Ngorongoro Forest Tented Lodge

Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania | Lodge

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The worlds biggest continuous mountain rim crater

A travel blog entry by jimhilbert

... and restaurants and bars and WiFi so I complained to the manager. Next night he had us shifted to the very front and only a stone throw from the facilities. A sensational room with great views. He shouted us a bottle of wine at dinner and sent a bowl of sliced fruit to our room. We both felt very spoiled. I have since exchanged emails with this fellow because he was saying to us that the Chinese are coming to Africa in bigger numbers. I told him about our dealings with the Chinese and ...

Going on Safari!

A travel blog entry by katyflo


... the jeep as he spotted something I would never have seen on my own.... a lioness lying down in the grass at quite a distance away. He'd spotted it because there was a wildebeest standing extremely still obviously watching every move of this lioness! We watched and it turned out to be 3 lions and a cub - I saw the real Lion King!

As we were watching the lions move further away over the hill, to our left I hadn't noticed a load of baboons staring ...

The Cradle of Civilization

A travel blog entry by keithandkim

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... are adorable and all covered in mud from the creek crossings along the way. We figure there is not much that can top this day and it is barely even started. We then stopped at the Flamingo lake with its pink horizon consisting of thousands of birds. We pass many regulars of the crater; hippos, wildebeest, zebra, massive elephants. Then we see something that shocked our guide, a Serval cat. Another nocturnal cat that is rarely seen during the ...

Ndutu: Meeting the Great Migration

A travel blog entry by leomcyr


... napping.

Fadhil says the Marsh Pride is a dominating presence in the area. We search for them in several of their usual haunts to no avail. Finally, we find them just before 6 PM. There are two large males, six females and five cubs. All are so stuffed with their most recent kill they could barely keep their eyes open. There will be no hunting lions tonight. As darkness falls, we turn toward camp to unpack, shower and prepare for ...

Kipili to Katavi

A travel blog entry by ru.benpabst


... brake hose connection in stock, but nonetheless improve the brakes on the vehicle. We also do shopping for grocery items, but only find the basics in small african type shops. Prices are also high. We are not very impressed with Kigoma. On Friday, 13 September we head for Burundi. The border post is at Mabanda. Immediately, when entering Burundi, we notice a few changes.


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