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Bush notebooks in Tanzania, on the trail of wildlife


REPORT - Safari to discover an unknown Tanzania, from the eastern Serengeti to the lion kingdom in Ruaha National Park.

It is a tawny and endless plain where nothing can stop the gaze, whichever way you turn your head.

The grass is low, the trees rare and distant.

The austere beauty of the eastern Serengeti strikes you as soon as you step off the small bush plane.

The rainy season, which attracts hordes of wildebeest here in November and December, has not yet arrived.

As the 4 x 4 rolls towards our lodge, we come across a herd of nearly 500 buffaloes, a couple of ostriches, then a serpentaire.

The 4 x 4 suddenly stops, the guide hands us his binoculars: “

In the distance, a cheetah perched on a termite mound!

Unlike the lion or the leopard, the cheetah hunts by day.

A mother has to kill three to four times a day to feed her young.


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It is to allow the cheetah population to renew itself that this area of ​​the Serengeti was closed for twenty years.

In 2014, the authorities allowed the opening of a first camp, that of Namiri Plains, which we can reach

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Source: lefigaro

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