Endoro Lodge

Karatu, Tanzania | Lodge
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Cheeta kill

A travel blog entry by rbobski


... lost calves will not be adopted by another mother. They cannot eat grass until they are 3 mos old, so sadly the lost calves will die. They cry for their mothers and it's heartbreaking. But it is nature. We move on with mixed emotions. Deo has not seen this crossing for 5 years, so we have witnessed something special. Once again, he got us tickets to the Super Bowl. No blowout game here. We head back to camp for Kilis, showers and dinner. Fall asleep to roaring lions. ...

Day 5-Visit to the boma and on to the Crater

A travel blog entry by rbobski


... hut for protection until it is a couple weeks old. The women do all the work, including hut building, herding cattle, hauling firewood and child care. Jeff and Alan think Masai men might be on to something. Sally and I quash any of those thoughts. The women sell their handicrafts of beadwork and of course we purchase some. The men do the pricing, pull out a cell phone to do a quick calculation (where do they get those?..), ...

Day 4-at the Ranch

A travel blog entry by rbobski


... the hunt. We drive for about an hour - we have absolutely no idea where camp could be as it seems like we have been in circles, but our trusty driver gets us back by 10 for bed. Good thing as all 3 of us nodded of at some point until a pothole woke us up. Sally is glad she is in the middle - it's a good 8 foot fall from grace if you list too far. We head for our tent straightaway, sleep to lions roaring and hope the Masai are ...

Day 8/9 Ngorongoro Crater

A travel blog entry by sarahrees


... and our tents are put up and packed away which is a mega bonus. It was a long drive, arriving at the National Park by lunchtime. After a lunch stop we drove down into the crater. I have to admit that it wasn't my favourite day of animal spotting; I think we were spoiled in the Masai Mara. The views were amazing though, and all the animals we saw had this ...

Serengeti and Ngorongoro area

A travel blog entry by hobartfamily


... very quick ..about 10 seconds max. Definitely no romance. Saw so many vehicles broken down along the way. It is hot and harsh. However the grasslands are green from the short rains and we keep seeing growing masses of zebra, wildebeest and various antelope heading on the migration. For any one who thinks this trip is all fun , let me tell you it is tough. Long hours in the car .. Very little leg room, hot, dusty, bumpy ...

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