Serengeti National Park Wildlife Safari
(The following is a guest post from GGT Social Media Assistant Megan Jerrard, the Australian journalist behind Mapping Megan, and her photographer husband, Mike. You can follow their journey on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest and Instagram. If you’re interested in future guest posting opportunities, please email Editor In Chief Bret Love at info@GreenGlobalTravel.com.)
An African wildlife safari is generally high on the bucket list of any eco-traveler. And, between Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Zambia, there’s certainly no shortage of options!
Each country is a popular safari destination in its own right. But, when presented with the opportunity to spend two weeks travelling through one of these amazing countries, we decided we couldn’t go wrong with a Serengeti National Park Wildlife Safari in Tanzania!
Serengeti National Park is arguably one of the world’s greatest when it comes to wildlife. Translated, Serengeti means “endless plains,” which is a pretty accurate description. The stunningly scenic landscape appears to go on forever, as does the list of gorgeous wildlife who call the Serengeti home…