2017 Family Safari Recap, or What I Did on My Summer VacationBy Bushtracks Expeditions
April 15, 2020
In June 2017 Bushtracks welcomed 37 guests to East Africa on two departures of the Tanzania Family Safari. Take a look at the pictures shared by the travelers, and you’ll see that a good time was had by all ages: from grandparents to grandchildren, and everyone in between. You’ll also see that the friendships formed with the people they met along the way were as meaningful as the many wildlife sightings they enjoyed in the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater.
Serengeti North & West, Tanzania
Eating a bush lunch in the middle of the Serengeti with our Tanzania Specialist Guide Rem, who accompanied us throughout the entire trip.
Getting ready to board our private aircraft and head to Manyara. It’s hard to say goodbye to the local guides we met along the way.
Playing soccer with children who attend the Bashay Primary School in Karatu, Tanzania.
Meeting Maasai children from the Mto wa Mbu village.
Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
Game viewing in the Ngorongoro Crater — we never thought we’d get this close to an elephant!
Boating and fishing on the Rufiji River in the Selous. Our Bushtracks Ranger Leader, Laura, helped us get creative with ochre stencils when we had a few minutes to relax back at camp.
Exploring Stiegler’s Gorge located on the Rufiji River where a bush breakfast was waiting. With all the time you spend riding in a vehicle on safari, it feels good to get out and scramble on boulders. Our Family Safari let some of us be active, and others relax!
Join next year’s family safari: A Safari for All Generations by Private Air.
The first version of this article was posted on 1 Sep 2017 at 3:25 PM.