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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TripAdvisor Reviews AndBeyond Klein'S Camp Serengeti National Park
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... hours on safari then commence the short drive to Lake Eyasi.
Final cat count - 69
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... another swanky hotel for a drink then back to our humble but clean hotel called the Safari Lodge (bonus was it was very near the ferry dock).
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... went out. Mr Toblerone sat by himself.
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... bushes to the left across to the right, the blue colour of its wings for me make it one of the most stunning birds. Another coke stop later (the 3rd of the day) and then into camp after a longish day in the saddle but it really was a great day. So what is it about Tanzania that appeals to me? Ethiopia has far more beauty, Sudan has friendlier people but there is something about this place that I can't explain, I am enjoying my time here so ...