Tantalizing Tanzania

Tantalizing Tanzania

The Northern Serengeti is dominated by woodland, and during the heaving rains it seems virtually empty. Rain is heavy and you can hear and feel the storm clouds overhead stimulating the migration to the North. The landscape is a lush green and animals appear, disappear, and reappear within a moments notice. In an instant a leopard jumps onto a low tree branch and settles. Staring into the thicket below watching intently as her mate approaches.

maraboustork Tantalizing Tanzania

The long rains create dramatic landscapes. Even a less photogenic Marabou stork can look graceful against the intense East African sky.

maraboustork2 Tantalizing Tanzania

Mount Kilimanjaro

The crown jewel of Tanzania… Mount Kilimanjaro. Set high in cloud cover she shows herself only briefly, still covered in snow.

Kilimanjaro Tantalizing Tanzania


The magic of Tanzania is safari. Breathtaking landscapes cover the country. Here is a special sundowner, at Klein’s Camp, Serengeti.

Sundowners Tantalizing Tanzania

As darkness falls, Tanzania comes alive once again!

Leopard2 Tantalizing Tanzania

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About Robyn Gianni

Photographer. Journalist. Conservationist. Traveler. Robyn, a gifted documentarian is best known for her work in Africa photographing elephants. She is a media partner for the African Wildlife Foundation and a member of the Baobab Society. Her work can also be found at National Geographic. She lives in Manchester, Vermont.


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5 Responses to "Tantalizing Tanzania"

  1. Jaryd - Aus Globetrotter  March 30, 2014 at 02:57

    Amazing shots, really well done – can’t wait to get here

  2. Charli l Wanderlusters  June 2, 2013 at 01:19

    What an incredible place, superb photographs. I’m looking forward to exploring that fascinating continent!

  3. Solomon  May 31, 2013 at 09:11

    Robyn, just awesome pics! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Lori  April 21, 2013 at 19:53

    Tanzania is a place that many people – not only travelers, want to discover. Because of my knee problem, I know I’ll never be able to climb Kilimanjaro, not even a little. But I do hope I’ll see it, even from the base, and maybe even enjoy a safari in Tanzania one day. Beautiful photos too!

  5. Carly  April 17, 2013 at 17:00

    Great Pics Paul, I’m just finishing up my day to day account of Tanzania / Kilimanjaro, just the safari / Masai mara day to go. So want to go back!


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