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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
The Masai who live in the area once were free to graze and move cattle wherever they wanted. But due to overgrazing and hunting, they have been relocated outside the National Parks. They are compensated by a share of the park entry fees. This makes them friendly to visitors. They also make some money selling beaded jewelry and other crafts to …
In the morning we made the Long climb limb out of the Great Rift Valley. OAT only provided one litter of water a day which was not nearly enough in the heat. We stopped at a well supplied Mall in Nairobi and bought wine, water and some snacks. We had a box lunch at curio shop along the highway and finally arrive in Amboseli National Park. We …
... Once he got further from us, his junk went back up in the trunk. It was some impressive junk. We watched the line of elephants walk back to their home in the hills with their four babies tucked among them. Then, just up the road a bit, our guide spotted a lion lying on its side. I don't know how he saw it, because what I saw was flat, beige, sandy dry ground with a line of foot-high green grass starting 50 meters from the road. Alex kept saying "There's a ...
... locked because the monkeys will come into the room and steal belongings. Being in Africa seems almost like a dream. The land is spectacular, the people warm and friendly and quick to laugh. And the animals are extraordinary. We look out the window at a tower of giraffes, or a herd of 50 elephants just casually sauntering across the bush, or a huge male ostrich taking a dust bath at the side of the road. It never ends. This land is full of ...
... and got into it! (don't worry Meggy, even the best of us have the occasional relapse - we are still trying to have an alcohol free night on this trip!) Everybody tried everything so it was a bit of a laugh. Suitably full of meat (and a wee bit of salad) we headed off for the remaining couple of hours drive to the lodge - and our next buffet meal!
On route we stopped for petrol next to a school, so Kate and Pip went ...