Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for National Parks who were just as confused as to why we did not want a tour and said they "thought" we might need a guide but we're not sure and we could enquire from the park ranger when we got there. So leaving the bikes safely in the Rann compound at Ashura we piled into the car with camping gear and set off for the three hour drive. Now Tanzania is a fabulous place, if a bit expensive for foreigners to visit the sights, but making processes simple is ...
Up at 5:15am, got dressed and packed, and ate some tea and cookies for an early morning drive out to the Hadza tribe today. Should be very cool!
We drive in the dark to the current location of the Hadzabe tribe. We get out of the car and walk up to a cave, where a group of Hadzabe men are sitting around a fire talking and laughing. There are also lots of cute dogs everywhere. Apparently the men and women are usually separate, with the men doing the hunting and ...
... Lodge sits at a very high point on the rim with stunning views into the crater and beyond to the distant volcanos. The location of this lodge is perfect. The rooms large and comfortable all with good views but unfortunately sound from the next room travels through the adjoining door in the sun room sitting area. A large buffet meal with excellent food then another good ...
... 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 ...
... African sun, our driver suddenly slammed on the brakes… in the distance we saw a bunch of zebras just take off (potential for a predator to be around). Daniel looked across about ½ a KM away and said there was a cheetah… a what? Are you kidding? How the hell can you see that so far away!! Trusting his instinct, he drove in further to the site and there it was - a cheetah lying under a tree resting in the sun. We parked ...