Travel Blogs from Amboseli National Park
... effect it can really have on nature, flora and fauna. Other than that there was not too much to see in Nakuru NP. The most exciting part was probably that we got attacked by a buffalo that didn't like us being around and bumped into the back of our car. We left the scene not wanting him to get any madder. So after half a day game drive we were heading back to Nairobi and moving on to Amboseli National Park. We spent ...
... 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 ...
... words for the day. Once the bell rang the kids all came streaming out of their classrooms and were very excitable children again. Singing, dancing, yelling, trying to touch us, lots of photos! It was such a pleasure. I will certainly try to be involved with more visits like this. I really do love getting out into the villages, seeing some of the positive impacts our company has on such remote places.
I was also lucky enough to spend a week in Lubumbashi for some geo ...
... to welcome us. Out they come in all their colour, chanting and moving around us. They share a number of dances with us and end up surrounding us totally. We then face Mt Kilimanjaro and bow and the chief walks round and round chanting various things and we join in the response. It is now time for us to move into the village.
We now meet the medicine man who shows how they light fire with two sticks. He also explains the various benefits of some bush medicine items. We ...
This weekend was very exciting! I went on a safari and I saw Mount Kilimanjaro! Neither of these were things I thought would happen on this trip to Kenya.
It started Saturday morning before the sun had even started to show itself as we had several hours of driving before we would reach the Amboseli National Park where the safari would take place. I went on this weekend getaway with Judy (the wife of the head ...
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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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