This time our 16-day safari led us through south­ern Kenya and north­ern Tan­za­nia. We vis­it­ed Amboseli Nation­al Park in Kenya, then in Tan­za­nia the Tarangire Nation­al Park, Arusha, the Ngoron­goro Crater and the Serengeti. After­wards we made a short stop at Lake Vic­to­ria in Speke Bay and returned to Kenya for a few days in the Masai Mara.



Amboseli Nation­al Park is locat­ed in the south of Kenya at the foot of Kil­i­man­jaro. It is famous for its enor­mous ele­phant herds.



The Arusha Nation­al Park is locat­ed in Tan­za­nia on the slopes of Mount Meru.



The giant BaoBab trees dom­i­nate the land­scape of Tarangire Nation­al Park. The num­ber and vari­ety of ani­mals was very impressive.


Ngorongoro Crater

With its diam­e­ter of more than 20km and the up to 600m high crater edges, the Ngoron­goro Crater is a world of its own. It is often called the eighth world won­der of nature.



The Serengeti impress­es with its sheer size. It takes more than six hours to cross it by car. 


Victoriasee - Speke Bay

Speke Bay is a part of Lake Vic­to­ria, the third largest lake in the world.


Masai Mara

Once again the high­light of our trip was a 4-day vis­it to the Masai Mara.



Some pic­tures of our camps and lodges dur­ing the trip.