Katavi National Park

Katavi National Park

indoor camping next to a horde of chilling Hippos to avoid the roaming Lions

Location: 

Katavi National Park, B 8, Sitalike, Tanzania

Duration: 

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Katavi National Park (missed)
  2. Indoor camping at the Hippo Pool because of the Lions
  3. Meeting the first corrupt Policemen (talking our way out)
  4. Fresh Mandasi and Chai for breakfast in a local hut
  5. Sleeping next to a horde of bathing and chilling Hippos

Image sources

  1. National Park Memorial
  2. Overlooking the Park
  3. Beautiful tree at the Camp
  4. Observing the Hippos
  5. Finding a cooler spot

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