I'd like to highlight 3 moments
1. What animals I've seen:
At Tarangire, we were lucky to see cheetah chasing after gazelle. Good shots. We watched lions too, but they were sleeping and chilling after meal. We also saw all common animals like giraffes, buffalo's etc.
At Ngorongoro we saw almostly the same common animals, but also a bit hippopotamus from the water, flamingos, bigger band of buffalos
and the landscapes was more magnificent.
2. About my guide Immanuel:
I liked scientific facts and magiс stories about animals and plants that Immanuel told us. I guess plenty of them I wouldn't ever get to know without him. Also, he was patient when we translated his speech for non-English speaker. He is responsible: was punctual and drove professionaly; easygoing, such good vibes.
3. About massai and monkeys.
I must warn you that Massai ask a lot of money for their souvenirs. As the guests we had a moral obligation to pay for it. So if you don't want to splash out, don't be afraid of negotiating or even refusing, because they are peaceful, nice people and shouldn't bother.
While having a lunch we faced cute monkeys. They wanted to steal all of our bananas, but our guide protected our loved bananas from them. He knows the "monkey-body language" which I find the funniest thing to watch and I have a good memories about it.
This journey definitely inspired me to learn more about Tanzania and Africa.