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< Kara Hanson, UK: Selous Private Camp
lundi, 2011-07-11 20:08 Il y a: 6 Years
Categorie: Bush Telegraph

24th May 2011


Tanzania Safaris - Wild Dogs at Selous

24/05/2011: We are soon off to the Karibu trade fair show in Arusha at the start of June. Plans are being made to spread the message that the best and most adventurous camping and walking safaris are here in the south of Tanzania. Look out for our next Marketing Campaign to be launched when the website overhaul has been completed.

Much rain in Southern Tanzania right now which bodes well for the upcoming Tanzania Safari season. I really can't wait to get back out in the bush and set up my camps in the Selous and Ruaha - that is the stuff that I really love.

I hope you like today's picture of wild dogs. Honestly seeing those guys on a Tanzania safari is a real treat. I have heard of so few sightings outside of the south, but every time I go to Selous, I see these critters and it's a real thrill.

Signing off now, but look out for the next Bush Telegraph installment.

-Sven