East Africa Bush Tails

AAC Recent Events November 2011

1Mark Nolting awarding Guide of the Year to Geoffrey Milinga in Arusha”

To Mark Nolting in Tanzania

My most recent safari to Tanzania featured the southern circuit where wildlife is plentiful, whereas fortunately,tourists are not! I was able to visit Ruaha, Selous and Zanzibar. After a short visit in Arusha I flew by scheduled charter flight to Ruaha – now the largest national park in Tanzania. Known for its great populations of elephant, buffalo, greater and lesser kudu, hippo, crocs, it is also one of the country’s best national parks, and because of its location, it is one of the least visited.Ruaha’s scenery is spectacular. The Great Ruaha River, with its impressive gorges, deep pools and rapids, runs for 100 miles (160 km),close to the park’s southern boundary, and it is home to many hippo and crocodiles.
 
“Places visited by Mark Nolting while on safari”
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