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Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park
... cloaks and white painted faces dotted the edges of the road. Large herds of goat and cows were being tended by Masai boys in their coloured red and blue wraps. Women accompanied donkeys (known as Masai Landrovers) carrying large containers for water.
We visited a Masai Village of 120 people, all one family, where we were greeted by a welcome dance: groups of men doing a springing jump, accompanied by a man blowing through a ...
... under a tree and another hunting on the plains. We watched a lion stalk and attack a herd of zebra, however she was not succesfull. Boy do they ever move fast!!!! All over the plain, there are large mounds of dirt, rising several feet tall, which are termite hills. We watched a family of mongoose, enjoying a meal atop one of these mounds! On our drive, we came upon a family of giraffes. The male stood over 18 feet tall!!! They ...
... The only place that I
might have chosen to get lodging rather than camping out was at the
crater of Ngorongoro (because it was a bit chilly) but then I wouldn't
have gotten the chance to see a group of zebras grazing outside my tent.
Crown Eagle Adventure made sure that our experience was great in every
possible way and I would highly recommend them to anyone interested in
seeing all that a Tanzanian safari has to offer.
... landscape! Until you see something like this in person there is no way anyone can image the numbers of animals on the move. There were about 1,000,000 wildebeests alone. Then factor in the incidental travelers like the gazelles, water buffalo, ostriches, zebras and others there were well over 2,000,000 animals moving out on the plains! It was surreal. Absolutely Amazing!
Our second day we saw our first cheetah and her baby. Actually we saw lots ...
... Town. Stone Town is an old small city on the island (the biggest on Zanzibar) and has a couple of old forts and palaces which are now museums. There isn't a whole lot to see there but the city itself which is right on the water and has a lot of small winding alleys that are very easy to get lost in. The city had a lot of good restaurants and sea food. We also took a boat trip out to Prison Island which has a lot of giant tortoises that ...