Serengeti Migration Camp
Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park
I forgot to mention we picked up a new driver in Nairobi called Henry, hes the only black african man to be employed by the company, he's lovely & extremely informative. We have 2 or 3 briefings per day & plenty of photo stops & loo breaks! So we waved a fond farewell to Danny & I can only assume he went & checked straight into rehab to dry out. So …
Morning game drive. 8 lion cubs playing on a grassy plain. Cheetah kill, Thompson gazelle saw it's end. Acacia trees beautifully landscape the flat plains. The head of the migration from the Maasai Mara, wildebeest and zebra. Finally, the last of the big 5 I needed to see. A leopard sleeping in a tree. The bumpy road had rocked me to sleep on the …
... night as two Australians have just asked me to join them for dinner in town. Who can say no to an invitation like that. I pick up the writing two days latter once I am in Dar Es Salam
Once we were back in the 4WD we were subjected to a bone rattling ride to equal the Gun Barrel Highway in Australia. I was soon reminded how good a small 4WD my Jeep is, with coil springs all round and reasonably light weight Shannon and I traveled in complete luxury on our ...
... airport across town for 1 hr flight to Nairobi and then back to Accra. Good to not have an overnight flight for this leg and time to read a book and watch the in-flight movie which randomly was a VERY Aussie cricket comedy film. I think I was the only one who watched it and laughed.
So my massive dream safari break comes to a conclusion. A trip that exceeded all expectations and has given many new life memories. 2 weeks that felt like 2 months and very much ...
After our amazing luck seeing so much game in the Masai Mara, I didn't think the Serengeti would live up to it’s reputation. But it was quite different and we had even more luck! The plains are phenomenal – so vast, and studded with beautiful acacia trees. The sunsets and sunrises are something else – I’ve never seen such red sky, and accompanied with the smells and sounds of the African bush, they ...
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