Saturday, September 13, 2014

Ultimate Tanzania & Ethiopia Safari 2015

Did you know that far from being a land of drought and famine, Ethiopia is a watershed for many countries in Africa - in fact, well over half of the water that flows into the Nile comes from Lake Tana in the Ethiopian highlands. Ethiopia is also home to nine world heritage sites - equal with Morocco as the most of any country in Africa and two more than Egypt. A close second to Ethiopia, Tanzania has seven world heritage listed sites   and is home to two of the worlds premier wildlife viewing destinations - the Ngorongoro Crater & Serengeti National Park...

Aside from this extraordinary Christian heritage that dates back to the 1st Century AD, Ethiopia is also regarded as the best birding destination in Africa and is home to some of the continents most unique wildlife including the worlds rarest canid (dog) and Africa's only species of wolf! Ethiopia also has some of the highest and most spectacular mountain ranges in Africa! Combined with the unrivaled wildlife experiences of the world renowned Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater, a safari that incorporates both Tanzania and Ethiopia is arguably the ultimate safari experience imaginable.

In the space of just a couple of weeks, experience the marvel of the worlds largest migration of mammals; descend into the world renowned Ngorongoro Crater to track Africa's Big 5 (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo & rhino); witness the colorful Ethiopian Christian celebration of Epiphany (Timkat); walk through rock hewn churches and castles from the 14th century; track the endemic Ethiopian Wolf, Gelada Baboon, Walia Ibex and Mountain Nyala through some of the most stunning mountain range scenery in the world - and if that's not enough, you can try your hand at fly fishing in arguably the worlds least known and one of Africa's finest wild trout fisheries.

Zoom Photo Safaris is excited to announce this ultimate East African safari for the first time in January 2015 led by award winning photographer and guide, Dominyk Lever. There is limited space available on this truly once in a lifetime safari so don't miss out - click on this link to get more information and a quote.