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Mark Nolting Sending a Snapshot from East Africa - December

- Friday, December 19, 2014

Tanzania Guide of the Year

Dec 01 - Mark Nolting was on hand in Arusha yesterday to announce George Mollel (far right) as the 2014 Tanzania Guide of the Year! Past winners Mkenda and Hillary were there to congratulate him. Recent clients who havepraised his skills include the Roeslers, Hermans, the Eig family group, the Vegas and the Skinners. Well done George on the continuing tradition of excelling at the highest level as a wildlife naturalist guide.

 

                                  


More East Africa Snapshots from Mark

Nov 28 - Mark is still in the Serengeti. Today they drove from Four Seasons, leaving behind the elephants at the waterhole, and took a driving exploration to Lobo and Bologonja to northern Serengeti along the Mara River. Saw a huge male lion, a cheetah killing a young gazelle and pride of 12 lions, and big pods of hippo in the river. They finished up at Sayari with a fine dessert at dinner!


                   


                 

 

Mark Nolting's East Africa Snapshots…continued

Nov 26 - Mark is sending us more snapshots from the Serengeti with warm wishes for a happy Thanksgiving holiday! The photos tell the story of his explorations as he travels throughout the Serengeti, enjoying many wonderful lodges and the company of top guides along the way.

            

                 

      

                 


                                              


Mark Nolting Sending a Snapshot from East Africa - November

Nov 24 – Mark has reported in from both the luxurious Ngorongoro Crater Lodge and sophisticated Mwiba Serengeti Lodge. He's being guided by Emmanuel Mkenda, a top specialist guide and past winner of the Guide of the Year. During this week he will be visiting more luxury camps and lodges including Pioneer, Kusini, Dunia, Four Seasons, and ending at the stunning Namiri Plains.


                                 

                            

  






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