Serengeti Migration Camp
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Our last 2 days have been a bit more relaxed. We left the Wilderness camp Wednesday morning and traveled around the central Serengeti before heading north. We saw a couple of lions on their "honeymoon," which lasts 3-4 days in anticipation of a new litter of babies in 5 1/2 months. On the way to the lodge, we saw a beautiful male lion with a fresh …
Greetings from the Serengeti! We left the Ngorongoro Conservation Area on Monday morning. The area is the home of the Massai tribe, and we enjoyed seeing their culture before us as we drove through the region. We learned that the Tanzanian government wanted to make the Ngorogoro crater a national park, so made an agreement with the Maasai leaders in 1969 that they could live in the surrounding area, but not the crater. The area ...
Mom and I are sitting on our porch in the Serengeti Serena lodge, drinking. She's having sweet white wine and I'm having a Serengeti beer, brewed in Tanzania. Our lodge is part of the Serengeti National Park where we've been having a game drive all day, and there are no fences to keep the wild animals out. We have to dial 2 for an armed ranger to escort us from our rooms after dark. Right now two dik-diks (they look like mini antelopes) are browsing in the grass about 10 ...
... the area from 1931. The main discoveries from the site include stone tools, skulls of hominids and a series of footprints preserved in layers of volcanic ash. The hominid skulls found in the various layers reveal a growth in brain size from 500 cubic cm to 1200 cubic cms – measurement of the brain size of this Inti group of hominids has yet to be established.
The road to Serengeti (2nd largest national park in ...
... the afternoon game drive and found a male leopard sitting in the treetop napping. Leopards are very shy and somewhat rare, so it was incredible that we had the opportunity of watching him for over an hour as he slept, stretched, yawned then bounded through the tree to eventually get to his dinner with the unfortunate gazelle. He moved so easily over the tree branches for such a large cat.
An unforgettable day!