Aldersley Family – Tanzania Safari (Feb 2017)

Thank you so much for your hard work putting together our amazing three generation family safari to Northern Tanzania. We loved everything and the highlight was our private Serengeti Camp. The staff were lovely and the children wrote this thank you letter to ‘Big Baboon and Little Baboon’ their nicknames for the camp staff! 

We had a fab day in Arusha National Park ……and I even managed to canoe on the lake with the HIPPOS!!! Enjoyed being at Siringit Villa (their private house in Arusha) enjoyed a shower and a cold drink after a day in the park!! We all had an AMAZING time at our private camp in the Serengeti. Our hosts at the camp were all fantastic – they made Dad a lovely birthday cake and sang to him!

We saw an amazing amount of animals and the migration was something else, we were surrounded 360 degrees by wildebeest and this lion was stalking them!

We also had the most amazing sighting of a beautiful leopard in daylight! 

We saw loads of wildlife including many lions and elephant families.

We had a great day in Ngorongoro crater everyone was exhausted!! The Manor (at Ngorongoro) was lovely and very comfortable we wished we had another day there to relax. The children all had an amazing time and have been VERY excited about seeing all the animals. I think poor old Elias and Joseph were exhausted from all their questions! (The private guides from Hoopoe Safaris)

Thank you for our incredible holiday, I’ve heard from Mum & Dad on Zanzibar and they love their villa and are having a very relaxing time (Xanadu Villas)

Michael & Jennifer continued for a week to relax on the white sands of Zanzibar at Xanadu Villas, here is what Michael had to say:

“Thank you for arranging such a wonderful trip for us all. The safari was just extraordinary, the sheer number of animals, the camp, and the guides themselves made it so special. The Xanadu villas were stunning and the management and staff were wonderful and I would recommend you to use them again. We were the first people they had as guests from the UK. Patricia the Zanzibar Red Colobus Monkey joined us for meals!”