Sarova Shaba Game Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Shaba National Reserve
... Superb starling Red billed oxpecker Red billed hornbill Sparrow weaver which has the round nests in the acacia trees Grevy's zebra Common zebra Elephants .... lots! Gazelles Female lion Male cheetah Gerenuks Oryx Camels Velvet monkeys Gerenuk (looks like a long necked small deer) White headed buffalo weaver Namaqua dove Barbet (looks like a woodpecker) Golden breasted starling ...
... but in the background were hyenas trying to figure how they would eat as well. Tension was in the air but the lions held fast. We also saw the lions try to attack a rather large Hippo. We were not sure why they did this given the available food source. We also observed a Servo (sp) cat and a leopard moving through elephants. I will add images ...
... game. The migration is now happening with 2.5 million Wildibeast pushing north. With that many game it presents lots of opportunities for lions and other predatory animals. Just a note that while we are in the Masi we are not on Internet for 5 days. Sorry but we will update ...
... red colored sand and lots of scrub brush. This made spotting animals more challenging and we were thankful for our great guides. We thoroughly enjoyed our two days there and would have liked to stay at least a day longer, especially given how awesome our lodge was. We would definitely recommend the Saruni Lodge to anyone.
We left Samburu for the Masai Mara, our third and final game park.
... turns out. And so we set off from Elephant Bedroom Tented Camp (as I write this a little lizard has popped onto the balcony table to say hello, blue head and red body) at 6.30am into the wilderness of the Samburu. Driving into the early light, the morning sun rose slowly over the surrounding mountains revealing an exceptionally bright, warm and clear day perfect for game spotting. Our first sighting was not of any game though, rather, finally, the peak of Africa's second ...