Singita Faru Faru Lodge
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Singita Faru Faru Lodge Serengeti National Park
Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park
... for living in Africa for a full summer—you guys are serious rockstars. You must
have had a lot of cold showers.
people who have reached out to us via text/whatsapp/groupme/facebook and that
have been very patient with our spotty wifi responses. Thanks for keeping us posted on your lives—we
really appreciate it :)
... The mothers and babies were in a group. We watched the big buck walk about a 100 yards to where they were.
Then about an hour from our lodge we ran into the migration. We stopped, surrounded by wildebeests and zebras. They seemed to run back and forth without any direction. But their instinct will take them north where the rain will be falling this time of year. We had ...
... truck, we saw a cheetah and her two cubs on the other!! It was incredible! The cubs were playing and fighting and it was just magical. We saw the same big pride of lions but this time there were some some little two to three week old cubs who were adorable! We also saw elephants, giraffes, hippos, a Nile croc, baboons, ground hornbills, lilac bellied roller (bird) and some mongoose.
Once back at camp we had a few hours before lunch and a few more hours until our ...
We started before dawn with a game drive while the other half of the group did a balloon ride over the Serengeti. We opted out of the balloon ride since it was very pricey at $500 per person.
Our guide, Samson, had a knack for spotting and knowing the territories and habits of the animals. (He said he had a dream but we suspect he had a radio). Our first sighting was a pride of 2 male lions, 4-6 females and ...
We are now spending 3 quiet days at a cute little lodge in the Speke Bay, Lake Victoria. Lake Victoria, named after Queen Victoria, is the second largest lake in the world, after Lake Superior. It is the biggest lake in Africa covering about 80'000 km2, twice the size of little Switzerland!!! 51% is on Tanzanian territory (they are very proud about that), about 43% belongs to Uganda and the few % left to Kenya. The lake is not very deep but ...