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Welcome to the Wildlife Travel Website Home Page! 

After a period of unforgivable inactivity the webmaster has finally updated the Wildlife Travel Website.  A feature of the site is that it is regularly updated with reports from Africa about wildlife viewing in some of the continent's most famous reserves and national parks, and the updates are now in up to and including January's action in the Serengeti and also Botswana.  

DRY SEASON ABOUT TO BREAK IN SOUTHERN SERENGETI

In the southern Serengeti the Ndutu Lodge waits expectantly for rain as guests watch a lioness hunting impala from the lodge bar. You can read about this and other up to date accounts of Serengeti wildlife at our ever popular Serengeti Update page (last updated 5 December).   

NEW!

After eighteen months with very little change the webmaster has finally updated the wildlife travel bookstore by adding a section entitled 'Best Wildlife Books of 2003 and 2002'.  There are some fantastic new titles here, and when taken together with some of the old classics, we believe we have the internet's most comprehensive dedicated listing of books on wildlife and wildlife travel.

 

WEBMASTER PUBLISHES SERENGETI PHOTOS (again)... AT LAST!!!

The webmaster has at last published properly the best photos of his six days of incredible game-viewing whilst staying at the Ndutu Lodge. They have been published on five separate pages and the first page (photos of the migration itself) can be accessed by clicking here or by clicking on the 'Serengeti Photos' button above. The photos are intended to compliment the diary of the trip to allow those unfortunate wildlife enthusiasts either marooned at home or at work to share in his wonderful experiences!  

 

APOLOGIES

The webmaster would like to take this opportunity to apologise to all of those who have emailed him recently and not received response.  This inactivity has been largely down to pressures of work and a young family...he will try to do better in the future!  

 

 

 

REMEMBER...

...see what the animals are doing in the Serengeti...   

RIGHT NOW!

 

This site was last updated on

25/02/06 09:47