Crater Forest Tented Lodge

Address: on Kirin Coffee Estate, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on on Kirin Coffee Estate, Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
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      Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area

      Watching the All Blacks in Ngorongoro

      A travel blog entry by 9gotoafrica on Oct 04, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... exception of the last 30km. And unlike our guides in Kenya, Livingstone and Mike aren't afraid of the accelerator. Two important questions upon arrival: The warthogs (aka Pip and Kate) - have you got wifi? Dumb and Dumber (aka Adam and Max) - have you got a TV and will we be able to watch the All Blacks? Yes was the answer to both - so I think Grunta and Wayne were equally as happy. So we checked in and headed to the bar for the drink - the bar overlooks the crater so is ...

      Day 34 - Ngorongoro Crater

      A travel blog entry by robandlinds on Feb 13, 2014

      24 photos

      We made our way towards Ngorongoro Crater for our last day of safari. On the way we saw two hyenas eating a freshly killed wildebeest which was really cool.

      Ngorongoro was my favorite as far as scenery goes. From the top of the crater you can see the perfectly shaped crater and the steep walls that create the bowl. On the crater floor you are surrounded by animals: zebra, lions, ...

      Ngorongoro - heaven on earth!!

      A travel blog entry by ashwini_bhat on Jan 02, 2014

      116 photos

      ... worn by men and women are supposed to signify their social status. They practice polygamy and the more cows/sheep a masai man has, the richer he is, and thereby more wives he can keep.. sometimes as many as 7, all living in harmony in their tiny houses in small settlements. Even though the Govt has invested to provide them education and reform them into modern lifestyles they have chosen to stick to their traditional customs and way of life. Some ...

      Tomato Planting!

      A travel blog entry by wanderlust-2013 on Jun 25, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... manure by hand. Yes, I just said that! After we planted, we went to some rows and had to put stakes in beside the plants. The stakes were made from sticks that were cut at an angle at one end, to make it easier to drive into the ground. After the stakes were in the ground, we ties twin around the plants to secure them to the stake. We planted 3 rows.

      After the tomatoes we went and fed Tilapia fish that they had on the grounds. We fed them ground up white corn. Just when ...

      Time and Spice in Zanzibar

      A travel blog entry by eddim on Oct 02, 2012

      3 comments, 18 photos

      ... market area still exists, including the holding areas for the slaves. We did not get a tour but our leader told us about it and I have enough sense about the poor conditions the slaves endured. For sunset we meet at the Africa House Hotel, a posh hotel where they have a rooftop patio to enjoy the sunset and a drink. Afterwards we went to the night market which is much more manageable then the one I experienced in Marrakesh. There was lots ...