Ngorongoro Crater

This is our second day in the Ngorongoro Crater.  We’ve seen plenty of the natural wildlife including lions, zebras, wildebeest, elephants and hyena. A rare sighting,  a spotted Leopard, was found this morning in an area of the crater floor known as “the forest” .

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  1. Tito

    Big Time Safaris – Big Time LiarsWe are no first – timers in Africa, we did a lot of srfaais before but this safari- company won the price …First we asked for a 4 4 – answer: yes we are doing this safari with a 4 4. As we found out is is not a 4 4 they told us: no need for a 4 4 because there is no rein in MaisaiMara ( only in the rest of East-Africa) and there will be no mud( different soil then in the rest of East-Afrika). In reality there was a lot of mud because there was a lot of rain the last 10 days and we’ve got stuck several times.There was a written time table for the trip. No need for that: Several changes in time and order made this piece of paper useless.Our Hotel at Lake Nakuro was of course fully booked at arrival and of course the cheap Hotel nearby was the “same” standard. (Lie again)They told us: you are lucky; there will be only 2 more people in your car – the same people the whole trip. Lie again: there were 4 more people in this car plus our “driver guide”.The driver guide was as they told us an experienced guide. Lie again: he was a bad driver and a useless guide. He didn’t knew anything about the park, didn’t knew anything about the animals – instead he told us lies about the animals, didn’t fount any animals at all by him self. Tom talked instead constantly in his phone. He talked of course in his phone “just for our best” and was unable to stop for different animal for security reasons. ( More lies…)At the end he threw our luggage in the mud as we ended our disappointing safari.

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