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Colchester, United Kingdom
July 3, 2004
The next morning we ventured on the Amboselli, a totally different park in all aspects. Zebra, Elephants and Gazelles were in abundance here. We stayed at Ol Tukai, heaven on earth, it is beautiful -- stay here if you can.
Our third morning was spent traveling four hours on to Tsavo West. The game here was more illusive but still very good. This is where we watched a cheetah for over an hour stalking some gazelles and a lion so close we could of touched him. Our hotel here was Voi Lodge, the rooms are very basic but clean and the food was quite good.
The next morning we traveled to Salk Lick. This is a much smaller park and very nice. The Hilton Salt Lick is a wonderful place to stay, excellent in every way. The game here was amazing; we watched a Lioness with her three month-old cubs for well over an hour, whilst her mate could be heard calling from the hills.
It is quite tiring doing the safari but so rewarding. I don’t think that I could ever go to a zoo again!
From journal Kenya - Royal Reserve Safari & Beach Club
July 30, 2003
You should always remember lodges. They're situated at breathtaking places at the top of the hills and the service is excellent. We spent a night at Ngulia Safari Lodge and you should certainly like to do the same. Besides the wildlife, the scenes all over Tsavo were absolutely wonderful, especially the stunning sunrise.
From journal Quiet Kenya
by JW Gray
January 19, 2003
Aside from the ease of the arrangements, the trip itself was wonderful. The abundance of wildlife was simply amazing: everywhere we turned, we saw scores of elephants, zebras, and giraffes. We were able to get up close to a pride of lions while they napped under the shade of a tree. We saw hippos, crocs, antelopes, baboons, and even a leopard. About the only thing we were unsuccessful at spotting was a rhino.
In addition to the animals, the scenery in the shadows of Kilamanjaro was absolutely breathtaking.
From journal 1st Trip to Kenya