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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 …
... by a Serval Cat which caught a rodent in the long grass only a couple
of metres from our vehicle. This was then followed up by the sighting of a pride of female lions and then finally the Kings of the Jungle, the male 'Simba’s’ ! We were absolutely cooing with ‘wow’, how magical is this – but of course we wanted more and with Kay’s ...
Warm, comfortable. Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge Another safari on the way out of the park. Again we saw lots of animals, buffalo, lions, hippo, zebra, secretary bird, hyena, cheetah, elephants, grants gazelles, tommies gazelles, hartebeest coke, bustard, tawny eagle, more lions with their cubs, and another cheetah. We also stopped at a Masai village. ...
... Asian tectonic plates rub against each other and drift, contributing to the formation of mountains, volcanoes, and earthquakes. These tectonic rumblings bring many middle of the earth minerals and rocks to the surface, shaping the environment. The spreading of the Rift also creates the Great Lakes region of Africa, with many alkaline lakes that cannot support much wildlife beyond special algae and plankton. In the shadow of Kiliminjaro, there are many months a year that ...