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    Default Serengeti Live lockdown game drive videos.

    For those as bored as I am during lockdown, here are some game drive videos filmed in a completely empty Serengeti and Ngorongoro during the last couple of months.

    Will also be a nice introduction for any members planning to self-drive up to Tanzania and Serengeti. Thirty videos in all.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adIY...o_M2g&index=30
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    Default Re: Serengeti Live lockdown game drive videos.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stan Weakley View Post
    For those as bored as I am during lockdown, here are some game drive videos filmed in a completely empty Serengeti and Ngorongoro during the last couple of months.

    Will also be a nice introduction for any members planning to self-drive up to Tanzania and Serengeti. Thirty videos in all.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adIY...o_M2g&index=30
    Hi Stan

    It's been a treat from a selfish perspective up here. All the parks are empty and the game calm. I've been in the Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Manyara, Tarangire, Selous and of course Ruaha and only seen a handful of people.
    As soon as you can travel you should get up here, it will be months before tourist numbers start to pickup and that will be a slow process so still time to enjoy.
    The other bonus if you're a lodge type person is there are loads of cheap deals on places to stay, we've never had a lockdown so those who are open are just desperate for turnover not even profit. Most lodges are closed as there is almost zero tourism.
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