One of my many favorite experiences on Safari is an early morning game drive. Your guide will usually ask you if you are up for a 6:00 - 6:30 am start. Say yes most of the time! That means, early morning wake-up call.
What is a wake-up call on Safari?
The time your lodge staff cheerfully wakes you up with a 'habari za asubuhi - good morning' but they also bring you coffee/tea and cookies. Ah, the little things in life.
I usually ask for a 5:00 am wake-up call. The reason is that besides them coming outside your tent and waking you up cheerfully, it is a pleasure to sit outside your tent and enjoy your hot coffee/tea listening to the early morning bird calls. Sometimes you have other animals joining the wake-up call. The hyenas, roaring lion or the wildebeest grunting.
Totally makes getting up early on your holiday worth it!
And then you head out with your guide who should be waiting for you at the lounge area. You will be in an open vehicle or closed depending on where you are on your Safari journey.
As you are bumping along the wilderness in semi-darkness, tada, you see the sun creeping up, about to light up the amazing land. Oh that glorious moment that awakens your senses. You see things clearly. The wildebeests, the hidden elephant, the birds, the flowers, all ready to be captured in your soul. For photographers both professional and amateur, that sun flare.
These are the moments that will become your memory makers. The luxury of experience. And it's just the beginning of your day. You must stop and enjoy more coffee/tea with breakfast in silence and in awe. You are on Safari!
These moments await you.
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