The Folo, episode 5: A Tanzania safari in the 'short-rain' season

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Is sighting the Big Five, sleeping in a tented camp and unwinding with a sundowner cocktail on your clients' (eventual) bucket list? Destinations editor Eric Moya talks about an unusual way to go on safari in East Africa: To go during the so-called "short-rain season," i.e. the offseason.

A lion in repose in Tanzania.
A lion in repose in Tanzania. Photo Credit: Eric Moya

In this episode, Moya and host Rebecca Tobin discuss the benefits of traveling during the off-peak period, the types of animals he was hoping to spot on this trip to Tanzania and how a safari might be attractive to families and multigenerational groups once the coronavirus pandemic has ended. 

Related reading:

https://www.travelweekly.com/Middle-East-Africa-Travel/Wet-and-wild-peak-safari-season

https://www.travelweekly.com/Media/A-green-season-safari-in-Tanzania

https://www.travelweekly.com/Blogs/Dispatch/Dispatch-Kenya-Big-Five-Who-s-counting-

https://www.travelweekly.com/Blogs/Dispatch/Dispatch-Kenya-Up-up-and-away

https://www.travelweekly.com/Middle-East-Africa-Travel/Kenya-safari-lodges-from-rustic-refined

About The Folo by Travel Weekly podcast: A folo is a journalism term for an article that "follows" a news report to offer additional facts and context. On The Folo by Travel Weekly podcast, we'll take you behind the scenes as we talk with reporters, editors and contributors to explore ideas and share experiences in the reporting of the biggest travel trends.

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