Tloma Mountain Lodge, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps
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Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area
... some, and so he buys a sack full of them for a fraction of what it would normally cost him. A few times Rajai has mentioned how he likes meeting Keynans since they speak Swahili with a funny accent - and there's one here who even I can tell speaks with a very different accent.
Next we take off for Lake Eyasi right at sunset. It's so vast and beautiful, in the shadow of Ngorongoro. It's also fairly shallow, and it's been dry, so the lake has receded a lot. An ...
... the first time we will have to pull out our fleece jackets.
After lunch we were back in the vehicles to a Masai village where we were met with a traditional welcome dance, participated in a jumping contest for the men and a necklace dance for the women. We heard a bit about the family that lived here and had a chance to see inside a traditional hut and see the 3 to 6 year old children in kindergarten. We had a bit of a ************ handicrafts after that but ...
Ngorongoro Crater is the main feature of the Ngorongoro Conservation District. It is the world's largest inactive, intact, and unfilled volcanic caldera. The crater is 2,000 feet deep and the floor covers 100 square miles. The elevation of the crater floor is 5,900 feet abouve sea level. The animals that live in ...
... and the other on the half eaten zebra, we waited. Firstly an eagle came and landed not far from the zebra. It walked cautiously to the zebra and started to peck away - keeping one eye on it’s meal and another on the lions nearby. Over the next 30mins he was joined one by one by the vultures each of them flying in carefully for a quick meal and watching the lions the whole time. We could now see 10 vultures all happily having a ...
... seven prides living in the crater. We saw both lionesses, cubs, and adult male lions close to the road. A group of lions walked over to our parked jeeps. This was in the late morning when the sun was out and the heat rising. One adult lioness and two cubs decided to crawl under the jeep in front of us and lie down in the shade. When that happens, your jeep can't move until the lions decide they're ready to move on! It poured rain during lunch. In the afternoon ...