My Beautiful Trip to Ruaha
Sorry to post this “amazing” trip so late but as I became a member only this week ….. : One thing that I prefer the most in safari is walking , remoteness and authentic experiences to overcrowded safari’s and that is why I love Zambia and adored this part of Tanzania ; in other words a memorable safari for me is not about the sheer numbers of animals seen but about diversity , excellent guiding and if possible family owned lodges with a soul !
After a great walking safari in Zambia’s South Luangwa in 2018, we decided on the remote Ruaha National Park for our second safari and stayed 5 nights at Mwagusi camp and 5 nights at Kichaka Expeditions : words can not describe how special Kichaka was from the walking and driving with Moli and Jacques to the delicious campsite overlooking the valley and the riverbed organised to perfection by the staff who made us feel like part of the family from the moment we arrived together with Lodrick and Jane ; and then after a drink at the campfire delicious food was served every time again , even ” pommes frites with garlic ” to make us belgians feel totally at home.
In Mwagusi , a safari camp with fabulous bandas and great views overlooking the dry riverbed where dinner was served daily and elephants crossed ; we saw several leopards in the sausage trees and our guide Jimmy drove us to a giraffe kill surrounded by lions and to “Little Serengeti ” for our first cheeta’s on the hunt!
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