Muthaiga Black Leopard Safari Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Masai Mara National Reserve
... we went to some hippo pools and saw a ton - pardon the pun - of hippos, along with ducks and one huge crocodile. After that, it was time to have lunch, so we searched for some shade and when we found it, unpacked our hotel lunches, spread out the blanket and had a picnic. From there, we went back to an overlook where we took a group picture to use the bush bathrooms. We think you get the idea, and there was great rejoicing by the men that God created them male.
After our ...
... I was too afraid we will get stranded. So I asked Mike whom by now was asking random people for directions, to take us back to the junction and we will wait to be picked up by the camp drivers. An hour later, a matatu driver who was a friend of one of the Masai working at the camp, came to the junction and picked us up and took us to Talek, where a vehicle was waiting for us.
It was a long day and rather stressful. The only thing I ...
... the camp, we come across a wildebeest that was killed last night and is already largely eaten (by lions), with the few remaining pieces being fought over by over 20 large vultures. As we approach in our vehicle, all of the vultures jump on the carcass and begin hissing and fighting for the remaining choice morsels. Two of them go right for the eyes, and then work on getting more out from within the eye sockets, burrowing deep into the skull ...
... girls, so we worked hard to gradually win him over. Each child has a unique and amazing personality at the feeding centre, it’s difficult not to get attached. Little Joseph is 2 ½ years old but he only looks like 9 months, he’s severely undernourished and his skull has not fully fused together. Everywhere you go, you get a warm response form the community, especially children. Some of us helped to cook chapatis for lunch.
Today some of ...
We arrived at our hotel after a long bus journey, excited about what lay ahead. On the way we saw beautiful rural scenes, children running after our bus, herders and their cattle and sheep-I had much love for Kenya already. We spent our first night relaxing in the hotel bar before the wonderful chaos of the projects ...