Kudu Lodge & Camp

Address: Karatu, Tanzania | Lodge
 
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsKudu Lodge & Camp Karatu

    Reviewed by turnerstravels

    Home away from Home when on Safari

    Reviewed Feb 18, 2015
    by (41 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    Amazing! Service, food, grounds - this place is an oasis. The Tembo Rooms are great for families. Luxurious and comfortable. Highly recommend.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Kudu Lodge & Camp Karatu

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Karatu

    Tears of Happiness

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Feb 18, 2015

    15 comments, 10 photos

    I have to admit something. I cry. A lot. For those of you who know me, this is not a surprise. I cry at TV shows and commercials (even comedies like Modern Family and How I Met Your Mother get me). I cry at goodbyes. I cry when I'm tired. My mother always comments that I never have tissues with me, and she is forever bailing me out when the tears …

    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 …

    In Search of the Rhinoceros

    A travel blog entry by txherrins on Mar 03, 2015

    30 photos

    ... us with a dance! We then gather to observe how they make fire prior to being escorted two-by-two into the village. Each pair has a Maasai who takes us to his home. The women construct the igloo-shaped dwellings from sticks and then cover the structure with dried cow dung. There is one entrance door and four "rooms" inside...one for the baby cows at night, one for the children, and one for ...

    The amazing Ngorogoro crater

    A travel blog entry by jcperry01 on Nov 02, 2014

    7 comments, 22 photos

    ... Thousands of animals living together in the crater which only measures about 10 miles across. Amazing, amazing, amazing!!

    Today, we saw hundreds (maybe thousands) of zebra. We all decided that they are beautiful, and take the best pictures. We saw a pride of 20 lions. As we arrived, 3 cubs and 2 lionesses had decided to walk up to one of the vehicles, crawl under, and take a nap. We saw ...

    Crossing the border: Kenya to Tanzania

    A travel blog entry by devonator on Oct 14, 2014

    10 photos

    ... in our faces while we waited. At the counter, they took our fingerprints electronically and stamped our passports. Then we got back on the bus and drove to another office, where we disembarked onto a dirt road and navigated around chickens, goats, young men selling T-shirts and fabric, and a blind Maasai beggar with a young boy. It was blindingly bright. There was a strong smell of urine. There were stacks of plastic-covered mattresses up against a building, and a small door with ...