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Travel Blogs from Masai Mara National Reserve
... lunch in the car, we had an interesting discussion of the effects of climate change on various aspects of the Serengeti ecosystem. It was the perfect place for this discussion, as the unseasonable presence of the migration in the northern Serengeti was a consequence of altered weather patterns resulting from climate change. While the rains are providing ample forage for the grazers in the north, the western section of the Serengeti is now being deprived of ...
Masai Mara National Reserve weekend was an absolute blast! We left on Saturday morning and headed to Lolgorian, which took nearly five hours. The trip was really beautiful because it took us through various mountain ranges and areas of Kenya that are very culturally strong, which I will explain later. As the trip progressed, I realized that the valley we saw when overlooking the observation area, the one on our way to Lake Nakuru, was where we passed through on our ...
... we had about an hour to relax before our first safari. In our free hour we all went to the pool and relaxed for a little. While we were all enjoying the pool the little monkeys from the trees above started to come and explore what we were doing. Obviously, from our past experiences with monkeys, some of us were feeling a little skittish at this point.
At around 4pm we were on our way out for our first safari. Unfortunately, it ...
... with 3 live goats balanced between them! In the last two hours we saw gazelle, zebras, wart hogs, topi, impala, cape buffalo, élan, wildebeest, elephants, ostriches, hyrax, mongoose, and a spotted hyena with three small cubs! There were many interesting birds too. pinch me! I felt like we were watching the Nat'l Geographic channel! Garfield and I took lots of photos so hope to get them uploaded soon. Our accommodations are in the boonies but so interesting. We ...
We leave the Wild Source Research Camp at 7 A.M. and head for the local Ndutu air strip. Our one hour flight to Tarime near Lake Victoria is on time. Bill has arranged for us to be transferred from Tarime to the Kenya border crossing at Migori via local SUVs. Our drivers convey us first to Tanzanian Immigration where we process out of Tanzania. We pile back in the vehicles and drive a short distance to the Kenyan side where we buy our entry visas.
The subsequent ...