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TravelPod Member ReviewsSentrim Amboseli Amboseli National Park
Fabulous place top stay...better than any of the lodges we stayed at in the other Kenyan Parks.
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Travel Blogs from Amboseli National Park
... famous for its nice views of Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa. Unfortunately we weren't lucky enough and just got a short glimpse of the peak in the morning but still amazing. One feels so small being close to natures majesty. Uruhu Peak is a snow-capped, currently inactive volcano looming over the plains of the savannah. Absolutely amazing. The biodiversity in Amboseli is only possible to survive due to the water coming from melting snow from the peak ...
... at the beginning of trip. He was also supposed not to be alone but traveling with someone else for who he already paid the entire trip (safari in Kenya and Tanzania, climbing Kilimanjaro, chimpanzee and gorilla trekking in Uganda). Really anything but cheap! I admire him for his coping behavior! He was - despite everything - still enjoying himself and the trip! He said to me: "In the end it's only money." ...
... filled with hot water) and a nice dinner. We witness a beautiful and huge moon rise, the kind only get to see in Africa. The stars fill the sky and we even get to see the Milky Way, truly beautiful!
Next morning we go for a second safari and a walk in the steppe. During our walk we meet two young Maasai girls, walking with their donkeys to get corn. They have been on their way for several days, all by themselves. Momo, our guide, tries to speak Swahili with them but ...
Its hard to believe that I am on break again! Time really does fly when having fun in the DRC!
My first swing back after my trip home was a really good one. I was lucky enough to accompany our COO and Ann on a visit to the Dikulushi orphanage and school. I had with me 20 little knitted jumpers that my mum and her friends had made. When we arrived at the orphanage we were met with a gorgeous welcome song sung by all the kids. So many kids. Even though it was a very sad place to ...
... has arranged for us to visit a Masai Village as we missed out on a visit when e went up in the balloon. Although we are flagging a bit we agree as we want to experience the Masai culture. Issa takes us up to the village around 4pm and tells us that one of the Masai people will walk us back to the lodge. He introduces us to a young warrior who is to be our guide and leaves- mmmm this should be interesting.
We are introduced to the chief of the tribe and told that the ...