Tanzania

TheSecretCostumier - Tanzania

TheSecretCostumier - Tanzania

TheSecretCostumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

TheSecretCostumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Lake Manyara

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Lake Manyara

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Lake Manyara

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Lake Manyara

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Lake Manyara

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Lake Manyara

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Lake Manyara

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Lake Manyara

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Lake Manyara

The Secret Costumier - Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

Tanzania has never been on my bucket list. Not because I didn’t think it was a place worth going to, more because I had no idea how much it has to offer.

Being on a safari with our lovely guide, Jackson, was really a once in a lifetime experience. I never thought I would be so excited about spotting an elephant or a zebra from afar, or patiently waiting for lions (merely a meter away from us) to wake up from their siesta.

We were looking for a really short safari as we were only in the country for a week, and the two days spent in the Lake Manyara National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater were everything I ever wished for. By the way, the Ngorongoro Crater would worth a visit even if there weren’t thousands of animals roaming free in it, as it must be one of the most diverse, interesting and beautiful places on Earth.

If you only go to one place this year, I suggest you go to Tanzania! 🙂

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  1. You made me feel the same way about Singapore! 🙂 You should definitely check Tanzania out, the safari is just so peaceful, interesting and beautiful, and in about an hour on a plane you can go the the most amazing beach ever!

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