June Safari Update – Day 9 and 10
June 9 and 10, 2014
After an incredible day in the crater we left our camp on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater and headed for Gibbs Farm for our last night in Tanzania. A lengthy tour through the organic farms and a wonderful presentation by a Maasai Healer who spoke of the traditional medicine ways that are still in use today, made for ending the safari on a very high note. On the morning of the 10th we made our way to the Cultural Heritage and to the Shanga River House for our farewell lunch.
Before I close out this trip posting, I wanted to share with you a quick video from one of my safari clients, Jeff Paradiso. Jeff and I had communicated a great deal before our safari and at the end of the day, we both said – what the heck…bring it. What he brought was a quad copter drone mounted with a Hero camera. Throughout the safari, we obtained some wonderful aerial imagery, so stay tuned for more from Jeff.
So if you have ever wondered what it looks like from above the canopy at the Ngorongoro Crater camp, have a look below as Jeff expertly pilots this aerial platform though a very narrow opening between two Acacia trees. Thanks for a great look Jeff.
Cheers and all my best to all of my safari clients that joined me on this wonderful adventure to Tanzania.