The Manor At Ngorongoro
Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Today's blog comes to you from the Ngorongoro Crater the world renowned crater that is home to many thousands of diverse species. Created many thousands of years ago by a wayward meteor (this is actually far, far from the truth. It seems our guide told me a slight 'story' on realising gullibility is well engrained within myself. Please see tomorrow …
20th April, day 14 and half way thru of our memorable time in Southern and Eastern Africa. Today we enjoy a free day at our ever so peaceful and quaint home for a few days at The Manor. It is 10am as I write the beginning to today's entry from the uber comfortable lounge of this Dutch influenced home away from home. I awoke this morning to the …
Let's start today with where we left off yesterday. That being how nice it is to know just what's coming. We all started today thinking we knew what marvels we'd be in for in our expedition to Ngorongoro Crater. Yet we all returned from our ten hour game drive with our expectations firmly met and having had an experience we could not at all, in any …
January 4th, Game Drive #6
We were up and eating breakfast around 6:00am, at Reggie's insistence. There are definitely some things you need to wake up early to see. We drove back into the center of the crater, and saw about 6 lions in the grass that were watching zebra in the distance. A few stood up and advanced as if they …
... of our group was also up and lucky for her she just heard the rustling and but didn't see them!
We hire 4x4's to take us down into the crater, costing $200 each. We can open the top and stand on the seats to get a qood view. From the rim there doesn't seen much going on, but when you get down it is teeming with wildlife.
We see a lioness drag her zebra kill under a tree.The giraffe is one animal that can't get down here due to the weight in their necks and ...
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