Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKisima Ngeda Tented Camp Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Impeccable service, stunning location, delicious food!
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We slept late and our morning coffee was brought to our tent at 7:00. What a luxury to sit on the front porch with a cup of coffee before really getting ready for the day! When we arrived at the dining area, there was a pot of coffee and one of tea. They remembered that I mentioned I would like coffee first thing, but usually drink tea with …
We got a GREAT night of sleep (finally!) and woke up early thanks to the birds. Susan would love it! After breakfast, we did some quick shopping in the little gift shop and were on the road. Sadiq told us that we would go back into the park for a quick drive to see if we could find the leopard that others had seen the day before. We never did see …
... through Karatu before heading up to Ngorongoro Crater, and could stop for a repair before continuing up to the crater. We arrived at the Ngorongoro Crater gate just before it closed for the evening. We had just enough time to get a quick orientation to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area before heading up to the rim. Ngorongoro Conservation Area is 8300 square kilometers in area, with the crater proper comprising 300 square kilometers. The protected area was created ...
... get some more jewelry. At this rate, the Maasai are sure to be impressed with our jewelry collection the next time we meet up! Some of the guys who had earlier purchased sinja knives from the Maasai had been having trouble getting them in and out of their sheaths, and thought the blacksmiths may be able to touch up their knives to make a better fit. They were unsure about asking the Datoga to work on a Maasai knife, however, as we were ...
... no rain at all, but when it does rain immense plains of nutrient rich grasses grow. It is a perfect spot for animal and human societies that can adapt to migration. We choose to come in the cool (for Africa), dry season, when the animals need to be on the move to search for food and water. For maybe 50,000 years this area was largely unchanged, teeming with large mammals and sparsely populated by humans, but in the last 50 years things have begun to change drastically. ...