Kilimanjaro: Grom & Team Safari in the company of Elephants

Posted by: Casey Grom | September 27, 2012
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Kilimanjaro

Hello everyone.

We just had another wonderful day here in Tanzania!

Today we visited Tarangire National park that is home to more than 6000 elephants. So needless to say we saw plenty, in fact, they were everywhere we looked. We even had one cross the road just a few feet behind our vehicle and saw one about a week old that everyone wanted to bring home. We witnessed the usual suspects of zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, antelope, a few lions and even managed to spot a cheetah enjoying a little shade beneath a tree.

Tomorrow will be our last day here. We’ll make our way back through the park, take a quick shower at the Dik Dik lodge and then head to the airport. I’m sure the whole team is looking forward to getting home and sharing their stories and pictures from this astonishing adventure.

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RMI GUIDE Casey Grom and Team

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Thanks for the great write ups Casey- Sounds like a fantastic trip that will be in our future—

Posted by: Sterling & Sue F. on 9/27/2012 at 6:50 pm

Hiya Team!
I’m so glad you all got to see elephants and so many other cool animals!  Love the pic of baby eli!  Sooooo cute!!!  Enjoy your last day at the awesome Dik dik resort.  Drink a Kili or two for me. ;o) Cheers and safe travels back home!!!

- Cat

Posted by: Cat on 9/27/2012 at 4:50 pm

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