It’s one of the natural world’s great travel experiences: seeing tens of thousands of extraordinary animals on the plains of the Serengeti. And Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield says it can be more than a once-in-a-lifetime trip.
DisclaimerStephen Scourfield travelled courtesy of Abercrombie & Kent.
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