Tanzania - A Step Back in Time

October 29, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

I love reading about and exploring prehistoric mankind. From my childhood and the books and magazines my parents kept in front of me, I grew to love finding out about early ancestors, imagining how they lived, how they survived and evolved to modern man. I often wondered what their environment was like. In 2001 the speculation ceased and reality struck full force. Serengeti is one of those rare places on earth where you can imagine prehistoric man once walked and could possibly walk today and not feel out of place. The wildness of it is unsurpassed. The exquisite landscapes and vistas, a perfect setting for my mind to wander as our prehistoric ancestors did eons ago. The struggle to survive and move on. I can truly imagine them following the migration of the wildebeest, feasting on those not strong enough to complete the migratory cycle and contemplating how to cross the crocodile infested waters of the rivers which bisect the Serengeti ecosystem. For two weeks at a time, I am in heaven, reliving the lives of my ancestors, from the safe haven of a Land Rover. Come join us in Tanzania for a step back in time....

Oldupai Gorge Cheetah on the prowl, SerengetiCheetah
 
 

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