Nature is Lovely
There was massive traffic at serengeti conservation area in Tanzania after a pride of lion blocked a road inside the park.
Thorough a video captured by a man identified as Buitiengebieden on Twitter, the tourists who had visited the Serengeti were very excited as a good number were seen capturing pictures of the lions in the park.
The lions seemed unbothered by huge number of vehicles in their habitat that some decided to sleep in the middle of the road.
Serengeti national reserve is one of Tanzania's largest tourist earner as compared to other reserves in the country.
Besides lions, the park is a home to several wild species including elephants, cheetahs, rhinos, hyenas, leopards and even dogs.
Several tourists from western countries prefer Serengeti and Maasai Mara in Kenya as some of their preferred tour destinations.
Even though the coronavirus pandemic has affected the tourism industry across the world, several open spaces in the East African region have started receiving international tourists.
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