Officially declared as one of the 7th Natural Wonders of Africa, christened as “Africa’s Garden of Eden”, is one place in Tanzania that, whichever number of times I visit, it has always been an exciting and unique experience.
If you manage, stay at one of the rim hotels, you will be amazed with amazing views of the Crater. This photo depicts among the beautiful views from #Sopa Lodge, with magnificent unique sunsets to the west, and located at the highest point on Ngorongoro crater’s entire rim. I think this is the only hotel on the eastern rim of Ngorongoro, the others are located on the western rim.
A silhouette of a male giraffe, the tallest living animal. #Giraffes are both browsers and grazers. From an article I once read that a giraffe can be identified as either male or female from a distance away simply by its stance while eating, Males concentrate on leaves from the highest branches, while the females arch their necks to eat closer to the ground. I am yet to conclude this hypothesis.
However, at longer distance, you can identify a male by the bump on their heads. Males develop calcium deposits that form bumps on their skulls as they age.
This week I just fell in love with photographing #zebras. Here is a Black & White Zebra affair from the plains of West #Serengeti.
It's a vast wildlife beauty that #Tanzania has from the numerous National Parks and it is up-to us to ensure that this heritage is saved for ages.