Endoro Lodge

Karatu, Tanzania | Lodge
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North Serengeti Safari

A travel blog entry by trippingallover on Jul 17, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... will have to wait till we get home to see it from Kylie's camera that Sara was using today. Mike said it was like an army coming together from three different directions and joining to go off to war. Hundreds of the ugly animal! We didn't see the take down but got a very graphic picture of a lion with his kill of a ...

Going on Safari!

A travel blog entry by katyflo on May 17, 2014

140 photos

... the lions moved round and used our jeep for shade! If I'd have opened the window (not that we would dare!) we could have touched it, we were that close. Again, I was so surprised how they weren't bothered with the jeeps at all. They just continued with their business as usual. 4 of the lions were looking like they were getting ready to prey on the buffalos and we learnt the females always make the kill and it takes four or more of them to take one buffalo. ...

Ngorongoro crater

A travel blog entry by jbknorris on Mar 19, 2014

10 photos

... re able to see lots of zebra and antelopes all in mass herds and close up. Stopped for a picnic at the edge of a hippo lake watching them playing submarines... Until we realised the kites were around as more food got stolen, 'quick to the cars!' Back to Arusha Snake Part in the evening. Writing this blog many days on I've just been told that they lied to us about where all the snakes ...

Olduvai

A travel blog entry by amy.beith on Feb 24, 2014

1 comment, 64 photos

Today I work up to a heard of zebras running past the door of my tent. After breakfast I went on a three hour walking safari with a local Maasai guide it was very interesting and we saw lots of animals and I learned a lot about the Maasai people. After that I visited the Olduvai museum at ...

Cheetahs strike out

A travel blog entry by rbobski on Feb 24, 2014

5 photos

... saves her calf. Wildabeest 2, cheetah 0. The buffet moves on. We return to camp. The now routine cocktails around the campfire. Dinner is traditional Swahili - roast lamb, coconut chicken, sweet potato (white not orange), beans, white rice, spiced rice pilaf and vegetables. Was excellent. Kudos to the chef! The wildabeest serenade us during dinner. A thunder storm moves in and the camp turns into a river of mud. We skid into our tents for a good ...

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