Singita Faru Faru Lodge
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... safer places to get a flattie.
For about 15 minutes we stood on the side of the track, keeping alert to any noises that might tell us a large animal was approaching, as Mohammed quickly set about changing the tyre while the driver of another safari vehicle stopped to help. It was with a degree of comfort that we climbed back into the safari vehicle and started back on our way. We stopped about 20 minutes later at a delightful (and safe) picnic spot for ...
... passenger. As the sun came up we were flying over Lake Victoria in Tanzania which is the second largest lake in the world (after Lake Superior!)
We cleared customs in Mwanza and started our "airstrip hopping" where the planes picks up and drops off passengers - we had one stop in the northern Serengeti, a second stop in the central Serengeti and then our stop at Ndutu in the southern Serengeti. All easy ...
... they become prey for lions and other predators including crocodiles at two river crossings. This was so exciting to see. I can't even imagine what it would be like to see the massive herds crossing the rivers.
We stopped at a rest stop for a little break and a chance to climb a small hill for the view. A few yards up the trail we were greeted by four elephants - two adults and two babies. The bull was in the trees at the bottom. At the top of ...
... photos, it was time explore the Serengeti once again, optimistic that we were going to see another leopard or cheetah. That is when the reality of safari set in… Reality of Safari The day was fairly frustrating - lots of driving with little reward, if any at all. It was around this time I tried to put into words how frustrating animal searching can be.. here is my attempt “if it looks like a lion, smells like a ...
... it's wet, the roads are mud & we slip & slide & are jolted around. Campbell is grinning- it's 4WD in the extreme & he loves it. We get to the river & it's big & fast but vechiles are crossing with ease, as do we. Eventually we make it to Lake Manyara Park & begin our Safari, the vegetation is jungle, it is rich & lush compared to the dry plains of Tarangire. We drive through the tropical rain forest seeing ...