NOTE: THIS PIECE HAS EDGE DAMAGE IN ONE OF THE CORNERS
The safari vehicle rolled to a stop where a family of white rhinos grazed just 10 meters from the road. After a minute, my guide nonchalantly said, "Oh, there's also a jaguar about 80 meters back in the jungle."
We stayed at that spot for nearly 3 hours watching the jaguar sleep and rhinos eat.
I was so fortunate to be able to travel as tourism was re-opening after COVID. I found a safari that went to all the parks I wanted to, it was the least expensive out of all my options, AND it was a private tour. I always had the best seat in the vehicle. If I wanted to stay somewhere for 3 hours, we stayed. If I wanted to move on quickly, we moved on.
"Snoozy Jaguar" was taken from an open roof safari vehicle as traveled through the dusty expanse of Masai Mara. In the distance, a graceful giraffe loped from tree to tree. Gazelle, wildebeast, antelope and other herbivores mingled around these beautiful, towering creatures.
If a visiting the zoo is a black and white movie, a safari is in full living color.
This jaguar photo was part of an 8 day safari through the southern region of Kenya. The goal was to see the rich tapestry of African wildlife for myself (and maybe get some wildlife photography along the way!)
Lake Naivasha was a must stop, and it was filled with wonderful Africa images. The iconic flamingos grazed in the water. Long-necked giraffes gliding among the vegetation. Lounging lions. Water buffalo and countless birds. Some cheetahs hunting gazelle, but also, some cheetahs taking it as easy as they could.
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