Kudu Lodge & Camp

Karatu, Tanzania | Lodge
Prices starting from $169.00

Travel Blogs from Karatu

Overland Trip - Part 2 - Kaant see Kili

A travel blog entry by ejae on Jul 24, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

Sunday lunchtime, we reached Dar Es Salaam and everyone was feeling the effects of the rough ferry crossing, including me who normally has such excellent sea-legs! So to face my first journey in the truck for an 8 hour drive to Moshi wasn't the most appealing scenario! However I somehow managed to secure the best seat on the truck towards the front …

Day 10-12: Ngorongoro Crater & Tarangire NP

A travel blog entry by nathanasi


... On day twelve we have flights to Nairobi and then Dubai, hopefully we will arrive with our luggage this time. Looking back, we feel privileged to have seen the vast array of animals and birds in Tanzania, and enjoyed warm hospitality from the people who live a very hard life. The average wage is $300 per month and with over 20% unemployment the 45m people have a tough time with only the most basic of living ...


A travel blog entry by sureimdecent


... m in one of the most exciting places on earth and I've just written an entire paragraph on tea, but what can I say- we go way back. We drive for about two hours, sweeping around the outside of the Great Rift Valley, which slices through the landscape, occasionally melting into clear lakes as smooth as melted glass. Eventually we reach the vast and empty valley at the edge of the Serengeti, the sides of the road dropping suddenly down into thick blankets of fog. In the valley ...

A Cheetah Rocket Makes Kill on the Plain of Ndutu

A travel blog entry by leomcyr


... using a technique known as "necking". Today, we find a group of a dozen giraffe and two large bulls are fighting. One draws close to the other and swings its neck and head into the neck of their adversary. You can tell they are serious by the thudding noises the strikes generate. We stay at the scene until most of the herd disappears into the bush. With their audience gone, the two bulls wander off together seemingly no worse for the wear.


Day 4 - Tuesday PM

A travel blog entry by mlfabian73


... before and the highlight of the day was a cheetah - not generally seen in this particular park. We watched her for a bit as she was sitting under a tree resting. When she didn't look like she was going to do anything we left to drive down the road and turn around and head back the same way. On the way back a couple of warthogs showed up and started teasing her so she got ...

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