Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge
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Up again, breakfasted and a packed lunch ready for a full day of animal watching in the Serengeti NP. There were some Dik Dik's around the lodge - cute but shy! We set off seeing Superb starling, Go-away-birds and Red-billed Hornbill. The Thompson's gazelle were prolific as usual as were the Impala. We convinced Musa that we need a couple of …
Not a good start to the day, guess who had a bit of gastro? took some Gastro Stop, missed breakfast and psyched myself up for the long drive ahead. I informed George that I might need happy stops and he was really lovely and he said he would take care of me. I sat in the front and George got concerned if I was too quiet. He said "ask lots of …
Serengeti National Park is famous around the world, and a place I was already quite familiar with through watching Animal Planet and National Geographic documentaries. Serengeti means "endless plain" in Swahili, and with the endless plain comes an abundance of wildlife. Being on at least a few safaris thus far, I traveled toward Serengeti knowing …
Back on the road again, this time to Serengeti. When we reached the entrance gate to the park, we were told by our driver to close all the windows to the vehicle, especially if getting out. Reason being is the monkeys will come and take things from inside the vehicle. At the same time we were at the gate, a couple from South Africa were also there …
First time I looked outside this morning, I saw a few guinea fowl. The next time, two giraffes and four buffalo. I finally have giraffe in the backyard. As with the zebra yesterday, they were no more than 100 - 200 yards away from the rooms.
We had Babengi again today and he told us the animals like being in the area of the lodge …
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