Lake Naivasha Villas

Address: 15 Naivasha, Naivasha, Kenya | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Naivasha

UEA Part 4 - Flamingone

A travel blog entry by peteandal on Jan 20, 2015

9 photos

... drives!) as they are very shy animals compared to the White. Black Rhino's are smaller with a narrow mouth and a smaller head that sits higher on it's body than the White. White rhinos are the second largest land mammals (second to elephants). The "White" part of the name has nothing to do with the colour but it is in fact a corruption of the Afrikaans word "Weit" meaning wide which refers to the shape of it's mouth.

Right at the end of our game drive, ...

Drama, trucking and Naivasha

A travel blog entry by victoriacronk on Sep 25, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... delayed our departure, but we eventually left the crazy mara and headed to Naivasha, with a bit of a low mood in the truck.
A few hours trucking and we arrived at the beautiful lake Naivasha, with another cracking campsite right on the lake.
We put our tents as close as we could to the fence of the river as we could see hippo ears and we wanted to be close to the action.
We all decided to have a chill evening and pass on the optional extras and ...

Cycling Hells Gate

A travel blog entry by amakela on Aug 28, 2014

5 photos

... then any other animal in Africa? Well they are. Apparently it's only the ones that are by themselves that are a threat however. The ones in packs are usually more scared then you. But this heard was on both sides of the road and we didn't want one side to get spooked by us and start running and then the other side would run with them and trample us. So we waited, and waited - tried to make some noise. Finally they started moving but made sure we knew it was on their own accord. ...

Lake Nakuru

A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Jun 18, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... Charles) tries to make up time but progress is slow as we encounter 50 Tonne mining trucks on low loaders slowing the traffic down. Charles knows a short cut. Back onto the ******* roads from hell. Jim groans at his luck but hey we are moving.

We get to the Masai Mara (Sopa Lodge again) after about 6.5 hours of hard driving on the worst roads we have encountered so far. Jim is beside himself and even Clare is showing some wear and tear at this. I will elaborate in next blog.

Lake Nakuru to Lake Naivasha to Amboseli

A travel blog entry by annettep on Jun 13, 2014

2 photos

... face. He said 'the killing, what are you going to kill'. Thinking of course human sacrifice. She started laughing and said 'no killing, I am talking about the mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro' It was very funny at the time, later in the trip a couple of us thought if the killing was true we all would sacrifice on tourist in our group (no need to mention name)...... Settling into my room, I thought I was on the set of the Flintstones. Very cute and rustic, cartoon like ...

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