Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge
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The day started off in the mist as we left the Ngorongoro Crater and travelled through the rest of the park after saying goodbye to yet another wonderful group of hotel staff who all love Carol.
We headed southeast and our first stop was the Oldupai Gorge where the Leakey's made their first discoveries of humanoids as well as tools and …
We enjoyed a fabulous Christmas night at The Four Seasons, with a delicious African Cuisine buffet: plantain, cassava, ungali, boerewors & another delicious SA chardy to toast Christmas. We started today with a breakfast champagne with mango pulp & reluctantly left the hotel. ( seriously, the kids were torn between safari or a day by the …
After checking out of the Lake Manyara Serena Lodge, we drove a short distance to the Kibaoni Primary School which was established in 1990. The school is located approximately 47 miles west of Arusha and 12 miles east of the town of Karatu. The Kibaoni Primary School Foundation was organized in 2009 by James M. Furner, Darrell Lund and David E. …
4:30 a.m...a wake-up call for what promises to be a highlight of our safari. Our ticket for a Serengeti Balloon Safari is touted as the ultimate safari experience. Because the lodge is located within a park where wild animals roam freely (and come to drink at the swimming pool), we have been instructed to call for a guard to escort us from our …
... sized beds, down comforters, lights, writing desk with snacks, hot showers and a flush toilet. This is how I like to camp!
In addition to our private tent, which included a zipped-in porch, there was a dining tent and a game tent for the kids. But the main gathering area (besides the open bar!) was the campfire, also known as "Maasai TV." Every evening before and after dinner we would sip our beverage of choice (South ...