Ngorongoro Forest Tented Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... old but we are running out of time as the closing time approaches so we make our guide Alex promise to return tomorrow and find that baby elephant!
We hurry up the ascent road to get there before they close the gate (we really don't to spent the night on the crater floor!) and we pass through the exit point as the clock strikes 6pm nd head for the lodge which is very close to the top of the ascent road.
We have ...
... As we flirted between the borders of the Serengeti and Ngorongoro areas, in the late afternoon sun, we stumbled upon half a zebra… yes half a zebra. Where was the other half you might be wondering… well we wanted to know too… so we drove around the area looking for the culprit. “There must be lions nearby” Daniel said. “What do you mean and how do you know?” we enquired. “See up there - a ...
... into the Crater, very excited to see the herds of animals at the bottom. Surprisingly the Crater floor is very flat, considering it was created when a volcano blew up many many many years ago.
After seeing the gnu (many with their newborn calves), zebras, black rhinos and a few elephants in the trees, we realised we may not have such luck being any of the big cats.
... cruising along when all the sudden, Mussa found a leopard! He was hanging out in a tree and was beautiful!! Other animals we saw today were jackels, water buck, impala, monkeys, baboons, bat ear fox, the bustard bird (all plumed out to attract a female), and lots and lots of zebra, buffalo, wildabeast and elephants.
Tomorrow we head for the Ngorogoro crater with Mussa the king of guides!
... out of the park. More elephants, antelopes, a jakell, and lots of zebras for our way out and driving back up the walls of the crater gave us the most incredible farewell view. So my first safari, in Africa, seeing the most incredible animals in the wild. This has to be yet another highlight of my trip and I am feeling so lucky to have experienced a trip like this and to see these animals with my own eyes. These are 2 days I will most definitely never forget, just like the elephants I guess! ...