Crater Rim View

Karatu, Tanzania | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Karatu

    Lake Eyasi

    A travel blog entry by schellenberg on Jul 20, 2014

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... we stop, and they start making a fire with two wooden sticks, just like we learn st the scouts!!! That part is ok..but once they take the cat we are starting to worry...they ask around for a good knife to make things easier...and who offers his Swiss Army Knife???? And then they start...first cutting of the cat's tail...and making a Davey Crockett hat of it... Michael is almost fainting...luckily he doesn't know what is following..they throw the whole cat ...

    Serengeti Safari

    A travel blog entry by blakes on Jul 10, 2014

    12 photos

    ... and slid into the water leaving baby on the bank above. He paced back and forth for a while before finally sliding down the hill after mom. Hippos sleep in the water during the day and graze during the night. DAY 3: Today was much the same as yesterday with game drives and more animal sightings. The four people that weren't with us in Kenya have not yet seen a rhino so we are always on the lookout. We visited the Ngorongoro Crater. This mountain, before it erupted, ...

    Day 6-9: Serengeti NP

    A travel blog entry by nathanasi on Jun 20, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... Halisi Camp and enjoyed our second camp night under the stars. This camp has no boundary protection and animals regularly pass through the camp, we were advised to stay within the tent irrespective of the activity outside. At night we heard Hyena announcing their dinner, the leftovers eaten by vultures the following morning. On day seven you really had to pinch yourself as we saw tens of thousands of wildebeest ...


    A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Apr 10, 2014

    3 photos

    ... tiny huts dot the landscape and the odd Maasai drives cattle with a stick. The Maasai are a polygamous tribe, with the average price per wife apparently being 20 cows. Looking down at the people in the huge unoccupied space, it occurs to me that I'm probably as far away from home as I'm ever likely to be. Me being me, I think that I should plan a trip to Mongolia. By the side of the road, we spot a small group of zebras and everyone immediately goes crazy with excitement. What ...

    Day 6-One large zoo

    A travel blog entry by rbobski on Feb 21, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    We wake up at 5am to get a shower, which is available from 0500-0800. Oops, they forgot to flip the switch. We take so much for granted at home. No worries, we are able to get coffee and head down into the crater. It is one big, free range teeming with animals. First sighting is a herd of Cape Buffalo. We motor down further into the crater with very low lying clouds. There are animals everywhere ...