Kudu Lodge & Camp

Karatu, Tanzania | Lodge
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    Travel Blogs from Karatu

    Lake Eyasi

    A travel blog entry by schellenberg on Jul 20, 2014

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... hunting and gathering traditions. Their language is funny to listen to, they make little clicks and funny sounds. There are only a few hundred of them left, they mainly The government had built them houses to protect them from the rain and cold in the winter but the rain noise on the roof the houses scared them so they ended outside anyways!!! In the winter they sometimes sleep in baobab trees. Apparently the Baobab trees are hollow inside, so they just ...

    Serengeti Safari

    A travel blog entry by blakes on Jul 10, 2014

    12 photos

    ... saw the elusive leopard. We have now seen all of the big 5. The leopard was sleeping in a tree as they do their hunting by night. Our guide and drivers are outstanding in their tracking abilities. We also saw a colorful lizard with a pink head fading down to a purple tail. And we saw several hippos drying themselves in the sun before heading out to graze. We visited the Louis and Mary Leakey excavation sight where they found the bones of early man. We have ...

    Day 10-12: Ngorongoro Crater & Tarangire NP

    A travel blog entry by nathanasi on Jun 24, 2014

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... drive to Tarangire River Camp which is built on stilts due to the proximity of lions and elephants. At the Tarangire NP we had amazing views of Silale Swamp and picnic area which is frequented by up to 1000 elephants during the dry season starting in September. At night time we heard baboons being attacked just 30m from our tent and both lions and jackals informing others in their group that dinner was being ...

    A Cheetah Rocket Makes Kill on the Plain of Ndutu

    A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Jan 26, 2014

    31 photos

    ... us this female had four cubs as recently as several days ago. We are only able to confirm three cubs today. The cubs are three weeks old and are getting playful. We watch as the cubs snuggle with and crawl all over their mother.

    The cheetah settles her cubs down and leaves to hunt. She must be constantly vigilant so as not to disclose the location of her den. The area is crawling with lion and hyena. One mistake and her cubs will die.

    Ol Tukai and Masai

    A travel blog entry by hobartfamily on Jan 19, 2014

    27 photos

    ... of a water bottle. It was a gourd with a stopper and carrying strap. She was stitching up some cow hide on the stopper from the foot of a cow that was killed by a hyena over night. The Masai lead an amazingly hard life but seem happy despite the hardships. Something I forgot to mention about the Masai is the markings on their face. The have circles that they have burned into their faces as young children using a wire heated up in a fire. The ...