Masindi Hotel

Address: Masindi, Uganda | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Masindi

        Safari Life

        A travel blog entry by jamie.baum on Jul 14, 2015

        16 photos

        ... part of the safari we started to head back to Mukono but we stopped at the rhino sanctuary. They have 12 rhinos there and we saw 5 of them. There was a mom and her baby and they were all so mellow. They just lumber around eating tons of grass. The cool part was that we were on foot! Trekking through the forest to see a rhino. How cool is that? So that was my day! Just seeing awesome African animals and living it ...

        Going on a Safari...round 2

        A travel blog entry by jamie.baum on Jul 13, 2015

        25 photos

        ... least 6 sitting all together eating the sugar cane. Then we walked through the field to the edge of the forest where we saw some huge male chimps that were just hanging out. We got fairly close to a few of them but they would usually run up the trees. We could tell where an entire family was because we could hear them screaming at each other all through the forest. It is actually a really loud and scary sound so I was glad we weren't too ...


        A travel blog entry by jamie.baum on Jul 12, 2015

        5 photos

        ... to see that the people here feel things so deeply and they are not afraid to express it! One of the men said that we will often look for easy things and miss the deeper meaning. I think that's very true. I'm always looking for an easy way out or a way to get around doing hard things. Everyone does that at some point. But sometimes we are so focused on doing the easiest thing or finding the easiest way ...

        Animals galore

        A travel blog entry by docteach12 on Jun 28, 2014


        ... about 6 inches long. A group of about 100 buffalo ran away when they saw us. However, I think they realized we were uninvited guests in their home and they all suddenly turned to face us lining up like soldiers with the biggest
        ones in front. They seemed to be saying"c'mon, we dare you to come any closer". Needless to say, our driver and the ranger insisted we move on. Needless to say, we all ...

        Holy Shit Part One

        A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jun 08, 2014

        2 comments, 19 photos

        ... to push on to the camp. Driving further north the scenery changed from dense forest to open rolling green plains, dotted with clusters of banda's and tall, dark Ugandans walking along the side of the roads going about their daily business. It's lovely driving through Uganda seeing the diverse scenery and being amongst the locals, aagh, the joys of travelling. We arrived at our camp late afternoon and whilst it was basic it was rather idyllic. Situated between the fence ...