Tree climbing lions are on most photographers lists when it comes to safari. Along with cheetahs, and hopefully leopards. We were fortunate enough to see all.
But cats are not always easy to find.
They blend in with their surroundings:
They hide in trees:
And your access is limited in the major parks in Tanzania. No off road driving.
But if you’re patient, if you search and if you have a bit of luck, you will find all sorts of interesting things. We saw lions mating, playing, climbing trees and stalking prey.
As a newbie to safari, all I did was snap photos. And learn. Next time, I hope to bring a more seasoned perspective to these most amazing animals.
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