Travel Blogs from Amboseli National Park
So, I thought that being at the park for only one day would just require one blog...but, turns out there was so much to see/do/share that it's going to be at least two blogs (probably three) to show it all!
Amboseli Park is on the Kenya-Tanzania border and sits at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro, making it easily the most picturesque national …
... parks). Altogether, it was a very small inconvenience. Interestingly enough, we were told not to take any photos at the border – security you know. I am not sure what they were trying to keep secure.
We headed for our hotel, another Serena property, the Amboseli Serena Lodge, again a themed lodge. From their website: "At the centre of 'Maasailand', the lodge's décor reflects the brilliant primary colours and iconic ...
... He recommends that the patient burns some kind of special bark, and breathes in the smoke, face down with a towel over their head. I'll stick to contact lenses I reckon. He also uses aloe vera for everything. The tribe then show us how they start a fire using two sticks and some elephant dung. Very impressive. We are invited into our guide's home. It is the size of our bathroom, and contains two beds and a ...
Amboseli national park is all about the elephants. The park has abundance of elephants who spend their days walking slowly to the swamps to eat, drink and stay cool all day before retreating in the early evening back to their resting place. We saw so many elephants here it was amazing. We saw them walking, eating, relaxing, play fighting, bathing and pooing...it was fantastic!!! I could ...
... The view from up the top was great, we could see the extent of the marshlands and also the water that was in them. There were animals dotted all along. There are lots of Willie Willies as it is getting quite windy and dusty. There are some really pretty birds in the bushes and also some different species of butterfly.
Back to the lodge now for lunch. The roads are very corrogated so another bumpy trip- nothing like a good daily African ...
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Fabulous place top stay...better than any of the lodges we stayed at in the other Kenyan Parks.
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