Here are a few photos from Mervyn Griffin who was on our 2015 Tanzania trip:-


We found our own big cats

This African Scops Owl was roosting in the lodge grounds

Black-faced Sandgrouse... These were unusually tame

Cape Teal were common on alkaline lakes

Several Common Genets regularly appeared in the rafters at the restaurant, Ndutu Lodge

Double-banded Coursers were surprisingly common

Grey Crowned Cranes were a garden bird at our first lodge

We were lucky to see this Honey Badger spotted by Mervyn

Tree climbing Lions are quite common in Tanzania

We were lucky to find these two handsome male Lions whilst birdwatching in Ndutu

We lost track of the number of close encounters with Lions

Masai Giraffes have distinctive markings

Olive Baboons were plentiful

Red-and-Yellow Barbets were very confiding and hung around some of our picnic tables

This is a female Saddle-billed Stork with distinctive yellow eyes

We had great views of Spotted Thick-Knees

Verreaux's Eagle-Owl showing its pink eyelids

White-Browed Coucals were plentiful


Below are just a few of the great photos kindly supplied by Phil Jones who was on our 2014 Tanzania trip:-


Tanganyika Sykes' Monkey with young


Spotted Thick-knee


One of our chalets at Speke Bay, Lake Victoria


One uninvited guest on the beach at Speke Bay!


Verreaux's Eagle-Owl in the grounds at Speke Bay.


Square-tailed Nightjar also in the grounds at Speke Bay.


Black-headed Gonoleks.


Slender-billed Weavers mopping up the breakfast crumbs.


Hippo in the Serengeti.


Ostriches were amazingly common and quite confiding.


Zebras on the Serengeti.


Zebra and Wildebeest on the move.


Wildebeest moving through woodland in the western part of the Serengeti.


Just after we saw these two cheetahs we watched one stalk and chase a Thomson's Gazelle.


Yellow-billed Storks


Leopard relaxing in the Serengeti


The beautiful Silverbird was quite common in the Serengeti.

Black-necked Rock Hyrax in the grounds of Seronera Lodge




Lioness determinedly ignoring us!


We had amazingly close views of lions and saw a total of over fifty.


Beautiful Masai Giraffe


Magpie Shrike


Coqui Francolin


A typical scene.


Please note: The above photographs were taken on previous trips. Itineraries change from time to time and therefore you cannot rely on these photographs as being an exact representation of what can be expected on a future tour. For details of the each tour, you should refer to the brochure write-up.


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