Singita Sabora Tented Camp
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Our last morning at Olakira started with omelette cooked over coals by the dining room. We finished our breakfast and bid farewell to the lovely staff; Future, GoodLuck, Jackson and Kenneth. Baraka took us to the airport with a short game drive along the way. We headed for the rocky area where we encountered a Water Buck and the fearsome Rock Hyrax …
... own active surveillance measures, but also relies on reports from park staff and tour guides to track animal health issues across the vast areas of Tanzania's National Parks. The veterinary units will monitor but not intervene if animal health issues are due to natural causes (predation, disease, etc.). They will only take action to mitigate man-made factors, such as entanglement in snares. An exception is made for endangered species, who are always treated regardless of ...
... hyaena each night, up to no good as usual. They turned the main rubbish bin upside down despite it being tied high up almost in a tree, and scattered garbage all over the campsite.Rating 6/10 - ablutions were not too bad, but no hot water.The first night each couple braaied a flat chicken, and the next day Anne and Don did a pot roast with topside that we bought at Shiwa Ngandu. It was a wonderful ...
... arrived and offloaded 6 Spanish people. Their driver's name was Safari because his parents had been on a journey when he was born. The birding there was fantastic with lots of lifers, and once again Doggy was in his element. 7th June - Serengeti Stop OverAfter doing washing, we decided to make our way to The Ukerewe Island north of our camp. Doggy and I gave it a miss when we discovered that it was about 90 km on a ...
... anywhere, well disguised before your eyes. You can drive for an hour and see nothing or go just a few meters and see an assortment of wildlife. As our guide says, it is all about timing. And ours has been pretty great.
The feeling of spotting a wild animal in its own natural habitat is thrilling. Some, like gazelles, zebra, ostrich, and buffalo, quickly shy from the vehicle; whereas others, like lion, elephants and giraffes, will ...