TANZANIA

THE WEEKLY #244: I’M ON SAFARI

Tarangire National Park is one of the most picturesque places I’ve ever visited. As our Jeep rolled along the bumpy roads, I would often peer out at the vast green plains, lush wetlands, and beautiful Acacia trees and feel as though we were driving through a painting. Even if there weren’t 250,000 animals in this …

THE WEEKLY #244: I’M ON SAFARI

THE WEEKLY #243: SURVIVING KILI

Those of you who check in with my weekly article you will know that I was touch and go to be injury-free for my trek up Mount Kilimanjaro. The good news is that I’m back and I managed to summit without my hamstring restricting my ability to climb. It’s still not perfect but I was …

THE WEEKLY #243: SURVIVING KILI

SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK PHOTO JOURNAL

An incredible week of safari experiences in Tarangire National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area was fading in the rearview mirror as we journeyed towards the final destination of our trip. The world-famous Serengeti National Park would be our home for the final three nights of our safari with Wilderness Travel on their tour: Tanzania Private Safari Journey. So far …

SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK PHOTO JOURNAL

NGORONGORO CRATER SAFARI PHOTO JOURNAL

Ngorongoro is as diverse as its name is difficult to pronounce. The enormous Ngorongoro Crater is the centerpiece of the huge Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which was the second part of my Tanzania safari journey that began in Tarangire and would finish in Serengeti. After leaving the stunning scenery of Tarangire behind, we traveled to Plantation …

NGORONGORO CRATER SAFARI PHOTO JOURNAL

TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK PHOTO JOURNAL

Tarangire National Park is one of the most picturesque places I’ve ever visited. As our Jeep rolled along the bumpy roads, I would often peer out at the vast green plains, lush wetlands, and beautiful Acacia trees and feel as though we were driving through a painting. Even if there weren’t 250,000 animals in this …

TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK PHOTO JOURNAL

THE WEEKLY #242: THE ARUSHA RECOVERY

The last trek on Madeira was tough, damn tough. The Caminho Real 23 had 8500 meters of elevation throughout 180 kilometers of distance. We packed that journey into a week, and carried a heavy pack with camping gear and I carried a lot of photography gear including a drone and multiple lenses. The adventure was …

THE WEEKLY #242: THE ARUSHA RECOVERY