House In The Wild

Olerai Farm, Narok, 00502, Kenya | Rental
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Travel Blogs from Narok

Sleeping with the Maasai

A travel blog entry by daveanddale

Broke camp at 8am for the long drive to Loita Hills. After a lunch stop and a shopping expedition at Narok and terrible rutted muddy roads including creek crossings finally arrived. The campsite surprisingly had a flushing toilet and cold water showers that we weren't keen to experience. The campsite was alongside a small creek very well grassed and only a 100 m from the Maasai village. We ...

Days 5/6 Masai Mara

A travel blog entry by sarahrees


... have four cubs, but because they have to hunt straight after giving birth (they can't while they are heavily pregnant) they often lose very young cubs to eagles and other predators. Not long after we left the cheetah, Dean spotted a pride of lions! We took the 4x4 off road and stopped towards the front of the group. Amazingly they didn't change direction, but kept walking straight past us to a shady ...

Masai Mara, Kenya

A travel blog entry by longwayhomenz


... bunch up tight and 2 face one direction and the other 2 face the opposite direction. This gives them 360 degree view to see any predators. Their stripes confuse predators, and it was quite tricky to see where the zebra started and ended when they were in their formation. The Zebra did this as our big truck stopped near them. Baboons - although entertaining to watch and laugh at (from a distance), if Baboons are around, then it usually means no Leopard ...

One to cross off bucket list

A travel blog entry by lindb


... the migration crossing points, and if we were very lucky - see an actual crossing. The first thing you notice being outside if the conservation is the sheer number of vehicles. I know this is height if season , but the "white mini vans" from Nairobi where everywhere! Dixon was not a fan of these drivers, so avoided them like the plague. As we were driving around we would see a large number if white vans, up to as many as 15 congregated around one ...

Life on the truck

A travel blog entry by missbridgee


... it delights the children as our big yellow truck goes by and the wave and wave until we wave back. We stop at a Masai village on our traveling day and meet the Masai warriors and there families. Living in small huts made by the women, having a few wives, living off only cows (blood, milk and meat), and where the higher you jump the more wives you can have it was insightful... The first few game drives fly by and at the end the common animals are no longer quite as ...


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