AndBeyond Klein'S Camp
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAndBeyond Klein'S Camp Serengeti National Park
The service was amazing and the safari drives in the private concession worth every penny. The views from our room were priceless
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... might not see one and we missed it by such a short time. Oh, did I mention that there was a crocodile kill at this one? There was. Everyone was talking about it. Chase and Steve are in Tent #1 so they were there for the crossing. They promised to run down and get us (or yell really loud) if there is another one.
Lunch was excellent. It's amazing what they can produce out of a tent! The camp is full so there were 18 people at the table. We met a few but it's a ...
... rocks, where the local women have built seaweed farms, and children catch small fish in rock pools.
This morning we walked along the sand flats to the local village, where they dry the seaweed on racks. ( we are not sure what they use it for) We watched a domestic duck chase and catch small crabs on the beach, very funny, the resident cat here also chases crabs on the beach.
In the village the children all call out ...
... with Ali-G sayings It was quite comically at times. We also were able to drink various teas, my favourite being the lemongrass with a dash of vanilla and had the freshest citrus fruit I think ever. I also got to taste jackfruit; it’s an acquired taste for me I think. After the tour we head further north on the lsland, were we had 2 nights at Sunset Bunglows, which was a really nice beach front resort. For the first afternoon I just swam in ...
... drive to Panarama Campsite, we took (cold) showers and settled down to dinner whilst being entertained by a musical/acrobat performance group, the name of whom escapes me. The site lived up to its name being situated up high overlooking Lake Manyara and a lush savannah, with the village of Mto Wa Mbu smoking away. It was beautiful.
Our break in Zanzibar could not have been more perfectly timed! It was just before the half way point of our overlanding adventure, so after about four weeks of camping we were happy to swap our tents for hotel rooms and our time on the truck for time on the beach. And what a beautiful beach it was! Clean, white, uncrowded (apparently we were there in low season) sandy beaches and blue water so clear you could see the bottom when you were in up to your shoulders. We ...