Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Smithafrica2013 stayed here on Oct 27, 2013 during their trip titled: Smithafrica2013's Great Adventure.
Up for breakfast around 7:30AM, then to grab our nice fresh clean laundry before we set off on the safari. When we received our bill, I was shocked to learn it was $70! They were charging $2/socks and underwear, and after a week on the mountain, you can see why our bill amounted to so much without considering our clothes as well! Dane later told …
The Ngorongoro Crater is located within the National Park and is 20km's wide, making it one of the worlds largest craters. The Crater provides a permanent water source and grass lands, hence the abundance of herds.
Ngorongoro is shared between the Local Massi and the herds. It is not uncommon to see local boys herding their cows through …
Tarangire National Park is SE of Lake Manyara and wraps around the Tarangire River. Due to the river, Tarangire has a very large population of animals during the dry season. This makes it nice, as you do not have to follow the herds. We spotted Zebra's ( many pregnant), Wildebeests, Hartebeests, Elephants (with babies), Giraffes, Waterbuck, Impala' …
Just sitting back in the Springlands hotel in Moshi, Tanzania after an awesome 5-day safari. We both highly recommend that you add a safari to your respective bucket lists as words can't describe how amazing it is to see these animals you have seen in a zoo in their natural environment but here it goes...
Our group …
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