Singita Sasakwa Lodge
Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park
... sense of humour) and asked if I might do him a favour and assist him in his task to record the number of Zebra and Wildebeest. He suggested that the best way to do this was count the legs and divide by 4. Well I wasn't sure what he was getting at but by the time we got to the centre of the Serengeti plains I was in awe and amazement at the number of Zebra and Wildebeest. There would have to be numbers in excess of 200,000 all eating and milling around. At ...
... have been even better than the lion.
From there we moved on to Lake Manyara National Park which was lush and dense and showed us more monkeys than any of us have seen in our entire lives combined. The baboons were especially fun to watch, so playful and active. However, being such a dense forested area, it made it harder to spot more animals.
Next we headed into the Serengeti where we split our time between the Serengeti National Park, the Ndutu area of ...
... down the outside of the crater (we won't be going inside until Thursday on our way back) and passed through the Ngorongoro Park, we were treated with herds of zebra and wildebeest. It was a part of the great migration! It was one of the top things I wanted to see here and we were lucky to see some herds of a few thousand passing through. The migration is actually of a million wildebeest, so we just saw a very small part of it, but it was amazing anyway and ...
Its our last full and official day in the village and I cant believe our time is almost up. I just keep thinking how grateful I am to be here and how thankful I am for everything back home.
We started our day with a museum visit -the Nyerere museum. He was the first president of Tanzania and loved by most. On the grounds was both a museum of artifacts and you could wall around and see his home, that of his parents, and where he is buried. It ...
Monday we headed back to Nyamuswa for another day of volunteering and participating in what they call national distribution day. We spent a few hours in the morning video taping the kids receiving their gifts and then at 11:15 we headed to the outdoor celebration. Brian warned us ahead of time that it might be a bit long and it was! As sponsors and visitors (which is very obvious because at this point there are only 4 of us that are white and its been several days since Ive seen any ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center