Sayari Camp, Asilia Africa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSayari Camp, Asilia Africa Serengeti National Park
We had been following where the migration was on Herdtracker - an online blog that follows the herd every day - and we saw that the herd would be at the Mara river while we were camping in the Serengeti. We were roughing it and camping in the public camp sites in the park. There are no public camp sites in the north though, and we wanted to fulfil a lifelong dream to see the wildebeest crossing the Mara river. I went on to Asilia Africa and found this camp, which was fortunately available. Well, we arrived to a piece of paradise! The staff were superb, going the extra mile to make sure we saw the crossing. The service was excellent and the food was great. Most importantly, (and most campers will attest to this), they did our laundry for us!! Big smiles all round and 5 stars for this very special camp.
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Well, we got back from our amazing Cape Town to Dar Es Salaam adventure, and 2 weeks later, we were planning to fly back for a quick trip north to see the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti!
I joined an online tracking blog called "herd tracker" which lets you …
... rainbow and a couple of herds of antelope.
Next day it was family day in the Serengeti for us with a special showing of baby leopards following their mom down from a tree and down the road to another tree. They are so cute at this age.
We also went back to where we had seen a pride of lions on the tree branches yesterday but they looked like they had finished off yesterday's kill and were lounging in a large tree. We counted eleven lions in one tree and two ...
... in the morning on the Serengeti. The name "Serengeti" is derived from the Maasai language Maa and means "endless plains".
The wildebeest is also called a gnu and is a member of the antelope family. There is no other antelope like the wildebeest which looks as if assembled from spare parts. The front of the animal looks like an ox, the hindquarters look like antelope, ...
... 8 million years.
We stopped for a short ranger talk and looked at the small museum. The gorge uncovered two million years of history slicing through layers of volcanic deposits. The short stop was well worth the time.
Soon we could see the plains of the Serengeti. The vast savanna stretches out for miles, dotted with a few acacia trees. It is here that one of nature's most spectacular events happens - the Great Migration of ...
... and farther from the crate and I was getting really ticked. But when we finally reached our lodge and walked through some cool gardens to the reception lawn. we were blown away. So Beautiful! We each have an amazing little cottage - I feel like a princess in my hilltop chalet.Each unit is unique with a modern take on traditional plantation style. You must see the photos of Garden Cottage where 4 rooms share a massive 2-storey common ...