (English explorer)

Hippos usually come out of the water for four to five hours at night to graze. Their diet consists of grass and they graze using muscular lips.The hippo is considered one of the most dangerous animals in Africa and it is highly aggressive, particularly if you get between it and the water.

Some beautiful lions smiling for the camera!

A mother elephant walks with her baby.


“If I have ever seen magic, it has been in Africa.” – John Hemingway

Hyenas hunting for today’s meal.

Banded mongoose crossing the road right behind our vehicle.

Antelope grazing in the blazing sun.

These two giraffe brothers were roughhousing and playing.

Leopard in the tree with his kill hanging above him, probably an Impala small deer. Keeping it safe from the hungry Hyenas below.

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