Serengeti Migration Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... they could hear where they are from the bells, and the sound was ’Ngoro, Ngoro’. Since the area became a conservation area the Masai no longer keep their animals in the crater, but have been allocated grassland areas around the periphery. Also they no longer are a nomadic tribe, but live in settled villages now. The Serengeti National Park borders the Ngorongoro conservation area and again no Masai (domesticated) animals are allowed in there. If a ...
Early morning is my favorite time of the day, and we meet at 5:30 am for coffee and cookies at the Lodge bar. Our early morning departure for a game drive will position us to see the Serengeti animals before our breakfast...but coinciding with their breakfast! (We will return at 9:00 am to the Lodge for our meal.)
Here are some of the animals we encountered between six and nine ...
We had to get up early for the two hour drive to the local landing strip where a small plane would take us to Arusha. From there we board the international flight to Amsterdam and back to Portland.
It is our last day to see animals in Africa. We left a little early so we could make a couple of stops. Our last day was a spectacular as the others. First we ran into a large herd ...
... a beautiful green hilly landscape and a family of elephants walking past not 50m away!
We put up the tents, had some VERY cold showers, played a bit of Monopoly Deal (the Kiwis are now also addicted) and had a sausage dinner cooked on a fire by William. Over the camp fire we had the usual animal warnings and went off to bed with a standard amount of worry and panic about elephants trampling us to death and our faces being eaten off by hyenas.
Day 20- Ngorongoro ...