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


    A travel blog entry by amyanddave on Jul 01, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... Oddly, just the knowledge that we had these first world post-pubescent pre-med students with at least a week of medical experience in Tanzania available to us for advice if Dave's condition worsened, provided a substantial sense of security (merited or not). Desperate times, mean lowered expectations. Lying on his death bed with a perilous fever, deliriously uttering phrases like, "maybe it's from the lack of chocolate in my diet since we left South Africa," he ...

    Mdonya camp

    A travel blog entry by barbikewley on Jun 02, 2014

    8 comments, 10 photos

    ... as you pay everything by 24 hours and our three nights came to $480 per couple. Very expensive when you are paying in Rands.We were advised to go the Mdonya Old River Camp, but we landed up at the Mdonya Public campsite, however it is really nice and we have taken over the whole site. We have erected our own showers but there is a long drop with two bricks and a hole in the ground. Best of all there ...

    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

    ... Exceptionally shy elephants. They shied away as soon as we were noticed by them. Mostly young elephants. Either that, or just a small type of elephant. At one point we drove past a mother and baby – she got so spooked that she trumpeted loudly twice and made sure that we knew we were in her space. The so called “guide” nearly shat in his pants.

    The Baobab’s are mostly in flower. A wonderful picture in ...