Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, Tanzania

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Leopards & cheetah, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Leopards & cheetah

A travel blog entry by eric

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... land and we're just visitors. We drove and drove in search of the wildebeest migration.  No luck.  The Serengeti is incredibly vast.  I found myself getting really tired early that afternoon.  No wonder - I haven't been ...

Wildebeest Migration, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Wildebeest Migration

A travel blog entry by eric

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... closed so I couldn't get capture the depth.  But I just sat there in awe.  The migration moves clockwise through the Serengeti.  One full loop every year.  As we drove on to the front, they were being led by zebra.  ...

further down into the wilderness, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

further down into the wilderness

A travel blog entry by jeroenandlinda

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... half an hour to get to the next landing strip, from where we will continue in another safari vehicle. So we had to say goodbye to our guide here at the Ngorogoro.   More on http://www.travelbysuitcases.com/journey/amazing-safari-tanzania ...

The Stunning Seregeti, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

The Stunning Seregeti

A travel blog entry by keithandkim

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... After a little while driving through the savannah we see a large entry gate and sign marking the start of the wondrous Serengeti national park. The wildlife is abundant as the migration ended a little while ago, and may of the animals are still present ...

Camping along the migration corridor, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Camping along the migration corridor

A travel blog entry by eric

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Hello everybody. Our first night in the Serengeti we pitched camp at Lobo.  It's within sight of the Kenyan border.  It's about 100 yards from the migration corridor.  In the distance we could see herds of African buffalo running ...

Serengeti Scenes & Ngorongoro Crater., Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Serengeti Scenes & Ngorongoro Crater.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... , a little sad that our safari was over but ready for the next adventure of Zanzibar. Footnote: Ngorongoro Conservation Area features in the book Unforgettable Places to See before you die, and with Serengeti National Park are UNESCO World Heritage ...

Another Dream Come True, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Another Dream Come True

A travel blog entry by myjob

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... finally smashed into the ground a 4th and final time. After our final smash, we were dragged nearly 100 + feet across the plains, with Serengeti grass and dirt smashing into our faces. When it was all said and done, I had the Serengeti plains in my mouth, ...

Lake Manyara, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Lake Manyara

A travel blog entry by m-and-c

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... did. Once the sun set the air certainly felt much much cooler. Out came the fleece jacket for sure. Returning back to our room feeling 'stuffed' it was the perfect end to a perfect day. Now what will the Serengeti National Park spoil us with ...

A Childhood dream comes true, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

A Childhood dream comes true

A travel blog entry by myjob

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Throughout my childhood and adult life, I have been fascinated with the Serengeti and its massive migrations. It all began with Lorn Greens New Wilderness on my parents TV and was escalated by our many trips to Bush Gardens. Many years later, I find ...

Serengeti, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Serengeti

A travel blog entry by m-and-c

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... confident we would. After all he had done this many times before. We left Lake Manyara and set off towards the Serengeti National Park. First though we had to drive through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Here there was more park fees to pay and yet ...

Safari!, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Safari!

A travel blog entry by jhinch

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... night. On the way our safari started early when we were surrounded by bicyclists, as apparently it was time for the Tour of Tanzania. Anyway, the campsite at Lake Manyara was rather cushy, what with electricity and a bar with a big screen TV showing the ...

Next stop Ronjo Camp, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Next stop Ronjo Camp

A travel blog entry by jowhiting

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... and at 6 two guys came along and duly filled up the bucket for our shower. So we were able to have a lovely warm shower before the water cooled. We had a nice meal and watched as the sun set over the Serengeti, something I would never get tired of. ...

Safari, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Safari

A travel blog entry by shumphlett

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... and  a Land Cruiser (with pop top) for 5 days.  We went to 3 conservation areas/national parks- Lake Manyara , Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti .  The first and last nights we stayed at the Highview Hotel- seemed like a palace to ...

Day Eight, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Day Eight

A travel blog entry by bschaknowski

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... birds.  It was very peaceful and we enjoyed it immensely.   We landed in a field of sorts in the middle of the Serengeti - that was a little surreal as we had seen a jackal chasing a zebra (who realized he was much bigger and, in turn, started ...

Heart of Africa, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Heart of Africa

A travel blog entry by newguy2120

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... -driving through this picturesque paradise. In the early afternoon, we packed our things and continued west through Tanzania, to the Savannah plains of the Serengeti. We stopped by a Masaai village where I learned some more about the ancient culture. I ...

Sep 14, 2011, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Sep 14, 2011

A travel blog entry by jamesinafrica

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Into The Wild, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Into The Wild

A travel blog entry by tabasamu2010

... scout the depth of the water and ended up having an early morning mud bath. Eventually we made it to the gate of the Serengeti after excessive diesel usage and amusement to the locals.  At first I was impressed with the park as it seemed prettier ...

The Land That Time Forgot, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

The Land That Time Forgot

A travel blog entry by corrilesa

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... south for the Serengeti and Ngorongoro. It was absolutely lashing it down (it rains quite a lot here) when we entered the Serengeti and suddenly the landscape completely changed from the vast and barren Mara to a scene out of Jurrasic Park. All we needed ...

Treasure, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Treasure

A travel blog entry by delsar

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... . What we hadn't realized was that almost all of the driving was either in the Ngorngoro Conservation Area (NCA) or in Serengeti National Park. Leaving Lake Manyara in the rain, we were hopeful that it would be short-lived and that the visibility would ...

Cruising through the Serengeti, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Cruising through the Serengeti

A travel blog entry by cookieluc

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... so up close was just fantastic! And seeing the serengeti and how vast it is was awesome!! On the way back from the serengeti we passed through the ngorogoro crater, a stunning volcano that imploded a long way back and is now just a concentrated area full ...

Day Nine, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Day Nine

A travel blog entry by bschaknowski

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... interesting than those prior as we took a non-park dirt road that wove through many local villages.  This is the real Tanzania, not the tourism-laden forced environments that we had seen to date.  We really saw how people lived, behaved and ...

Camping in Serengeti National Park, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Camping in Serengeti National Park

A travel blog entry by andrewpaterson

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We took a new truck from Nairobi to Arusha, the town that would be our base for the 3 day Serengeti and Ngorongoro crater camping trip.  It would also be my last stop with the African Trails tour, as I was set to stay with Mike, my friend from NZ, ...

No Fence in the Opposite Zoo, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

No Fence in the Opposite Zoo

A travel blog entry by gingerschilling

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June 22 -24, 2008   After leaving the Maasai village, we journeyed on to Serengeti National Park.  Although the mountains remained along perimeter, the savanna flattened as we entered the park. Serengeti is Maasai for endless prairie and in many ...

Start of safari, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Start of safari

A travel blog entry by rikkiturner

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... food off us. The crater was extremely high so it was pretty cold up here, but this would soon change when we entered Serengeti National Park. As we entered the Serengeti, we popped open the roof of the jeep so we could enjoy the sunshine and look ...

Serengeti Sunrise, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Serengeti Sunrise

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak

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... rim looking down into the crater which we were to descend into in the morning. It was cloudy and cold on the rim unlike the Serengeti plains which were hot and clear. We pitched our tents among the zebra poo as there were many many zebras grazing on the ...

OH! What A Day!, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

OH! What A Day!

A travel blog entry by oz2africa

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A full day to explore the Serengeti: one which will be forever etched in my memory!  We're going on a lion hunt, a cheetah hunt, a leopard hunt, a giraffe hunt, a hippo hunt, a crocodile hunt, a wildebeest hunt (not hard to find them!) and a hunt for ...

Day 33 (Serengeti National Park), Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Day 33 (Serengeti National Park)

A travel blog entry by adisyl

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Today we started with a 06:30 game drive, a bit chilly for the first hour, then the magnificent sunrise over the Serengeti plains started to warm things up   The great find of the morning was 2 big herds of elephants, with numerous youngsters, 1 ...

Day 31 (Serengeti National Park), Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Day 31 (Serengeti National Park)

A travel blog entry by adisyl

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...   That's what happens you poacher arseholes, you keep going till there are none left, vast plains of grass but no rhino, STOP POACHING YOU BASTARDS   A few beers (Kilimanjaro and Serengeti), a magnificent supper, a good nights ...

The Silva Safari Continues-Ngorongoro to Serengeti, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

The Silva Safari Continues-Ngorongoro to Serengeti

A travel blog entry by joycesilva

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... , and gorgeous pink flamingos, just to name a few.  Ngorongoro certainly lived up to its hype. From here, we head to Serengeti, another 2 to 3 hours north, stopping first for a picnic lunch next to the $3, 000 a night Crater Lodge.  We settle ...

African Odyssey Part 2: Tanzania, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

African Odyssey Part 2: Tanzania

A travel blog entry by travellingross

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... night. Serengeti 8 am flight took me for two stops before my camps airstrip. Arriving at Lamia airstrip in north western Serengeti National Park I was met by the guide (Elia) and a family from Finland who would be my companions for the shared game ...

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