Singita Sabora Tented Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... millions of (often huge) animals! Our early morning Serengeti game drive was the highlight for us. You have to work for the rewards here, scanning the horizons for game. Fortunately, Salem is a skilled spotter! One of the best scenes unfolded when he eyed what turned out to be a pride of lions more than a dozen strong. We were the first truck to arrive and had prime position to watch the playful cubs. It got really interesting when a couple of unsuspecting hippos plodded ...
... the exact place to park to give us a great view of the hippos. There were at least 40 in this giant hippo raft. Even tough they don't do much, it is really fun watching them bob up and down in the river, wriggling their ears and resting their giant heads on the back of submerged hippos. There are also crocs. These aren't as big as the 20 foot croc I saw in Australia, they are big enough to go after a ...
The next morning we were up early having breakfast and packing our lunches to go on a game drive in the Ngorongoro crater. Instead of going in the truck we were instead going in 4 x 4s! We were really excited. Our guide's name was Amos and we were with the Kiwis, Heather and Jon. The 4 x 4 was brilliant and had a pop up roof so we could stand up and look out over the top of the car. Descending into the crater was like driving down into a huge green bowl. Once we reached ...
Today has been fun! We spent the morning helping with the brick making for a new house for a family in need! We also had bible study after lunch There was a bus crash today, two busses and a 4Wf, we drove past it. There has been over 50 or 60 deaths that we know of, I don't know if there were many survivors but I highly doubt it. By the state of the mangled busses it's very unlikely and I would imagine ...
... 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 ...