Kudu Lodge & Camp

Address: Karatu, Tanzania | Lodge
 
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      Travel Blogs from Karatu

      All good things must come to an end ....

      A travel blog entry by tweetygirl on Sep 09, 2014

      14 photos

      Sadly we leave the Serengeti today, has been wonderful and been super cool to have been so close to wild animals! Awesome safari, we did another small game drive this morning on the way out and stopped at the Ngorongoro crater lookout before heading to our next campsite. Saw mongoose this morning as well as elephants chase Lions away, which was …

      Ngorongoro Crater: Lion Paradise

      A travel blog entry by devonator on Oct 17, 2014

      23 photos

      ... of capillaries under the black stripes compared to the white stripes, so now it is thought the stripes help zebras regulate their temperature. We were back to the lodge by 3:30 and took an hour nap before our complimentary happy hour at 5:30. For dinner I tried a traditional dish of Kingfish in a coconut curry sauce. It was great! The evening ended with Mom and I going to hear African musicians in the bar. She ended up with a traditional hat on her head ...

      Amboseli Game Drive #3- Lions & Elephants

      A travel blog entry by devonator on Oct 13, 2014

      17 photos

      ... male stood at a 90 degree angle to the bull and caressed him with his trunk. It was very moving. Our guide told us these are male relatives greeting each other after an absence. Next we saw a large family of elephants out in the grass, quite a distance from us. There were two babies, one which was about a year old and one which was only weeks old. The matriarch, who decides which way the elephants will go, kept changing her mind. She would take a few steps one way, then go back ...

      A school, the market and pure luxury

      A travel blog entry by karyn512 on Sep 05, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... Roger to do it. There were people with huge bundles wrapped in tarps and as they unwrapped them, they had shoes, buckets, clothes, tools, and pretty much anything else they might need. Behind the people selling stuff were the people selling goats, cows, sheep and chickens. There were even "hotels" (3-sided lean-tos) that Hassan said the people stay in when they come to the market early. Amazing.

      We left the market and headed back to the town ...

      Masai

      A travel blog entry by cahoward on Aug 15, 2014

      17 photos

      ... subsequent wives are chosen by the groom. So if he sees someone that looks pretty good he will go to the father of the girl and ask if any of his daughters are available for marriage. He must take the girl chosen by her father. If there is another suitor, the one that jumps the highest wins the girl. It is dicey business. The good news is that each wife has her own home. As for food, they eat milk, meat from cow, goat and sheep ...