Singita Sabora Tented Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park
... giraffe got his long neck. It involved being tricked by a crocodile with a pretent toothache who then snapped his mouth shut around the giraffe who pulled and pulled until his head and neck came out although they were somewhat stretched - apparently giraffed used to have heads and necks like zebras before this happened!! Such a character.
Our second night here we heard lions roaring at around 4am - was ssooo cool. Such a deep beloowing throaty sound. In the morning we began ...
... sounds of Africa. Your reservation awaits you at the 1000000 star Hotel (the breath taking African skies).
No Africa Discovered guided self drive Africa adventure would be complete without the thrill of driving through the most famous game park in Africa.Crossing the entire Serengeti from east to west will take us two days with many opportunities to spot plenty ...
The kids had their own tent, and Morris ensured that they were well taken care of, happy, and safe. The food was awesome, too. We had breakfast overlooking the park, and Vian introduced us to "African Bush TV" - a campfire overlooking the park as the sun set. Zebras said good night to us. We woke very early one morning in order to watch the sunrise over the Serengeti and go on a early game drive. Spectacular!
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 ...