Crater Rim View

Address: Karatu, Tanzania | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Karatu

    Hippobird Day to Rod & a cultural feast

    A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 27, 2014

    3 comments, 65 photos

    ... cultural experience with some ancient tribes in the hills beyond Kuku Lodge.

    We commenced on a sealed surface, but this soon deteriorated into a corrugated track, well pot-holed with many dry river crossings. We collected David our guide along the way to the tribal communities. David, a teacher now, was born ...

    What do you do if an elephant comes after you?

    A travel blog entry by amakela on Aug 31, 2014

    8 photos

    Early morning game drive while Ash and Shauna go for their hot air balloon ride followed by an afternoon game drive. We spotted a leopard which was a little far away but could still see it okay. They're super cool creatures - and we were lucky enough to see a kill! It went after a young, injured antelope. We just saw the leopards tail above the grass and then the antelope was taken down and there were some noises and then that ...

    Ngorongoro Crater

    A travel blog entry by angelakent on Aug 01, 2014

    15 photos

    ... in camp. Since it was too cold to stay by the campfire, the students all gathered in one tent to socialize and keep warm until they went off to bed. With all the laughing and commotion coming from that one tent, we didn't have to worry about wildlife visiting our campsite. We were up before dawn again (which will be our usual schedule for the rest of the safari, since wildlife is active at dawn). Breakfast at 5:30AM, aiming for a 6AM departure as the road ...

    Hunting with the Hadza

    A travel blog entry by angelakent on Jul 31, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... s pre-departure course. Clint offered to teach it! The Hadza are a nomadic tribe, moving around to find available game and other resources. Because of this, the Hadza children do not typically go to school, which probably contributes to their ability to maintain their culture over such a long period of time. We wrestled with the morality of cultural tourism: while we are genuinely interested in learning more about the Hadza people in the context of wildlife management ...

    In the Shadow of Kiliminjaro

    A travel blog entry by alleifer on Jul 29, 2014

    4 comments, 62 photos

    ... with cell phones, with more permanent homes, and girls getting educated. Masai are now empowered to take the decisions that will reform their culture. Lake Manyara is a large, still existing alkaline lake that attracts a profusion of game, waterfowl, and most impressively, pink flamingos. The flamingos are the only birds that can feed on the plankton in the lake and it makes them turn pink (they are born white). When we get to the hippo viewing platform, I am overwhelmed ...