Kudu Lodge & Camp

Karatu, Tanzania | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Karatu

Overland Trip - Part 2 - Kaant see Kili

A travel blog entry by ejae


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 …

Hunting with Hadzabe

A travel blog entry by discovering_tz


In the morning we travelled down to Lake Eyasi to meet the Hadzabe Tribe. The journey took approx. 2 hrs, because of the road conditions (no rain, just a rocky road). We had an amazing day with the Hadzabe, we went to hunt, one of them cought a mongoose and actually that was our lunch. They made fire and prepared the food. We had to taste, so we …

Bit o' Dust?

A travel blog entry by purplebuggy


We left Zanzibar via the ferry again - same crush as we had getting on there but in a brand spanking new ferry (only its second trip ever). Unfortunately in getting out of the way of a crushing crowd I slipped on a puddle of oil and fell over so spent the trip back to the mainland sulking but at least it was an alloted time frame so I had to get …

Karatu Sep 28, 2009

A travel blog entry by purplebuggy


Purplebuggy stayed here on Sep 28, 2009 during their trip titled: The Long Way...umm... Up.

Cheetahs strike out

A travel blog entry by rbobski


... saves her calf. Wildabeest 2, cheetah 0. The buffet moves on. We return to camp. The now routine cocktails around the campfire. Dinner is traditional Swahili - roast lamb, coconut chicken, sweet potato (white not orange), beans, white rice, spiced rice pilaf and vegetables. Was excellent. Kudos to the chef! The wildabeest serenade us during dinner. A thunder storm moves in and the camp turns into a river of mud. We skid into our tents for a good ...

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