House In The Wild

Address: Naretoi, Narok, 00502, Kenya | Rental
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    Travel Blogs from Narok

    Full day at Rekero

    A travel blog entry by alandliz on Feb 12, 2015

    11 photos

    Up before dawn, coffee and cookies, then out for a game drive. Saw the usual cast of characters. Back for lunch and siesta. Tea and cake at 4 then game drive until dark. Sundowner on the Mara, then back to the hotel for campfire drinks and dinner. ...

    Naboisho to Rekero

    A travel blog entry by alandliz on Feb 10, 2015

    4 photos

    ... is set in trees above a river with lots of hippos and crocs. After dark we have to be escorted as there are animals such as hippos and elephants wandering between the tents. In contrast to Roelof and his big gun our escorts here have a little spear. Anyway, that night we heard hippos walking right past our tent, probably 5 feet from where Liz was ...

    On to Naboisho

    A travel blog entry by alandliz on Feb 08, 2015

    4 photos

    Left for Naboisho after eating breakfast on the lawn at Lewa. Alan was co-pilot and did a fine job as we landed safely without any wings falling off. Naboisho is on the Masai Mara. Some different animals here and the numbers are getting greater. The wildebeest are here in great numbers and have a lot of babies, and that means lots of predators around for an easy meal. After ...

    From Lake Nakaru to Maasai Mara National Park

    A travel blog entry by kinruss on Jan 13, 2015

    23 photos

    ... few kilometres from the gate set up in the hill so we have a view.

    Small monkeys prance outside the windows as we eat and a bush baby that looks like a possum sleeps on the rafters.

    Sunset on the Mara was splendid, recent rains means there is much grass and less dust. although the wildebeest migration finished some months ago, there are still herds meandering south towards the Tanzanian border which is only a few kilometres from us.

    The Kill

    A travel blog entry by 9gotoafrica on Oct 01, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... seconds but most definitely a highlight of the trip for us all. The girls were quite understandably a little put off by the in justice of it all but hey it is just nature.

    We were all still buzzing as we recommenced our trip. Within a short time we came across a pride of lions with some cubs that were just a week or two old. The cries of "how cute" etc etc from the girls showed that they were over the trauma of the ...