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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 …
Smithafrica2013 stayed here on Oct 27, 2013 during their trip titled: Smithafrica2013's Great Adventure.
Smithafrica2013 stayed here on Oct 28, 2013 during their trip titled: Smithafrica2013's Great Adventure.
... which is next to the Ngorongoro Crater and where we'll be staying the next two nights. Hassan came along because he needed to get to town anyway. He's such an interesting guy, we all chatted most of the way back.
It took about an hour to get to town, and we stopped at the ATM for cash (200,000 shillings - about $120. Try doing that math all week long!). We said good-bye to Hassan and exchanged email addresses. We tried to convince him to get ...
... taped on it..there's a parliament conference taking place in Arusha and it looks like they have a day off today!!!! So we drive to the opposite direction and fortunately, if you take away all the group, it's ok, not too many cars!!! We get to see 4 beautiful lions, actually a lion, a lioness and their two sons. They are huge and very close by. They must have eaten not so long ago because their bellies are huge and they don't even move when we approach ...