Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area
... As we approached the tree we could see a cheetah – “No,”
says Godwin, “There’s FOUR.”
And he was right. A mother and for grown-up cubs.
I couldn’t believe how close we were able to drive slowly up
without disturbing them. I could have sat and watched them all day. Thank
goodness for digital cameras – I would have gone through lots of film!
Eventually we left ...
... married. We were briefly invited into the ceremony.
Keen to try the local cuisines, we stopped for lunch under the jungle canopy where local women had been working hard all morning to prepare a banquet of food. We tried several local dishes washing it down with local brewed banana beer. Which tasted more like vinegar than beer.
After lunch we continued with our tour, where ...
... 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 five Allin cousins to catch them up, the 3 of us shot a video of our room (I'm sure that will be a disaster when we show everyone) & back to the main lobby to have some pre-dinner drinks & another lovely dinner which was so fancy, we had to have our very best table manners! We met the manager, Markus, who even knew where Jasper was & wanted to visit it to fly fish. Off to slumberland in the oh, so soft & comfy bed in our hobbit house! Sweet ...
... animals never leave, while a few may migrate through the area. It is known for it's large concentration of lions, but there are also thousands of zebra, buffalo, wildebeests, and gazelles.
It was an amazing day of wildlife viewing. We only stopped when there was an animal or bird very close to the road. It is a steep drive down from the highlands to the caldera floor. Once we arrived our guides heard ...