The so-called "bush radio", which connects all safari companies, kept our guide Charles always up to date with animal-sightings in our area. In particular we heard about two cheetahs, which were close to our current position. Initially, it was hardly possible to see the two as they were at a great distance laying in the grass. We waited 15-20 minutes and watched the animals with binoculars. And then we got to the point of decision, which we had to do many times during that trip: Wait or continue? Fortunately, we decided in this case to wait a bit longer to see if anything would happen and this time we were rewarded. The two cheetahs had spotted a couple of zebras in the distance. Since our position was exactly between the cheetahs and zebras, we were in the perfect spot to watch the two brothers approaching and getting closer to us. A fantastic sight of these elegant animals. Right next to our car they decided to take a break and rest for about ten minutes in the grass. Then they went on until we lost their sight in the distance. Like this we spent hours and hours in the countryside and two days in the Serengeti just flew by.