Game Drive Safari Pictures
Without game drives, game watching safaris would not exist. Game drives play a major role for any African safari and are the highlight of any safari. A typical Tanzania safari trip usually begins early in the morning and lasts a couple of hours to a full day itinerary with a picnic lunch in the bush.
Daytime Game Drives
Most game drive safaris either normally happen very early in the morning or late in the afternoon. The reason to this is because during these times of the day, it is cooler as the sun is not intense so animals in the African wild are always active. You might realise that most if not all of out itineraries begin with an early morning breakfast, you and your safari guide will embark on big 5 wildlife searching mission and later own watch the classic sun set, the sundowner.
Night Game Drives
Unlike day game drives, night game drives and private guided adventures and can only take place in private wildlife reserves and a chosen few parks. These night game drive adventures are tailored to track and view rare nocturnal animals that are mostly active at nighttime like the porcupine and aardvark and cats like leopards, and other big cats of Africa.
Will I See The ‘Big Five’?
Even though there is more to safaris than just the big 5, Ecological Wilderness Adventure guides are knowledgeable and experienced, which means chances are high that you will be able to see most or all of the big 5 animals.
Game Drive Vehicles for safari
Due to Tanzania’s terrain and rough roads, jeeps are usually used to maneuver the wild African tracks. Mostly six seater landcruizers in top condition. The 4×4 wheel drive vehicles are comfortable, custom designed with open roof s and large windows to maximise game viewing and ensure safety in the African wild at the same time. Each safari vehicle comes with a professional safari guide. To learn more about our safari vehicles. Read more