Ngorongoro Farmhouse

Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area

The worlds biggest continuous mountain rim crater

A travel blog entry by jimhilbert

... have said that Lake Nakuru was the best site I had seen in my life, but this crater blew me away. It is 200 and something square kilometres and is a ceircle of mountain. Apparently it was a huge volcano that ciollapsed inside itself one centrury. The walls are about 2300 metres high and animals live inside the huge culdera. The sight was simply stunning. We again got back in the vehicle for a drive around the crater rim to our hotel. Sopa again had us a mile down the complex ...

Going on Safari!

A travel blog entry by katyflo


... as many words as I could think of and as many pictures I could show, nothing could ever show how beautiful this place looks when you're driving down the walls of the crater at sun rise. The first animals we saw were zebras and the way they looked against the crater backdrop and the sun poking through the mist was just incredible.

Buffalos, wildebeests, (they really are funny looking old man-like looking animals!), impalas... and then Hans ...

The Cradle of Civilization

A travel blog entry by keithandkim

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... to the left. We see in the distance walking away from us a lion… but then we see what all the commotion is about. There are 2 very small cubs with her walking into the distance. Godfrey quickly whips the vehicle around and down a side road in an intercept path with the momma and cubs. We watch as she crosses the grassy depression and right in front of our vehicle. The little cubs were probably 3-4 weeks old and just out of the ...

Ndutu: Meeting the Great Migration

A travel blog entry by leomcyr


... Once there he sucks water into his trunk and sprays himself. After a few minutes, he ambles off and leaves us to expel the breath we were unconsciously holding.

At 4 PM we find a lion pride consisting of two females and four cubs. The females recently left the much larger Marsh Pride. We will see them several more times in the days to come. We note the females are accomplished hunters for all have full bellies and are only ...

Kipili to Katavi

A travel blog entry by ru.benpabst


... keep on the watch as they are quick to pounce on any food items. At night we are visited by a Genet (type of wild cat, slightly larger than a house cat). Next morning we head for town and on the way see a Kingdom Hall, not too far from the Campsite. The meeting times are outside of our stay. Fortunately there is a Toyota Agent in Kigoma. They repair the bracket, but have ...


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