Tloma Mountain Lodge, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Tloma Mountain Lodge, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area
... Along the way we passed many Maasai tending their cattle.
We finally reached Rhino Lodge – our accommodation for the
night – just outside the Ngorongoro Crater.
We settled in to our rooms and had a shower. We gathered
down in the lounge area (slowly – one by one) and had a few drinks before
We had quite a nice buffet dinner before calling it a night
fairly early. Tomorrow will be ...
... problems. Through the foundation they have managed to install 350 chimneys to several tribes as well as providing solar lighting.
That evening as Chris watched Newcastle Utd his team be thrashed in their first game, I went out around the town in search of a Fish painting that had caught my eye that morning. After almost an hour of hard negotiating I had managed to get the price down from $120 to ...
... with the clouds, lake, and mountains.
After a long day we go my new hotel for the night, another tented camp. And as promised again, it has a toilet, a shower, a full bed, and is like a hotel room with tented walls. Although again there's no electricity except at night for a couple hours when they run the generator. No wifi at all here either, which is good.
I get to bed right after dinner since we are planning to get up very early to go see the Hadzabe ...
... the wildlife, plants, politics of Tanzania & Africa. We entered the Park & almost immediately we had a ton of olive baboons come up to the jeep & jump on the hood!! There were some little black babies meaning they were only 2 weeks old or less as they travel on the underside of their mother so eagles & predators can't get them. Once they're older, they get the olive color to blend in & then can ride on their moms backs. We ...
We had another easy morning starting with coffee delivered to our room. The service here has been fantastic.
In the morning we spent way too much time learning about Iraqw life. We went to the "cultural center" that was two huts - one old and one new. The old one was partially built underground with a sod roof to disguise it from the raiding Masai. The new one has partially ...