Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania

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Jan 05, 2015, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Jan 05, 2015

A travel blog entry by jcbeep

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From Kenya to Tanzania, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

From Kenya to Tanzania

A travel blog entry by lindalequesne

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... view over Lake Manyara was amazing, but we were pushed for time so we couldn’t stop to admire it.  We got through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area gate at 5:58 pm – it closes at 6:00!  We then had to drive a further 22 km on a bumpy, ...

Wow...The Safari, The Kid's, The Country, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania, Tanzania travel blog

Wow...The Safari, The Kid's, The Country

A travel blog entry by splunk

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... in the heavy smell of cow and that kicks it up 10-fold.   Early the next morning, it was off to  Ngorongoro Crater to view the animals.  This was special...it was formed by volcanic activity and this huge plateau as far as one ...

Tarangerie National Park/ Ngorongoro Crater Day 13, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangerie National Park/ Ngorongoro Crater Day 13

A travel blog entry by brad1111

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... road, up hill stretch to The Manor, the slopes of our ascent now covered in coffee plantations. Welcome to The Manor near to Ngorongoro Crater. A location where one feels so far from what we expect Africa to be, yet so close to one of the few natural ...

Last supper and heading home, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Last supper and heading home

A travel blog entry by dennisgray

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... nbsp;by the Nakuru Community. We also traveled the central section of the Rift Valley from northern Kenya through to northerth Tanzania to develop our awareness of the culture, communities and challenges. Along the way we collected many bruises, sore ...

Iraqw Cultural Visit, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Iraqw Cultural Visit

A travel blog entry by cytravel

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... was about 3 hours before we got out of there and had lunch. Finally, we were on the road for the highlands of Ngorongoro.  Ngorongoro was a massive volcano that collapsed The rim is over 7,000 feet. It is cool up here. Our camp is the most primitive ...

Safari, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Safari

A travel blog entry by kcckgeo

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From central Serengeti to Ngorongoro Crater ...

Misty morning at the crater, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Misty morning at the crater

A travel blog entry by wwatling

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... the morning in the park searching for leopards with no luck. We return to the hotel for lunch and then leave about 1:30 for Ngorongoro. Our beautiful smooth asphalt road is gone. Instead, we have the same red, rocky, pitted, dirt road that we drove on in ...

The Big 5 (nearly), Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

The Big 5 (nearly)

A travel blog entry by povoandrach

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Ok, so the big 4... lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino (black rhino infact, two of only 13 ...

Safari Day 2 - Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Safari Day 2 - Ngorongoro Conservation Area

A travel blog entry by matty44mtravel

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After waking up and I have to admit felling a little under the weather. It was time to explore the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which us located in the Ngorongoro Crater. The remnants of a large volcano that had exploded and then caved in on it self 2 to ...

Mum and dad!, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Mum and dad!

A travel blog entry by emyjane

A second safari with mum and dad, what an amazing time. We had spectacular views of Lion cubs in ngorongoro! And we went back to Gibbs farm! Stiil a ...

Masai Village Photo, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Masai Village Photo

A travel blog entry by ckjones8

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We stopped at a Masai ...

Ngorongoro Crater, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Ngorongoro Crater

A travel blog entry by carlton

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The Ngorongoro crater is 8,300 square km inside a long extinct volcano.  It is unique because it has it's own population of most of the animals in Tanzania.  Missing are giraffes.  Here are some of our pictures of the animals we saw. ...

Into the Crater, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Into the Crater

A travel blog entry by chalmersfamily

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... a spectacular road, although Michael who gets vertigo was feeling most uncomfortable and tried not to look down! We arrived at the beautiful Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge at about 6 pm. The Masai have only allowed 5 lodges to be built on the crater wall, so ...

"Is this really our room?"

A travel blog entry by suzieandandrew

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... . Spent the rest of the evening in fornt of the open fire, reading and admiring violent thunderstorm, contented. NEXT DAY - Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The crater: 260km2 The sight: breathtaking. We had a long drive up to and then down into the crater ...

Lion, cheetah, hyena, black rhino..., Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Lion, cheetah, hyena, black rhino...

A travel blog entry by glaro

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Ndutu, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Ndutu

A travel blog entry by hemlockecho

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We traveleld south to Ndutu park for some more ...

Animals Galore, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Animals Galore

A travel blog entry by claireandian

... a vast open area (though clearly we did find plenty thanks to knowledgeable guides). That wasn't so much of an issue for the Ngorongoro crater, even looking down from a view point on the rim we could spot some herds of animals and the numbers living in a ...

Crater Game Drive, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Crater Game Drive

A travel blog entry by brettandjulie

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... the rim of the crater then straight down into the base. The crater is amazing.  The Maasai are allowed to live in the Ngorongoro area but not inside the crater although they can bring their cattle inside to drink water. You can fit the entire city of ...

Paradise found!, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Paradise found!

A travel blog entry by denisegerry

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... guide for the safari, to go over the details. We had decided to use 'Karibu Adventure" to take us on safari through Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti.  They were reasonably priced and very accommodating when we asked them to drive us on to Mwansa, ...

Ngorogoro Crater, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Ngorogoro Crater

A travel blog entry by fiseb

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... killed a zebra, and were protecting the food from lots of hungry hyenas and jackals. From there, we checked out a more forested area, where there were elephants and monkeys.   We then visited an area filled with lots of hippos, buffalos, and ...

Safari in Tanzania, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Safari in Tanzania

A travel blog entry by merrygoround

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The safari continues.....in Ngorongoro Crater.....adundant with Wildlife.... Nous en safari manintenant dans la cratere de Ngorongoro....il y a en masse de vie animale ...

this is why everyone should have a gap yahh......, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

this is why everyone should have a gap yahh......

A travel blog entry by lauren_f

... them justice. We spent 4 days at a Wildlife camp in a place called Ndarakwai, which is a reserve on Masaai Lands, doing conservation volunteering. The volunteering was basically digging a hole, but this was all made worthwhile when a herd of Zebra came to ...

Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA), Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA)

A travel blog entry by joeanne40

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The Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) surrounds the Ngorongoro Crater, which we were to visit later in our trip. We had to pass through the Conservation area in order to reach the Serengeti Plains. These, too, were plains--short grass plains. This is ...

Visit to the Crater, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Visit to the Crater

A travel blog entry by karyn512

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... this is a coffee plantation, it sort of makes sense that it would be good. We met up with Sadiq at 7:00 and headed toward the Ngorongoro Crater. It took about a half hour to get to the gates, and then another hour to get up and over the rim. There was a ...

Safari day 2 & day 3, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Safari day 2 & day 3

A travel blog entry by mortneff

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Today it was off to the Ngorongoro conservation area and the Ngorongoro crater. The crater measures 100 sq miles and is home to over 25,000 large animals. New animals we saw today include the Augur buzzard, Thompson Gazelle, Kori Bustard, Grey-crowned ...

Day 34 - Ngorongoro Crater, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Day 34 - Ngorongoro Crater

A travel blog entry by robandlinds

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... Crater for our last day of safari. On the way we saw two hyenas eating a freshly killed wildebeest which was really cool. Ngorongoro was my favorite as far as scenery goes. From the top of the crater you can see the perfectly shaped crater and the steep ...

Ngorongoro Crater, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Ngorongoro Crater

A travel blog entry by choyccs

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... by the British botanist, ???, at quarter past 4 pm, and headed up a narrow and uphill unpaved road to the Ngorongoro Crater. Landscape and vegetation became green again. Beautiful, cool green valleys. The view from our campsite was breathtaking. As with ...

Safari-Ngogongoro Crater & Manyara, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Safari-Ngogongoro Crater & Manyara

A travel blog entry by southernmegs

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I know it's been a little bit since my last update...I've been busy!  This weekend I went on Safari. I visited Ngorongoro Crater & Conservation area and Manyara National Park. I saw 4 out of the Big 5. The only animal I didn't see was lion. I got ...

Back from the bush!, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Back from the bush!

A travel blog entry by shbell

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... for the evening inside, one in the sleeping area and one in the bathroon area. In front of the tent was a seating area with two very comfortable leather director chairs, a small table with a large green plastic bucket of water (for washing out clothes if ...

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