Ngulia Safari Camp

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

    My heart has been stolen by the Kenyan children

    A travel blog entry by lisamae on Jul 26, 2014

    ... saw antelopes, warthogs, giraffes, buffalo and a monkeys. We walked through the gorge where Mufassa died on the movie and also climbed pride rock. Whilst at the top of the rock a buffalo ran from the bushes where we had just been. As it was the 'three girls' at the top of the rock we brainstormed what to do if we encountered the buffalo on our way down. My answer was to stand still and pretend to be a tree. Clearly I have not watched ...

    Karibu... in a rainy day..

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

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    ... to the. One of those was staring at our car continuously, perhaps it was ruminating. But for all the time we were standing there, I got a clear view of many giraffe.


    I pulled half of me out of the rooftop to experience few drops of rain, the cool breeze, the chirping sound in the background and the wild beauty. We stood there for a long time, after I was all fulfilled with the experience we decided to move ahead. many gazelles and ...

    Hope found in handbags

    A travel blog entry by emily-kop on Aug 14, 2013

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    ... to write creatively about growing up. My group of students wrote poems about sexual expression, which was an interesting to read. One of them simply wrote 'AIDS killed my Mum and Dad, AIDS kills every day.’ This cut me right to the core, nothing more needs to be said. They then performed them in front of the class, including a feminist group who believed that ‘anything men could do, women could ...

    African queen part 3

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

    ... memoirs from yesterday and the other one sleeps. After the relax we complete the three "S"s. two of my "S"s are fast. I do a neck shave and the other "S" is immodiummed to the hilt so there is no shifting of the trouble maker.

    We have dinner and head to the bar. The entertainment team - I use entertainment in the broadest sense of the word - are putting on a show. Mark asks if I want to watch.

    Sometimes I wonder if he has met me. It a no and it's because if ...

    African queen part 1

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

    ... Wilfred beeps and seriously that elephant jumped. It reminded me of when I beep at people who take too long walking across a zebra crossing... Generally the old. However it was amazing to see such incredible creatures so close and so many of them. We were stood up looking out the roof and one of them came right up close. You could smell him. It was truly one of the most amazing things I have ever been privileged to see.

    Wilfred was telling us about 30 elephants are killed by ...