Lake Manyara Serena Lodge
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We're working our way from one of the smallest National Parks in Tanzania, Lake Manyara National Park, progressively upwards in size until we end at one of the most massive, the Serengeti. It just wouldn't work to go the other way -- size matters!
And something is in the air around here. From almost the minute we commence our game drive, …
We meet our awesome guide this morning and have a briefing on the safari ahead. Robert has a Masters in Zoology, and also one in International Law. He is Maasai, a brainiac, and also fun, so it bodes well for the adventure ahead.
We load up two Toyota safari vehicles and hit the road for Lake Manyara, passing through Arusha along the way. …
Stayed the night overlooking the lake after driving through beautiful forest with old trees. Highlight for me was the favorite Baobab trees in great condition. Once we got near the water we good see buffaloes wallowing, yellow billed storks. Flamingo and pelicans. Coming back out of the park we bumped into 2 never seens. Blue monkey and black and white casqued hornbills
... the hippo lake. The hippos were super far away and in the water but one came out so it was cool to see. We drove around for a while looking for elephants but we couldn't seem to find any. Suddenly we saw some ears moving in the distance. We drove off after watching for a while as he was hidden to well and as we left Taylor saw one down this road. We sped down and came across 4 elephants so close we could reach out and touch them if we're were allowed. One was young and another ...
... pay us a visit tonight. Sweet dreams. Zoe: today is the day I have been dreaming about since I was in school when I learned about the Masai Mara and Masai people. 6 weeks in Africa, and we are off on our first game drive in the Masai Mara. It was quite the drive to get there, very bumpy and very dusty and we may have been overly excited and put the tarps up too early so we all ate a fair amount of dust, but it's all part of the experience really. We stopped at a ...