Ngorongoro Farmhouse

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Ngorongoro Crater

A travel blog entry by angelakent on Aug 01, 2014

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... cubs. We were amused that one of the lionesses was carrying around a plastic bag. We also added a silver back jackal to our wildlife list. As we were driving around viewing other wildlife (mostly grazers) our driver got word of something special and took off driving quickly across the crater floor. Jordana speculated that we would only drive like this for rhino, and she was right! We got to see the elusive black rhino! These animals are highly endangered ...


A travel blog entry by schellenberg on Jul 24, 2014

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... get out of the fog, which actually was a big cloud, and get a beautiful view on the Crater Highlands. It's a beautiful scenery, all green, spotted with several Maasai villages. Very quiet up here, just herds and herds of cattle..After a 2 hours drive we arrive at the Empakai Crater, the one we are going to hike into! It is filled with salt water, 60 metres deep. The hike down is pretty easy and once we are down we walk around the lake, which is about 8km ...

The worlds biggest continuous mountain rim crater

A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Jun 22, 2014

... 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 on May 17, 2014

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... all. I was very glad they weren't because it meant that we got to watch these 4 cheetahs eating for ages. They finished up and they walked off into the bush, then we drove off again to see what else we could see but I think all three of us remained in shock at what we'd just witnessed for quite a while!

Tarangire is also home to a lot of very cheeky Velvet monkeys, which we soon learnt during our lunch! They were hanging around and must have ...

The Cradle of Civilization

A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Feb 26, 2014

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... only a few treed forests in the crater passing a hyena and funny warthog with a bird on his back. once in the trees we find a huge group of baboons just hanging around the fallen trees. We find more elephants in the trees as well before we make our way back to the plains of the crater.

As we drive into the crater centre we hear a Swahilli message blasted over the CB radio. Godfrey quickly makes his way over to a large group of ...


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