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
... and stop at the lookout, it is a spellbinding view of the valley below with herds of buffalo and wildebeest and Zebra to be seen in the distance. We pushed on up the hill to Simba campsite where we discovered that we are the ONLY self drive vehicle in this busy campground where ten seat stretch Land Cruisers and big overland tour buses are the norm. Tents have sprung up like mushrooms and most people are queuing to use the showers. We bargain for some ...
... doing the cooking and general house work. If the men fail at hunting, the women will gather fruit and nuts to eat.
After some welcome and introductions, and seeing some of their hunting equipment, we take off for a morning of hunting. The Hadzabe men move really quickly though these woods and bushes! I'm excited for the hike here, even if we don't catch anything (I'm partially hoping we don't catch something, as I'm not sure how I'd handle a wounded ...
... we saw another one later in the day. There are thousands of wildebeasts and hundreds of zebras in this park. There is no migration in the crater so these animals all just hang around and feed of the year round vegetation and fresh water from the hills and mountains around the crater. We spent lots of amusing time watching the wildebeasts chasing each other around and butting heads in preparation for the upcoming mating season, watching the beautiful zebras and looking ...
... distance! We speed up to try to get a better view.
The black rhinoceros or hook-lipped rhinoceros is referred to as black but its colors vary from brown to grey. The black rhino is a browser and they are solitary animals. The other African rhinoceros is the white rhinoceros. Naiman tells us the name "white" was a misinterpretation of the Afrikaans word for "wide" which was derived from ...
... of vultures? They are not eating the zebra, because they can see the lions near by.” Makes perfect sense when you put it like that - so we searched for the lions the vultures could see!
The scene which unfolded was amazing to witness. We did indeed find a young lion and his lioness mother resting after a meal of half zebra and chips from the local take away. Panting and resting, they eventually fell asleep. One eye on ...