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 …
... the only part of the park you are allowed to walk around. They have set up a self-guided walk around a Kopje which is a rocky outcrop. The walk gives you the history and background of the park and some information about its inhabitants.
Highlights of this day in the Serengeti including being able to tick off the last of the Big 5 - the Leopard. We were very lucky to see the leopard as it is very elusive. We saw it at around dusk and it was beginnging to be active. It heard a ...
... We stopped under a tree for lunch box eating and a large herd of elephants were quietly munching away over the river interspersed with giraffes. So we moved along for a closer viewing. Wonderful to see the huge animals in their natural environment, relaxed and so healthy. They are very dark grey here so not hard to spot. Further on another herd of elephants with babies and a huge male who kept sloop ...
Finally on the road (the same one we will be cycling in 3 days time) - great views and something to keep you visually occupied most of the way - a stop or two at different shops to buy nibbles and drinks, then we turned off to go up towards the rim of the crater of Ngorongoro - not a crater really but a caldera which is a collapsed crater. The name Ngorongoro is a Masai name - they used to keep their cattle and goats down there with bells around ...
... a tree where Diving birds were scavenging above us. One even swooped down and took somebody's lunch from her hand as she was raising it to her mouth. We reached the Serengeti, and I was surprised by the seemingly arbitrary line between ngorogoro and Serengeti - it's only a signpost! In the Serengeti, after hours of driving, we had our first "Big 5" sighting - a small male lion looking grumpy and hungry - he had strayed too far out of the easier ...