Serengeti Migration Camp
Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park
... right beside us. Like we could have reached out and to touch some of them( but I wanted to keep my hand). We even saw a leopard start an attack on a herd of deer. He watched for about 10mins, slowing creeping up to them through the long grass. Then he was off like a bullet but they were faster so he gave up to save his energy. We did see a cheetah in a tree with his fresh kill hanging at the other side though so they don't all get that ...
... definitely in the thick of things!
We traveled in our own Land Cruiser, which provided great views through the pop-top roof and comfort (for the most part) on the bumpy roads we traversed. Our guide was great, sharing his vast amount of knowledge for all the animals, birds and wildlife we saw. While our days spent driving the parks, eating, and drinking, we were always exhausted each night and happy to crawl into bed before 10pm, looking forward to what the next ...
... only stop briefly to stretch our legs before continuing into the Serengeti.
We pull away from Naabi Hill and spot three lions resting in the shade of some rocks. Several miles later we pass a mother lion with two cubs lounging in the sun. We drive on until we come to a number of vehicles stopped along the road. We slow. There are lions lying on both sides of the road. We jockey for picture-taking position among the vehicles. Suddenly, Sosi's Land Cruiser gets ...
... favourites. Wildebeest ...so weird looking. Also zebra. We should see thousands of Zebra and wildebeest later when we try to catch up with the herds on the great migration to have their babies. More firsts ...leopard...never thought we would see one as their are so difficult to spot..they are nocturnal and sleep high on the thorny acacia trees along with their kill. The one we saw today had an antelope in ...
... his walkie talkie. We all thought we were on the verge of a national security incident that night be in the next day's newspaper. Finally, after a major delay, we all cleared security/customs, and this guy lead us to Gate 2 for our departure. Our group was "over" India at that point, and we then boarded a bus for the trip out to our jet. I guess they must not value tourism with the ridiculous treatment we received. When we entered the jet, our awesome crew had the ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility