Client Feedback : Witnessing East Africa’s Wildebeest Migration

From tree-climbing lions to savannah sunsets, white beaches of Zanzibar and witnessing the annual wildebeest migration in Kenya; there’s no denying that Natasha’s clients enjoyed an East Africa safari of a lifetime. Her clients stayed at Gibbs Farm on the outer slopes of Ngorongoro Crater, Breezes Beach Club in Zanzibar , Mount Meru hotel in Arusha and at the traditional tented Ubuntu seasonal camps in the Serengeti. East Africa is an exceptional destination for year-round game viewing and Natasha is very much a hands-on, caring consultant who goes to great lengths to knot together the perfect East Africa safari itinerary. 

Here is their feedback : 

Hi Natasha,

sorry for the slow response but it’s been pretty crazy (work-wise) since we got back.

We had a wonderful time thank-you.  Gibbs Farm (along with Ngorongoro) and Ubuntu camps where the highlights.  I think we saw all the animals we wanted, but seeing the lions playing and resting in trees was wonderful, along with the baby elephant in Manyara were wonderful.

However, nothing could have prepared me for the awesomeness of the Great Migration!  We were so lucky with the timing… the Wildebeest arrived the day after us and were pretty much gone as we left.  Standing with great friends, watching the Sunset with 250,000 Wildebeest was a moment I’ll never forget. Undoubtedly the biggest surprise was the birds… I hadn’t expected to see so many different and beautiful birds!.

Thanks for everything, and some pictures enclosed.


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Author: Carolynne Higgins

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