Crater Rim View

Karatu, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Karatu

Serengeti and Ngorogoro Crater

A travel blog entry by ambercatherine


Another very early morning (around 3am) and long drive after leaving Dar, we arrived in Arusha. Well, about 15 km's from Arusha, which I was disappointed about as I had been looking forward to visiting and exploring the town. But it wouldn't have been good timing anyway, as I had come down with a cold during the bus trip there. Now, I'm a bit of a …

Cheeta kill

A travel blog entry by rbobski


Yesterday is going to be hard to beat. It's like hitting all the best rides at Disneyland without waiting in line. The morning starts out waking up to roaring lions. Our wake up call includes coffee brought to the tent and placed on the porch. Alan isn't sure he wants coffee this morning- might have to fight a lion for it. But courage prevails. Or caffeine withdrawal. The lions are about 2 miles away but really does sound like they are right outside the tent. Their roar is ...

Lake Manyara National Park

A travel blog entry by amy.beith


... the mans family to pay a dowry, the prevalence of aids and asking a out Canada. He is also very knowledgable about the plants and animals as he has been doing this for 23 years. I saw so many animals - I even saw baboons matching but they were too quick and I didn't get it on video. After a wonderful afternoon at the park we stopped at some local shops on the way to the hotel. I am ...

OK let's go find some cats

A travel blog entry by rbobski


... trying to score a lady. He's trying his best but she's playing hard to get. We watch for some time, again time has no meaning here, and the cheetahs start looking for shade as the sun gets hotter. So they land up next to our LC, with the lady resting her paws on our rear wheel. Alan about jumps into Sally's lap as the cheetahs approach, as we have the large side windows wide open. No automatic windows on this rig, just slam it shut. Deo is unfazed. We watch ...

Day 4-at the Ranch

A travel blog entry by rbobski


So we headed out after breakfast. Didn't really get sleep, brought back memories of intern year. Drove through Arusha -town of almost a million. A few steps up from Kathmandu but still crazy with roadside open markets, motorcycles, dogs, cows and more than a few goats to avoid. Got out of the city and headed to Tarangire National Park. It was an excellent start to wildlife viewing. First sighting was a stork, seemed ...


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