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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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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 out of the Great Rift Valley.
Our tour guides 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 arrived in Amboseli …
Our arrival to Kenya was rather . Picked up at the airport no problem and checked into our super swanky ultra high security hotel compound in Nairobi. With fancy hotels come fancy prices and they wanted our first borns to do our nasty Kili laundry, we choose to wash our own in the sink. My God those clothes were nasty! We really should have taken pics of the nasty, nasty water. The next day we went to the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Centre. We got ...
... hilarious ten minutes watching a couple of Dung beetles rolling a very round ball of dung most of the way up a hill before losing control and rolling all the way back down. Simple activities amuse simple minds!
The highlight of the drive into our lodge was the hyena eating its kill with two jackals trying to steal some of it. The jackals eventually did manage to steal a bit before we drove off. What an amazing sight.
Our stay for the next ...
... fingers crossed, so can update the blog.
So, the start of a new section today - Masai Steppe, 1,184km. Would very much like to EFI this section, to add to the EFI of the first section, Pharaohs Delight. Also, would like to be able to add EFI across Tanzania to that of Egypt. So those are my goals for the next 2 weeks.
We have three new members of the team cycling - Tim (AKA as ‘New’ Tim, ...