Is sighting the Big Five, sleeping in a tented camp and unwinding with a sundowner cocktail on your (eventual) bucket list? Destinations editor Eric Moya talks about an unusual way to go on safari in East Africa: To go during the so-called “short-rain season,” i.e. the offseason.
In this episode, Moya and host Rebecca Tobin discuss the benefits of traveling during the off-peak period, the types of animals he was hoping to spot on this trip to Tanzania and how a safari might be attractive to families and multigenerational groups once the coronavirus pandemic has ended.
Tanzania in style with Elewana's SkySafari - https://www.travelweekly.com/Middle-East-Africa-Travel/Tanzania-in-style-with-Elewana-Collection-SkySafari
Wet & Wild: Summer is peak safari season in East Africa, but wondrous wildlife encounters can occur year-round. - https://www.travelweekly.com/Middle-East-Africa-Travel/Wet-and-wild-peak-safari-season
A green-season safari in Tanzania - https://www.travelweekly.com/Media/A-green-season-safari-in-Tanzania
Dispatch, Kenya: Big Five? Who's counting? -https://www.travelweekly.com/Blogs/Dispatch/Dispatch-Kenya-Big-Five-Who-s-counting-
Dispatch, Kenya: Up, up and away -https://www.travelweekly.com/Blogs/Dispatch/Dispatch-Kenya-Up-up-and-away
Kenya safari lodges, from rustic to refined - https://www.travelweekly.com/Middle-East-Africa-Travel/Kenya-safari-lodges-from-rustic-refined
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