Kensington Endoro

Address: Ngorongoro Crater Road, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Ngorongoro Crater Road, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, is near Serengeti Hippo Pool, Naabi Hill, and Grumeti River.
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Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Ngorongoro Crater: Lion Paradise

A travel blog entry by devonator on Oct 17, 2014

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... swim. When in the water, they stand in groups to lean on each other. Sometimes a hippo will roll over on its back in the water, with its legs sticking straight up in the air! (See picture for example). - The Kori Bustard is the largest flying bird. A single bird can weigh up to 40 pounds. But it can still fly. - The reason Zebras have stripes is unclear. Many scientists postulated that the stripes confused the eyes of predators. Recent science has shown a ...

Crossing the border: Kenya to Tanzania

A travel blog entry by devonator on Oct 14, 2014

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... blowing area. I walked through the workshops and met some of the artists, including a man who uses an African hand cycle to get to work, where he makes mosaic lanterns from pieces of broken glass and mirrors. We finally arrived at our home for two nights, the Serena Lake Mayara lodge. We went down to the pool to watch the end of an African acrobatic show before dinner. After dinner I stayed to see an East African dance troupe and Mom went to bed. Tomorrow we are invited to a Maasai ...

So many lions!

A travel blog entry by 9gotoafrica on Oct 05, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... Liz! Quote - "I was so cold today I thought I was on the ski field".  For the record it really warmed up this afternoon and lay down Liz was spotted at the pool.  Even Waynie was enjoying the sun - he couldn't be bothered to go and get the sun screen so sat with Cindy's shorts on his head - a very good look!   Once we were on the road even Cindy had to pop her head out of the ...


A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 29, 2014

9 photos

... Ecosystem. The Masai people are allowed to live in the park with their cows but are not allowed to hunt. They may take their herds down to the crater to feed but must return up to the hills, this allows plenty of feed for other natural African animals. The park is protected against poachers by many rangers. The rules are very strict against poachers, death by rangers on site otherwise the ...

Ngorongoro Crater

A travel blog entry by steve49 on Sep 06, 2014

6 photos

... just walked up to our vehicle, around it and continued on her journey. We could have reached out the window and touched it, it was so close. We followed her for a while to see if she was hunting, but that didn't happen. We headed off again and spotted another lioness, this time with cubs. We stopped and watched this group for a while. At another vantage point, we watched a mother vulture feed her baby, high up in a tree. We also observed 3 ...