Ruaha Hilltop Lodge

Address: 5km from Tungamalenga Village, Ruaha National Park, Tanzania | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 5km from Tungamalenga Village, Ruaha National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Ruaha National Park

    Mdonya camp

    A travel blog entry by barbikewley on Jun 02, 2014

    8 comments, 10 photos

    ... through the customs and catch a bus. A trip of about 1100 one way.In Iringa we drew money from our credit cards, R1 = 155 shillings, put in diesel which is much the same price as SA - just over R14 to the litre. I also went to the market to buy fruit - got naartjies, avos, mangoes, bananas.The drive to Ruaha was very interesting, only about 150km but took us about three hours. The Tanznian parks are ...

    A Traumatic Poem

    A travel blog entry by onegirlbigworld on Mar 18, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... spindly, each long as a pencil potruded from its sides, nasty and awful. "What is it?" I cried, nude as a baby I grabbed for my towel, "Someone, please save me!" My roommate was absent, and with no hope to come I called to my neighbors - for moral backup "Squish it!" They told me, yet hard as I tried My efforts proved fruitless, and I nearly cried Then in walked my roommate! Seemingly brave... But faced with the THING, her moral soon ...

    Zebra Down on the Mwagusi

    A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Oct 24, 2012

    1 comment, 37 photos

    Wednesday (10/24/12) - We are up at 5:45 AM. Tea is brought to our tent at 6. Our escort takes us to the main camp and we are in the Land Rover by 6:30. There are six of us with Marc and Johannes. We drive back to the Mwagusi River where we saw Grumpy's pride planning the buffalo ambush last evening.

    The large herd of Cape buffalo never came to drink last night. Instead, they moved deeper into the heavy brush. Instead, this morning we see a different and smaller ...

    Finding Water on the Great Ruaha

    A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Oct 23, 2012

    28 photos

    ... for a moment and I can see the water is actually flowing against our vehicle tires. This observation is important in light of the crushing effects of the dry season. Marc is right…there is still subterranean water in the Mwagusi River and it is close enough to the surface to save the animals, especially with the elephants’ help.

    There, on the bank, is a miracle. The Egyptian geese parents attacked by the jackal several days ago have survived and ...

    Ruaha National Park (2nd largest park in Africa)

    A travel blog entry by carlos.quijano on Oct 22, 2012

    67 photos

    ... go if we were to see the buck we wanted to see.

    Another ranger from a camp further away (he is originally from the Hoedspruit area) told us that in all the years he has been here, he had never seen Roan Antelope. We kept the faith and continued looking for it anyway.

    Much later we gave up the search.

    Back at the bridge, some of the hippos were now out of the water. We spent a while there before leaving the famous ...