Be aware that Tanzania, unlike neighboring Kenya and several other African countries, does not allow off-road driving in its national parks and nature reserves. This means that as a photographer, at times you may not get as close to animals as you would like. For example, if there's a cheetah kill 100 feet from the road, your driver will not drive across the savannah for a closer look. He'd lose his license. Consequently, and all other things being equal, you will typically need a longer lens for shooting in Tanzania than you will in some other countries. Also, the open savannah means that the animals have a much wider range of movement than in some other countries where you can get closer to the animals at times, but your view is obstructed by trees and bushes. This is why we advice a long range Camera and binocular.
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