Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... experience was good.
We were up at 5am, breakfast with lots of coffee at 5:30, in the vehicles at 6am to be at the crater gate when it opens at 6:30. Although we left in the dark it was light by the time we headed down although the fog/mist made it a tough time for our driver Sal today. He and all the other drivers have been both great drivers and very knowledgeable guides.
The first great sighting was a black rhinoceros which not everyone gets to see. ...
... word wijd for wide. This referred to its square upper lip. The white rhino is found in South Africa and they are social, grazing animals. We bounce along and finally stop to watch this wonderful beast!
Most of the roads in the Ngorongoro Crater could be described as "washboard". There is a nice brick road for six kilometers that is welcomed happily as we ascend to 7200 feet ...
... animals include the black rhinocerous, and that is high on our list of animals yet to see. (There are no white rhinocerous in Tanzania.) There are no giraffe in the crater. We see many zebras, wildebeest, gazelles and Cape Buffalo. I am fascinated with the zebras and learn that the females and young have a ...
... the women's beadwork. The prices were even higher than previous Maasai had quoted. Still, I bought a beaded fly swatter made from the tail of a Wildebeest. The negotiation started at $45, and I got it for $20. The Maasai seem happy with their lives. They live simply, and value large families (men have multiple wives and father many children) and their cattle, which allow them to be self-sufficient. They do not eat any animal other than cattle, and they don't kill ...
Up at 6 to take the tent down then had pancakes with banana and pancake syrup and honey on for breakfast. We then drove for 1.5hrs to reach the village of Mto wa Mbu where we participated in a local community village program. A small village community, Mto Wa Mbu offers an excellent way to get a close-up look at life in an African town away from ...