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 …
Spent 2 days in Serengetti (12000 sq miles) and 1 day in Ngorongoru crater looking at big game. Had amazing drives in early morning looking for the "Big Five". Our driver who had been doing safari's for 7 yrs said the most cats he has seen in 3 days ...
... small zoo like enclosures that mainly hold snakes and crocs brought in by locals. It was awesome to finally see some snakes, especially being behind glass. After a few beers to help support the clinic it was time to pack our bags for the early start tomorrow as we head into the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater for the next couple days. You can feel the excitement in the group, as it has been a bit since our last game drive and wildlife viewing.
... creature can’t buy a break. No matter which direction she moves there is no cover. The gazelle – both Thomsons and Grants – have seen her and sounded the alarm. The warthogs in the area also see her and monitor her movements. We break away and leave her in peace.
A few hours earlier, we saw a National Geographic wildlife film crew. We now see them again. This time they have a brother and sister cheetah ...
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