Singita Faru Faru Lodge
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park
... a family of banded mongoose and lots of birds….another dry dusty day on the Serengeti so back to camo for sundowners and a shower! Had some packing to do because we are moving on tomorrow on a short flight to the Ngorongora Crater just south of the Serengeti. Then another nice dinner served by our butler Didas and off to bed knowing that since we weren’t doing a morning game drive, we could have the luxury of sleeping in to ...
... multiple layers of rocks, where the fossils have been found. It really was fascinating to learn all about this history that we had been so oblivious to - definitely worth a visit if you’re around! That concludes our few posts on our week long safari adventure. Thanks to our guide Daniel’s epic eyesight and off road navigating, we had an an experience we won’t forget, with plenty of stories to tell for years to come. ...
... tented camp on lake Burunge, enjoying a well earned Serengeti & pouring over our photos.
Day 2 we return back into Tarangire. It is hot & sunny & we enjoy another day. Once again, incredible sightings , herds of giraffe, elephants ' zebra, ostrich asleep on the road, there are babies everywhere, tiny warthogs, baboons, elephants, the short rains of December allow for good breeding opportunities. The highlight of the day ...
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 ...
... 11h00 which means that three days later we must be out of the park by 11h00. They work on 24 hour periods and even though we were spending the night, we paid for three days, and two nights camping at Seronera.We saw quite a bit but going in at Midday wasn't the ideal.We met up with a couple from Yzerfontein who had done a very similar trip to us. So good to compare experiences especially the crossing into Tanzania at ...