Serengeti Migration Camp

Northern Corridor, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania | 5 star lodge
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Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park

Serengeti nightmare & Zanzibar dream!

A travel blog entry by heidiyoung

I forgot to mention we picked up a new driver in Nairobi called Henry, hes the only black african man to be employed by the company, he's lovely & extremely informative. We have 2 or 3 briefings per day & plenty of photo stops & loo breaks! So we waved a fond farewell to Danny & I can only assume he went & checked straight into rehab to dry out. So …


A travel blog entry by danielfernandez


Morning game drive. 8 lion cubs playing on a grassy plain. Cheetah kill, Thompson gazelle saw it's end. Acacia trees beautifully landscape the flat plains. The head of the migration from the Maasai Mara, wildebeest and zebra. Finally, the last of the big 5 I needed to see. A leopard sleeping in a tree. The bumpy road had rocked me to sleep on the …

AfriCan it get better than this Safari?

A travel blog entry by luckyobes


... Hakuna Matata!

We started in Tanagere National Park where we were almost immediately greeted with our first wildlife sighting, a huge herd of welcome elephants. Being my Dad’s favorite animal, we were off to a good start. This park was large and had a great variety of wildlife. We got up close and personal with many animals and it was the perfect introduction to our safari. Plus Kaki spotted her first lion and we were treated to a victory dance in the car ...

Kilimanjaro odyssey - Barranka wall

A travel blog entry by jdwhite

He said: Well today started out with a bang. Off to climb a wall. This is where I think our term hiking had a very loose translation. It turned into at least an hour of mountain climbing and bouldering to say the least. According to Dustin we were climbing at least at some points in 85 degree inclines on rock and having to in one case stretch over some serious gaps to. Are it to the next position. The other fun part of today was learning that the previous day we ...

Three personalities

A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld


... each of the cubs who came close to her and groomed them affectionately

The anti-social - this one stayed away from the limelight and hid away from the pack. I couldn't shoot this one

The grumpy - this one snarly and growled whenever any of the cubs approached her. She looked vicious and ferocious


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