Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp

Lake Eyasi, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania | Campground
 

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The Cater to Serengeti

A travel blog entry by jimhilbert

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... With what seem to be unnecessary delays it takes a good 5 hours and again my brain is rattled in my skull from the state of the roads. On the way our driver stopped for a break with his mates and delays us for hr. Finally into the Serengeti National Park we are off the main road to see a pride of at least 12 lions (in the distance only). We stuff around here on bad roads and Clare is so intent on her photography we are stopping every 2 minutes for her to get ...

Going on Safari!

A travel blog entry by katyflo

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... br> We could have watched them all day but it was time to move on. Along the path we saw impalas and wildebeests until we came across another jeep. The guide in that car tipped us off about a group of cheetah's who had made a kill and were feeding! We drove on and there they were. I could not believe I was seeing these cheetahs and how close they were. Given they are in their natural environment I was so surprised at how they didn't seem disturbed by the ...

The Cradle of Civilization

A travel blog entry by keithandkim

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... only a few treed forests in the crater passing a hyena and funny warthog with a bird on his back. once in the trees we find a huge group of baboons just hanging around the fallen trees. We find more elephants in the trees as well before we make our way back to the plains of the crater.

As we drive into the crater centre we hear a Swahilli message blasted over the CB radio. Godfrey quickly makes his way over to a large group of ...

Into the crater

A travel blog entry by daveanddale

... potato taken straight out of her hands. We were allowed to sit right on the water’s edge if you wished with no guard around to protect from any possible hippo aggression. We saw so many animals again such as jackals, hyenas, many species of birds and witnessed zebras fighting and wildebeests fighting, some huge elephants wandering around alone, a lion lying on the side of the road in the shade resting and two ...

Day 4-at the Ranch

A travel blog entry by rbobski

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... t bring a wildebeest baby but that's ok. Word of the day was big-huge elephants, biggest of them being the matriarch. 3 baby elephants wallowing in the dirt, having the time of their young lives, were the highlight. Known in wildlife circles as dust bathing. We were having a grand time. (See attached video) introduced to impalas, baboons, warthogs and quite a few birds. Our guide is Deo with his trusty assistant Sospeter, just ...

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