Our Second Safari To Tanzania With Africa Dream Safaris

We returned from our second ADS safari just over a month ago and I am just starting to organize and sort our many photos for a photo book to share with family and friends. While the trip seems so long ago, the pictures bring it all back. I wondered if it would be much of the same (our first safari was in February 2012), but it wasn’t. The only same was our wonderful guide, Francis. He is truly an amazing spotter and driver. This trip ...

The Tented Camps Were A Wonderful Part Of The Safari

We recently took our son and daughter-in-law to Tanzania on a safari with ADS. It turned out to be the trip of a life time! We saw so many animals. Of the 2 million wildebeest in Tanzania I think we saw 1.5 million of them. We saw more lions than we could keep track of. We were even fortunate enough to see the very rare African wild dogs and of course we saw many elephants, giraffe, zebras, warthogs, antelope, hippos, monkeys, baboons, cheetahs ...

Our 3rd Safari With ADS

We have worked with ADS for 3 safaris and have never been disappointed. ADS works with you from when you are on the ground until you depart. They will assist with unique needs, and always have safe drivers and the best guides. Study in advance, learn about the differences between your lodging choices, learn a little language, and ENJOY! And maybe leave your fancy camera at home...just take in everything you see. Mary Y. and Maury S. Lexington, Texas Safari Dates: September 16, 2015 to ...

Travelling to Tanzania this year? Your trip can help the local community.

The Foundation for African Medicine and Education, a charitable organization that was founded to provide quality medical care to the local people living in rural Tanzania, is exploring cost effective ways of getting medical supplies and equipment, as well as health education materials sent from the U.S. to Tanzania. Their U.S. volunteers have been able to help enormously on this front, bringing extra suitcases when they travel to Tanzania, but with their patient growth and program expansion, they are needing even more help. If any guests ...

Tanzania Is Like The Garden Of Eden

I will never forget this trip. Our guide was wonderful; warm, knowledgeable, patient, and caring, a great driver with a special Tanzanian sense of humor (you had to be there). I saw so much I will never forget; lions walking by our jeep, baby baboons playing or riding on an adult bareback, curious giraffes. I watched teen male elephants spar and matriarchs patiently guide their babies. I will never forget the homes of the Masai, their lives so different from ours. The people I met were warm, ...