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

Loita Hills, the Masai village

A travel blog entry by mengyoujia on Sep 25, 2014

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If civilization can be summarized as cruelty executed with intellectual precision, the proud Masai is a people that has 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

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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 ...

Serengeti Safari

A travel blog entry by trippingallover on Jul 16, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

Left our camp in central Serengeti at about 8:30 moving to our northern camp today doing safari along the way. A lot of driving on bouncy roads. Saw lots more of everything today but still no rhinoceros. Only 30 in this whole park so odds not good! Supposedly we saw one yesterday at a real distance, no roads to go closer but I couldn't tell it from the buffaloes even ...

Sayari camp - chilling out

A travel blog entry by rbobski on Feb 25, 2014

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We breakfast with the giraffes right outside the dining tent. We bid farewell to the Wild Source staff - they have taken great care of us! We fortunately fly on a Cessna caravan, 12 passenger plane. Plane arrives with a female pilot, so at Jeff's urging I ask her if I can fly right seat. Sweet ride with my Serengeti sister. Much better than 10 hrs of washboard torture and no ...


A travel blog entry by julirourke on Feb 01, 2014

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... to hang outside the staff room they had built.

We did see a few sights on the way back to Nairobi, thankfully Jon took a good few photographs so I will share them (now that I can) rather than describe them.

We were really lucky on the safari, the short time we were there we saw, giraffe's, a rhino (really far away), ostrich and lions. The lions were definitely the highlight, they came so close to us, even crossing right in front of the bus.