Guest Gallery: The Serengeti At Its Best
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager
We recently had the pleasure of welcoming guests, Chris and Monique Fallows to two of our camps in the Serengeti. The couple, who are professional photographers, shared some incredible images of their time with us on safari – let them inspire you to visit the Serengeti.
‘Reflecting back on our trip, I have to say the only way to visit the Serengeti is with Asilia Africa. Central Serengeti can get rather overcrowded with lots of vehicle traffic but the locations of both Asilia camps, Duniain the western part of the Serengeti and Namiri Plains in the east are in quiet areas with low traffic volume. Added to the incredible predator sightings in these areas, the camp staff and guides went out of their way to make us feel at home and went the extra mile to make sure we had the best experience possible.’– Chris Fallows, photographer
The Serengeti National Park, located in northern Tanzania, can be described as quintessential Africa. The region’s vast rolling plains stretch as far as the eye can see. The Serengeti is the ideal year-round safari destination, with a high numbers of game offering being present throughout the year, offering spectacular wildlife viewing no matter when you choose to visit.
Read more about Chris and Monique’s time with us and their epic encounter with a lion superpride here.
Guests were absolutely amazed at the sight of this superpride in the Serengeti. Photo credits: Monique & Chris Fallows
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