Ngulia Safari Camp

Address: Tsavo National Park West, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Tsavo National Park West, is near Lewa Wildlife Conservation.
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      Travel Blogs from Tsavo National Park West

      Two days around Naivvasha Lake

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 17, 2014

      29 photos

      ... There are plenty of flamingos and pelicans which we saw but not in the previous numbers before the water rise.

      We were immediately excited when we saw a leopard cross the road and scamper up a tree. We had already seen the “Big Five” game animals! (lions, elephants, rhinoceros, leopards and water buffalos)

      We also saw Giraffe, Buffalo, Marabou Stork eating a killed buffalo, a Tawny Eagle at same the kill, Gray crowned cranes, Southern ...

      Karibu... in a rainy day..

      A travel blog entry by ru2.patil on Mar 15, 2014

      38 photos

      ... and many other kinds followed by crown cranes and vultures and Ostrich as the largest of them. Ostriches are nearly my height when they stand tall with their stretched necks. And their necks moves like a classical dance just the neck. It seems as if a hand is plucking something from the shrubs.

      Just ahead comes the zebra. Blend of black and white and yet amazing.With all those stripes if many zebras stand together, you just ...

      Feeding of the 150ish!

      A travel blog entry by emily-kop on Aug 06, 2013

      7 photos

      Today we made the commute to the feeding centre. The road was pretty dusty and bumpy, which meant that sometimes our matatu would tilt at a 45oc angle-it was not easy to sneak a nap when you repeatedly hit your head! Our driver took us in his little matatu, which he nicknamed 'trippin', a rather overly ghetto name for such a vehicle.

      The manager of the centre proudly showed us around his resource room, which consisted of a room with a table with a few books on ...

      African queen part 3

      A travel blog entry by andrew.lukaris on Jan 08, 2013

      ... and so on.

      My ear is playing up after the dive and we are bushed by 11 and we bid our farewells and make our way back. On route we see one of those awful centipede things that are shiny and brown with red legs and are massive. Vile. I keep walking and stand on something that cracks like a nut under my foot. I take a look and there is another of these many legged monsters half dead and stuck to my shoe. It's not nice. I think I may have to burn my shoes.

      I balcony ...

      African queen part 1

      A travel blog entry by andrew.lukaris on Jan 08, 2013

      ... are. Spectacular and their skin is the most incredible thing.

      So off we go still on the drive to the lodge.

      Eventually we arrive and are greeted by the most amazing campsite ever. The camp is set in a river..... Watch out for crocs. Not the shoes but the beasties. Although watch out for the shoes too. The communal area is like the tribal council area in Survivor USA. Beautiful.

      We are led to our tent... The tent is raised off the ground to keep it safe it's got ...