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TripAdvisor Reviews Bilila Lodge Serengeti National Park
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... is were the first humanoid existed, no longer walking on four legs, but standing upright for the first time!!!!! We spent over an hour there, viewing the site, reviewing the information in the museum and listening to a lecture. Very interesting!!
We then proceeded on our journey into the Serengetti. We all remarked that it felt like we were in a National Geographics film!!! Several times we stopped to offer assistance to broken ...
... wasn’t getting anywhere fast. Although he was quite attached to one of the females. Anytime she would so much as twitch he was up and hobbling closer to her.
There was another male napping with two females by a pond and trees. They looked pretty comfy all sprawled against the trees. The third male was also a little bit away from the others with his two females, but they were just laying ...
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... very friendly and always have a smile for you.
This resort is run by a South African couple, who go out of their way to make sure you are comfortable. The customer service by all staff here, and everywhere we have been in Tanzania, is outstanding. We could learn a thing or two from these people.
Everyone is really friendly, and helpful, from the house keeping maids to the wait staff and security guards.
Our second day on the truck was also our first experience of a border crossing in Africa as we were entering Tanzania from Rwanda. It was a relatively smooth process where we jumped off the truck at the Rwandan border and got our passports stamped with the exit stamps and then walked to the Tanzanian border (up a small hill) and got our entry stamps. Visas for Tanzania cost us $50 each. We also experienced our first "money exchange" where a whole bunch of local ...