Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area
... a lot. An amazing sunset 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 ...
... a great up close experience. Then almost straight after we were lucky enough to see the endangered black rhino. Other new sitings included flamingos, a green mumba in the reeds and lots of little birds. Another highlight was a hyena with a zebra leg in its mouth! There were so many hyenas in the crater - they are so ugly but also really interesting as they display quite complex ...
... written up on it and the whole class chanting away. Felt like a special moment to be part of this for a very short while - even if the cynic in me says they probably rushed all the children there to ‘act’ out their part for us when we arrived.
I have to admit to buying a cow bone bracelet and a beaded necklace with a cow bone giraffe dangling from it.
Another great meal tonight provided for us at the wonderful camp site. Played ...
... 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 ...
... until the government relocated them. They do not eat any wild animals, so they pose no threat to the wildlife. They are the only tribe allowed to live in this and other conservation areas. The crater is full of life. We saw Cape buffalo, an Augur buzzard, flamingoes, lions, black-backed jackals, spotted hyenas eating a bone until a lion came to take it away, hippos, an elephant graveyard, wildebeest, zebras, a Kori bustard (bird), a superb starling, and more ...