Ruaha, Mwagusi Camp, and Masoko Tours made an unforgettable and awesome three days.
Neema, Mpeli, Maka, Sam, Bonnie, and I saw the beauty of Ruaha and its residents. We enjoyed being with our friends at Mwagusi (Chris Fox, owner, and Trudy, manager). Bonnie and I love the camp because it's open--the animals roam through the camp at all hours of the day and night. The dry river makes for an outstanding view. The highlight is always the evening dinner in the river bed by the fire and lanterns. The food was outstanding. We saw more baby elephants than we have ever seen. They were all characters. The lions were out from full manes to three brothers--who had a hippo meal. There were so many colorful birds. The fish eagle is like our bald eagle---a truly magnificent bird.
Nothing is more relaxing than resting in front of the banda taking in the beauty of a sunrise, sunset, or a bright afternoon. You are always welcome to join us on a trip. Maka can arrange everything.
By the way, Masoko tours is one of the businesses started to support Daily Bread Life Children's Home. The COVID pandemic has been devastating to the tourism industry and Masoko has really been hit hard. Let us help you help them and help the children of DBLCH.
We drove 11 hours to Arusha on Thursday so we could cross the Kenya Border on early Friday morning. All arranged by Maka, Masoko Tours. Friday morning we head out with our great friend and partner, Duncan taking us to Limuru to begin our Kenya part of the trip.