I should mention here that the reason we saw so many animals and had so many wondeful experiences had to do with the lenght of time we spent in Tanzania and the Crater. Those who go for only 3 to 5 days can't expect to see everything. Also a great deal has to do with the experience, adeptness and resoursefulness of the guide. Simon didn't miss a thing. We took 1000 pictures of which we weeded out 300, plus five hours of video which we still haven't totally edited because we didn't want to lose any.
Tanzania and the Crater- Prologue
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