Singita Sasakwa Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... frightening one for me. First we are camping on one end of the parking lot because cars are not allowed within the camp grounds, and secondly, when I was cooking diner by myself in the dark with just a headlamp (Philippe and Alex had gone for their shower!), an animal approach me from behind! I was soo scared!!! I didn't have my glasses on and only saw his shape and shadow , good thing it ran away when I pointed my flashlight in its direction. Alex said it would have been a ...
... where they can spot predators such as crocodiles from a long distance. Zebras also eat long grass, preparing the fodder for the wildebeest that prefer shorter feed.
Together the two animals work to find the best route across the river so they can reach the Maasai Mara in Kenya for three to four months where the food is plentiful in the drier season. They then return to the southern parts of the Serengeti to give birth where the shorter grass there offers ...
... migration. The massive herd we were viewing is only a small part of the migration. Over 1.2 million wildebeests and 200,000 zebras live in the Serengeti. This is calving season and the herds are spread out across in the southern Serengeti this time of year.
In another month the wildebeests and zebras will gather in large herds to travel hundreds of miles through the Serengeti and into Kenya and back again in search of green grass. Along ...
... a beautiful green hilly landscape and a family of elephants walking past not 50m away!
We put up the tents, had some VERY cold showers, played a bit of Monopoly Deal (the Kiwis are now also addicted) and had a sausage dinner cooked on a fire by William. Over the camp fire we had the usual animal warnings and went off to bed with a standard amount of worry and panic about elephants trampling us to death and our faces being eaten off by hyenas.
Day 20- Ngorongoro ...
... Manyara gleams in the distance as the forest becomes less dense & we arrive at the shores of the lake on a flat plain. As far as the eye can see there are masses of pink flamingo - it is truely awe inspiring & takes our breath away. It was once of the things I wanted to see & I was rewarded beyond my expectations. We were allowed out of the truck to take photos & we saw a lone hyena waiting for prey. Zebras & buffalo ...