Serengeti Migration Camp
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- 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 …
... amp; a third just behind. They were playing, rolling in the grass & licking each other, at one point they were nose to nose pressing their heads together, they were so close my heart was pounding. I was a little scared when one stood up & walked towards us, changed its mind & lay down on its back with one leg in the air( as we have seen several others do) and sleep. The moment was even sweeter as ...
... the branches one overlooks the endless stretch of the plains into the horizon. Finally, a land so wild and free and pregnant with possibilities, entirely free of constraints. Who am I to deserve such an extraordinary experience, to see nature in its most untamed beauty? So beautiful and wild that it makes me want to cry. The locals can't even afford to come to the reserves, albeit it is their land. What a privilege to be ...
... about 80 lions in one day, several huge prides with cubs. One pride has 12 cubs and we are lucky to see the lion bringing them a freshly killed wildebeest..they need help from the lioness to open it up but once it open, they sure know what to do. The lioness feeds them milk until they are approx 2 months old, and then it's meat meat meat...those cubs are about 3,5 to 4 months old. We also get so see a mother cheetah with two young ones..those are pretty shy compared to the lions and ...
... western Serengeti
around midday. The landscape was exactly how you imagine, vast with
long grass, trees dotted around and in the distance big hills. It
didn't take long for the game viewing to begin, within minutes we
were greeted by a Ostrich. Man they are huge! We could not get over
how tall they were. Their legs were so muscular, I guess this helped
them to run as fast as they do, an average of 70 kph!! We also saw a
lot of Zebra and Gazelles, apparently Gazelles ...