Kuro Tarangire

Tarangire is the essence of the rich African wildlife experience

Second only to the Serengeti in its concentration of wildlife, Tarangire is an echo of those early pioneering safaris.

Thu, Sep 4, 2014

Big game at Kuro

The camp staff and guides have been reporting that wildlife at Kuro is better than good!  There are elephant through camp each day and it's likely that you will see 5 or 6 different species of animal while simply sitting on the verandah of your tent.  We've also had guests reporting wild dog sightings every week not far from the camp and this pack seems to number in their twenties.  Night drives have been richly rewarded with leopard, genet, serval, honey badgers and all sorts of other wonderful things.  Although the honey badgers have made themselves a nuisance by raiding the camp stores on a nightly basis and causing chaos.  Here are a few pics (snapping the honey badger now a major objective!).

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