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TravelPod Member ReviewsHighview Hotel Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Fantastic Lodge, amazing food and entertainment. Highview is involved with a local orphanage, and helps support the local community through tourism and their donations.
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Up for breakfast around 7:30AM, then grabbed 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 …
... his collection of axes by purchasing one from the tribe. We said our goodbyes to the bushman people and drove down the road to the Datoga people, another ancient tribe in the region.
We witnessed the men engaged in some incredible metal work. Scrap metal, particularly copper, brass and bronze was melted down ...
We saw the whole mating dance for a pair of ostrich. I can honestly say I haven't ever seen anything like that before! Wings flapping, heads bobbing...just quite a display. There was also a big bull elephant that we found toward the end of the day (I'm at the point that it's not a good day without seeing an elephant). He was browsing some trees and we were so close that Roger's big camera couldn't get his whole face. Wow.
Sadiq shared a story about a guide ...
Left hotel at 6am for a game drive in the crater. The crater was formed by a volcano and is now a haven for thousands of animals due to the protection of the natural enclosure. There were animals everywhere and you rarely drove anywhere where you weren't amongst them. It almost felt like a zoo rather than in the wild. We saw wildebeest, zebras, monkeys, ...