After waking to a heavy mist and a great breakfast, we said goodbye to our Ngorongoro camp staff after a great day in the crater. Leaving 7523 feet, we started our lengthy descent to the floor of the Serengeti. Heavy mist and a dense fog made driving difficult and time consuming. What should have been a 45 minute drive, took some two hours. Following a fuel stop, we were off of Oldupai Gorge and then onto our camp in the Serengeti near Serenara. Since today was a travel day, we took very few photos however, the day was not without some special sightings including a mother leopard and cub. Although the conditions were great for viewing, there were difficult good photography. Arriving at our camp, we were greeted once again by the wonderful staff of Thomsons Safaris; they are such special folks – it’s like having family with you everywhere you go.
Above is another shot from our Maasai Village visit on the crater rim.
Kwa afya and happy photo’ing.