The glacier at the top of Mt KilimanjaroHighlights
- Tanzania in general - people were friendly, food was fantastic and the sights were varied
- Seeing the big 5
- The Devils Pool
- If you only have a few weeks I recommend Northern Tanzania, you can climb Kili and get a number of Parks in, with a variety of wildlife
- Be careful about going during peak, we were in off peak and it was still busy in parts. Some parks would be a nighmare in peak
- Its the wild not a zoo, don't embarrass yourself and request an animal, but by all means let your guide/driver know that you'd really like to see a rhino or your interested in birds or big cats - otherwise be like us and go with the flow, you never know what you will see when you least expect it!
I have many but the below two are my absolute favourites.
The cheetah above sat quietly in the grass, she is so old that her spots are fading, she was so rare even the guides talked about her all night
Apparently Hyenas don't wallow in the mud, except for this one. S/he proves that even though people might think they've seen everything they usually haven't.
Most of our meals were included, but the "stews" in Tanzania were hearty, tasty, especially the fish and eggplant variety.
As usual its a vast continent, we only touched parts of Southern and East Africa, we met a large number of Australians on long service leave who did a lot in 12 weeks, but still only got through a large chunk of Southern and Eastern Africa.