Mt. Kilimanjaro: Tucker and Team View Wildlife

Posted by: Mark Tucker | July 24, 2013
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Kilimanjaro

The day went like clockwork. We had a great breakfast and then hopped in our vehicles for a short drive to the entrance of the Ngorongoro National Park.  The day was cloudy and cool to start, but by the time we descended some two thousand feet, to floor of the largest unbroken and unflooded caldera in the world, the sun was a shining. I would guess that we only saw about 20% of the 30,000 animals that live in the crater.  On our way back to the amazing Plantation Lodge for another night we stopped into a Masai Village for a tour and some special shopping options. Tomorrow brings us to the home of more elephants per square mile than anywhere else in the world, Tarangire National Park. Somebody has to do it, wish you were here.

RMI Guide Mark Tucker

Team enjoying breakfast. Photo: Mark Tucker

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