Ngerende Island Lodge
Travel Blogs from Masai Mara National Reserve
... guide for the drive to Maasai Mara. Think of your
guide as your own regional expert, knowledgeable in the local flora and
fauna, and, especially, the local roads.
Day Two Highlights - Venue: Maasai Mara National Reserve
Accommodation choices: Mara wildebeest Tented Camp or olmoran tented camp
Meal Plan: Full Board - Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Activity: Transfer to Maasai ...
... grass. It was a mother & 2 older cubs. This is where my opinion of the local Masai took a nose dive. When we saw the cheetah alot of the safari companies drove into the copse & surrounded them which is against the rules of the park, your not allowed to hassle the animals or surround them, you must stay in the designated tracks. Then when we all spotted the leopards it was a free for all, all the safari trucks had Masai men in the passenger seat directing them & because they ...
... and white roam the park), giraffes, baboons, a huge python crossing the road (perhaps there was a chicken on the other side?), hyenas, flamingos and post-coital lions.
The lodge put on an evening display of African dancing, which Greg was happy to join in at the first possible opportunity for audience participation.It was a great trip and, apart from the spectacular sights, we had plenty of fun with Tim and Olena along the way.
Later in the ...
... up fronts, and electricity.
Time for lunch. The Game camp restaurant is fantastic and it reminds me of Sanaa at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge. Again I am wondering if any of the designers got ideas from this beautiful place. We have a little time to explore before heading on our afternoon game drive. We pop into the gift shop to check out what they have and guess who we find. Nick is in the shop checking out their wares. We tease Nick ...
... de touristes (et de van) mais il faut
absolument y aller ! Les paysages sont sublimes, le parc s’étend à perte
de vue et ici tu es certain de voir presque tous les animaux du Kenya, d’où
notre rencontre avec une famille de lions et un petit groupe de 3 guépards… On
aurait dit des adorables peluches, mais il vaut mieux rester à bonne
Ca y est !! Le « Big 5 » c’est fait :
lion, léopard, rhino, buffle et ...