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Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park
We were awakened this morning by a knock on our door and coffee at 6:00am. Darn! I did not hear lions roar again last night. We left with our guide and tracker as the sun was rising for early morning drive. We saw a baby giraffe about 3 days old. So cute, but very skittish. We were looking for the cheetah, but …
We slept fitfully worried about the car but decided there was nothing we could do, if they managed to fix it here all well and good otherwise a standby car and mechanic would be sent up from Arusha.
We had arranged an early game drive with Tally and our tracker Mathanga. Hussein brought us some coffee and biscuits as we were to have …
We left Ronjo to travel further north to our next campsite Bologonjo. We had originally been in Lobo Special camp but this had been burnt out so we had been moved. We had no idea where the camp was as it didn't appear on any map we had. Worst still the car was getting worse and we had little power in the lower gears. With the car being so …
... a layer of insulation between me and the earth!
The next morning began at 0630 with the normal supply of a breakfast of eggs, hotdog, fruit and sweet toast. Once we departed we headed for the Serengeti game reserve which took half a day to get to. After stopping at the gate to pay the numerous park fees we submitted ourself once more to the always present packed lunch. This lunch box will always contain, a potato, some cooked chicken, a hard boiled egg, a sandwich ...
... The only place that I
might have chosen to get lodging rather than camping out was at the
crater of Ngorongoro (because it was a bit chilly) but then I wouldn't
have gotten the chance to see a group of zebras grazing outside my tent.
Crown Eagle Adventure made sure that our experience was great in every
possible way and I would highly recommend them to anyone interested in
seeing all that a Tanzanian safari has to offer.
How has this lodge rated in the past?
The service was amazing and the safari drives in the private concession worth every penny. The views from our room were priceless
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