Game Viewing
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This is the heart and soul of a safari and we as Wildgem understand the meaning of this and the importance of making sure every guest is fully satisfied by the end of his or her safari. There is more than just driving around in the safari jeeps for the morning and evening drives, game viewing offers a wide range of activities like night drives, walking safaris, hot air-ballooning and simply just relaxing in the comfort of your lodge or camp.

Night Game Drives:

This option is not available in all the national parks that we conduct our activities, its only available in Tarangire national park. A night game drive is a completely different experience, nature is a completely different world at night, most of your favorite cats tend to be most active then and you get to see some of the animals and birds that are only active during the day, this is an exciting and once in a lifetime experience.

Walking safari:

A walking adventure in the bush provides a new perspective on the African landscape and its many residents. To walk through the African bush is to experience Africa close-up. Smells are suddenly subtle and varied and every sound has significance. Birds and butterflies are individuals, noticed and studied, not simply rushed past in the race for the bigger game. And when the larger animals appear, they are met at eye level, standing on the same earth. Safety is not an issue - armed, experienced guides and game rangers accompany all walks. It is the perfect setting to appreciate nature. The slow pace of the walk combined with the interpretative skills of the guides will open your eyes to a new and fascinating world. Stroll along paths walked by untamed wildlife and immerse yourself into the raw essence of life in the bush.

Hot air-ballooning:

Balloon safaris in Tanzania are a romantic and evocative way of experiencing the wilderness of East Africa, as you gracefully and silently fly over the plains teeming with herds of wild life in the early morning. Typically, a balloon safari begins between 6 am and lasts for around 1-2 hours, during which you will likely see the magnificent wildlife below over several square kilometers of the game park. Balloon safaris are held regularly only in the Serengeti and take off from designated sites where the disturbance to animals is kept to a minimum. Your safari vehicle drops you off at the take off site and picks you up from your landing site. The safari is followed by a champagne breakfast in the bush, a fitting end to your memorable flight in the wild.