AS Tanzania continue continued to attract global stars as tourism destination with Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho the latest high-profile name to visit the country.
Mamadou Sakho, arrived in Serengreti National Parks through Flightlink Aircharters. Flightlink Air Charters Ltd Managing Director Capt Munawer Dhirani has confirmed.
Sakho, who plays as a centre-back for Premier League club Liverpool, landed in Arusha alongside his family for end of the season holiday.
The French international arrival in Tanzania comes shortly after former England and Manchester United star David Beckham toured the country.
Both players decided to secretly jet into the country with no fuss.
Beckham was joined at the Serengeti National Park by his children Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 14, Cruz, 12 and Harper, 5 for a game drive in the park known for ‘The Greatest Show on Earth’ which is the wildebeest migration.
The Beckhams appeared to be enjoying the holiday of a lifetime in Tanzania as he shared incredible photos from the trip at the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania on Instagram.
The Serengeti National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home to scores of wildlife including lions, leopards, rhinos, buffalo and elephants.
As well as giving fans a glimpse at the breathtaking scenery and sunsets he and his children had been e n j o y - ing on the trip, B e c k - ham also shared a snap of h i m s e l f and daughter Harper sharing a sweet kiss, captioning it simply: “Kiss for Daddy.
” Beckham appeared to have been in awe of the wildlife and scenery he had seen during the safari. He posted a video from the family’s safari jeep that zoomed in to show a lion relaxing in its natural habitat before standing up and walking off as the group passed by.
“WOW… So so beautiful,” he captioned the clip.
The former England footballer again shared a photo of himself sitting on a log while clutching a cold drink.
He was certainly dressed for the occasion, wearing a t-shirt and khaki shorts, with lace up boots and a trilby hat to top off the look. “Mick Dundee was the shout… I thought I looked the part but maybe that’s just me,” Beckham captioned the photo, which was taken by his eldest son Brooklyn.