Tanzania has a history of wildlife protection and around 14 per cent of the country's land mass is given over to national parks and conservation areas. Perhaps best known is the Serengeti region, which embraces, among others, the national park of the same name. Here, the plains abound with millions of herbivores and their natural predators. Truly, a wildlife photographer's Utopia. As with all books in this series, the authors offer travel advice and photographic tips of particular help to the first-time 'safari-tourist'.