Singita Sasakwa Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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After lunch we saw a couple of
cheetahs that were binocular distance away – as were 4 leopards we saw lounging
in a tree.
As the afternoon wore on we had a
bit of a thunderstorm roll in so we headed back to camp. At one stage our path
was blocked by hyenas drinking from the puddles forming on the road. Next the
road was blocked by a large female elephant and her calf – and on this accasion
we had to go ...
... and tuna would have been too easy!.. no instead, the boys want to cook freaking PORK RIBS, in the open, in the savanna, when yesterday we saw lions and cheetahs eating! Go figure.
After all the worry and concerns aside that campsite and that experience was simply amazing, the location was unbeatable, we had an amazing sunset, delicious pork ribs on the barbie, full moon and an amazing contemplative night, and cherry on the cake (for me at least) no animal visited ...
... set up where 9 of us sat for dinner in candlelight. A very memorable occasion.
The following two days were made up of day long safaris, however the absolute highlight has to be witnessing the migration. Literally millions of wildebeest and zebras make their way to the Mara River for the important event of ‘the crossing’.
The wildebeest and zebra have a symbiotic relationship. In the annual migration, zebras go first due to their ...
... new animals - a small terrapin and a large tortoise crossing he road. There were also Marabou storks, impala, topi, jackals and much more.
But the big highlight of the day - and maybe the entire trip - was a male lion under a tree. We first saw his brother and a female scamper across the road in front of us. When we looked the other way, there he was in all his splendor. He was beautiful and we watched for a long time.
... roof pops open in the land cruiser & we travel deeper into the park with unobstructed views. The call on the radio comes , there are cheetahs resting in the sun. The driver makes a bee line & we are rewarded with our first cats, they are a distance away but we still can see & photo clearly. all day we continue to see animals & beautiful birds, Our first day on Safari will be unforgettable.Our first two nights we spend in ...