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TripAdvisor Reviews Bilila Lodge Serengeti National Park
Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park
... leopard was spell binding and we left reluctantly. It was a couple more hours until we reached the lodge. What a pleasant way to end the day. The hillside lodge is beautiful. We are in tents, but they are mostly concrete with canvas sides and a great view of the savanna from every window including bathroom. Below us we can see a herd of zebra and dozens of baboons.
I love it here and can't want to see what tomorrow brings.
... two elephant encounters.A big herd were enjoying a mud pool, rolling, splashing & playing in the wet mud. The bigger elephants left & the younger kept playing untiL the baby realised mum had gone & quickly ran out making a little roar & ran to the herd. We also saw a newly born elephant, the herd was crossing in front of our vehicle & the baby was walking for the first time, it stumbled & had trouble finding its ...
... of right before I was due to start my safari! But I am so glad I had the opportunity to meet such a wonderful lady before her part of the overland tour ended in Zanzibar.
We arrived at Sunset Beach Resort and I shared a triple room with 2 other girls, NJ currently living in Mozambique but originally from New Zealand and Neha currently living in Amsterdam but originally from England. Our room was gorgeous.
For our ...
... because inyeto means ******.
They tell us that Art In Tanzania (the project they work for and the one we're volunteering on) built the shelter we're in out of banana tree branches this year. It serves as a kitchen for the school that Dzinyeto set up so his kids would receive some sort of education, which is opposite, and which is really a couple of walls, some sheets and some paint. But way more than they had before. The view of the fishing boats ...
... to do. By morning as truck drivers slowly woke up we started to move and we were finally back on track at around 9.30am – we had just spent 19 hours in a traffic jam and 39 hours on the truck – we were not happy campers! We stopped at the transit camp we were supposed to stay at the night before to use their facilities, get some food and freshen up but it was straight back on the truck to drive towards the Malawi border before it shut at 6pm. It was ...