מאת: שרה לוין, ג'רוזלם פוסט | 10 במאי 2013
Safari and Spice
A tantalizing journey to the paradise of tanzania
No more will Iguanodon be seen, or Brontosaurus, or old Diplodocus, or the dragons that flew like birds, or the Dodo that lost his power to fly. Gone are all.
But, if a modern day Garden of Eden still exists, it’s the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. It¹s is about as close to the Garden of Eden one can get on earth today. The serene setting is stage to the most dramatic wildlife interactions imaginable, with 700,000 different species of animals. The SNP is ecstatically beautiful and excitingly entertaining. It’s like watching Wild Kingdom in real-time. No two days are the same. For that matter, no two hours are the same. It hard to express the magic four-wheeling from place to place, to spot a cheetah and her new born cubs, and then racing to see a pride of 14 lions in one tree before they flee in search of their evening prey, and on the way stop to see a pack of female elephants washing in the freshwater pools while a lone patriarch walks off into the distance, only to see a rhino along the horizon, all in a time span of two hours.
Tanzania is one of those places that once you experience the sensational safari menagerie, getting up-close and personal with a few of the 126 African tribes, and the cherished Spice Islands of Zanzibar, and last, but not least, seeing and climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, your soul will long to go back time and time again.