Address: C14, Keekorok, (Masai Mara Reserve), Shompole Conservancy, Kenya | Lodge
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This lodge is located on C14, Keekorok, (Masai Mara Reserve), Shompole Conservancy.
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Travel Blogs from Shompole Conservancy

Ngarongaro Crater Safari

A travel blog entry by pietrasanta on Jul 08, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... natural walls is amazing! From here no animals are visible, but Rajai says they are all over. We keep going down to the bottom, winding down the narrow dirt road on the caldera walls.

As we reach the bottom, Rajai opens up the safari truck so I can stand up top and look out as we drive, and we immediately see animals all over! Zebra, baboons, wildebeests, Cape buffalo, lots of birds. We turn a corner and quickly see a huge elephant, just ...

Kati Kati Camp Central Serengetti

A travel blog entry by analegge on Jun 20, 2015

13 photos

And we did wake up to a perfect day. The large comfortable tents are spread amongst the bush and provide all comforts. Good beds, flush loos and a shower with hot water. Escorts are necessary after dark to and fro the restaurant tent but you just wave your lantern and a nice young man will come and collect you. The tents are sprayed each night and we had no Mosquitos. Outside in the covered entrance they even provide laundry powder and camp tubs with water for washing ...

Maasai Village Stay

A travel blog entry by jessandross on Jun 17, 2015

20 photos

We backtracked out of Lake Naivashia and then headed to Loita Hills to stay in a Maasai village. What an experience. We nearly didn't make it due to bad roads but we got there. Once the tarmac ends its very bumpy!!!

We picked up Steve, our local Maasai host along the way. Once at his village we set up camp just on the outside and enjoyed a hot chocolate before heading into the village for our tour. We ...

Loita Hills, the Masai village

A travel blog entry by mengyoujia on Sep 25, 2014

3 photos

If civilization can be summarized as cruelty executed with intellectual precision, the proud Masai are a people that have never succumbed to its allure. We visited a Masai village on top of Loita Hills in the Masai Reserve, where Steven, the very young but grounded local guide, invited us to sit and talk with him in his hut. It was a typical hut made of wooden sticks, mud and cow dung, about fifteen square metres big and 1.6 metres tall. In the ...

Serengeti to Ngorangora Crater

A travel blog entry by trippingallover on Jul 18, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

Travel Day! Long day in the truck. Some bad luck...these gravel roads... Rear window on truck got broken. We lost two lunches (we all celebrated that, except for the driver) and all permits that were stuck to the window. We had to go back and find the broken window to retrieve the permits in order to continue our trip. We ...