Serengeti Sopa Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSerengeti Sopa Lodge Serengeti National Park
Huge, luxurious rooms, large bathroom with good hot water. Wifi allows downloads , food us beautifully presented and very delicious. Picnic lunches are huge. Recommend the vegetable wraps.
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It was beautiful to wake up to the Serengeti Plains below us. isaac our driver took us in his jeep for a 7 hour trip around the Serengeti. Whilst there are so many more vehicles than the Mara, we come across maybe only about 30 other vehicles as we criss cross the Serengeti which means "endless plain" our treat today was prides of lions …
The Masai are one of the single, perhaps the single tribe that has clung to its traditions. There are 42 tribes in Kenya and over 120 in Tanzania but this one alone has kept separate from all other cultures and it is essential to their existance that they do as the elders prescribed many centuries ago. Here are a few highlights that I have learned …
Serengeti Long drive to reach the Sopa Lodge in the Serengeti, roads a challenge and we are all shook up again. Tourism is the number one industry in this country and it seems to me they might need to put some of the fees we are all paying back into the roads. Once at the Sopa Serengeti we were happy with the room and the facilities were good. We …
... At times
we saw big groups walking together, but most of the time it was
smaller groups scattered across the vast plains. Everywhere you
looked you saw Wildebeest. In addition to these animals we saw
Warthogs, otherwise known as Pumba's by the Africans. They have
terrible memories, so much so that they can forget they're being
chased! On the contrary elephants have amazing memories, meaning they
can remember a long journey, resulting in never getting lost! We ...
... a large elephant near the kitchen. We quickly grab our cameras, and sure enough just in the forest behind the kitchen are two male wild elephants. Eventually we realise that they have come for the water tank as they can get there trunks in. A great camera shot.At dinner this evening we talk to the Americans and we discover that there driver would not take them for a sunrise drive, they were not amused but we were! Dinner was pumpkin soup, beef stew [very tough] and rice and a ...