Amboseli National Park Nightlife

  • Maasai performers at the lodge
    Maasai performers at the lodge
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  • Waterbucks snacking near the lodge at night
    Waterbucks snacking near the lodge at...
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  • The singer & the fireplace
    The singer & the fireplace
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    Amboseli Serena Lodge: Songs around the fire

    by BorneoGrrl Updated Sep 3, 2007

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    The singer & the fireplace

    A musician sings with his guitar after dinner time at the Amboseli Serena Lodge. It is especially nice to sit and watch him sing some Kenyan music as we warmed ourselves by the fire in the chilly night.

    This night entertainment is held behind the lodge's restaurant. If you're lucky, you can spot some wildlife in the bush coming for a drink or maybe to enjoy the music too

    Dress Code: Casual

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    Amboseli Serena Lodge: Night Safari

    by BorneoGrrl Written Sep 2, 2007

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    Waterbucks snacking near the lodge at night

    There is a small waterhole behind the Amboseli Serena Lodge where animals come to have a drink of water. The area is covered by trees and bush but more often that not, you will be surprised by the sight of a Waterbuck or other animals that dare venture close to humans.

    While the animals are free to roam, the guests are not. We were advised to keep a distance when the animals are around.

    Dress Code: Casual

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    • Photography

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    Amboseli Serena: Maasai Tribal Performance

    by BorneoGrrl Updated Sep 2, 2007

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    Maasai performers at the lodge

    The Amboseli Serena organizes Maasai tribal dance performance at the lodge so for those who would like to watch it, you will be able to every night. It is inclusive in your package and there are no admission fees.

    Watch the Maasai performers as they sing traditional songs and dance around the stage area, including the high leaps by the male dancers

    Dress Code: Casual

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    Amboseli Serena Lodge: Maasai dance lessons anyone?

    by BorneoGrrl Written Aug 29, 2007

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    Maasai performers

    When staying the game park, you're expected to return to your lodge by 7.00pm so there isn't much to do but either stay in the room or hang around the hotel. Thankfully the lodge organizes some activities for guest to spend the time after dinner.

    One of them is the Maasai dance lesson in the evenings but be ready to do some serious jumping. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes because the Masaai dance is quite energetic

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    Right outside your lodge!: Nightime Jungle sounds

    by Homanded Written Nov 18, 2006

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    Relaxing early morning

    Sometimes, the most enjoyable time can be spent doing nothing. This is partiucarly true of Kenya's National parks.
    In Amboseli, quietly sitting outside our cabin's patio we could listen to elephants trumpeting in the early morning or a lion calling out to his mates to mark his territory in the middle of the night.
    If you've ever watched a television special and only seen/heard this on TV you will gain a new appreciation once you witness it for yourself.

    Make the most of your trip, absorb the sounds, the smells and the surroundings which is Kenya. You never know if you'll have another opportunity to say "Hey, I just heard a lion roar"!

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    PUBLIC CAMP-SITE: "GETTING LATE!"

    by safardreams Written Feb 22, 2003

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    Hard to get all this "stuff" in order. After a long
    drive to AMBOSELI, then the GAME DRIVES!
    Trying to get together in the darkness! But,
    you have to spend time on the drives. If that means less time for set-up! TOO BAD!
    10/2001

    Dress Code: NONE!

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    PUBLIC CAMP-SITE: FIRST KENYAN CAMP-FIRE!

    by safardreams Written Feb 17, 2003

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    Would you believe these guys never did a campfire like this while on safari!! They were
    using that charcoal thing. I suggested the
    BIG-FIRE.Like the kind I had in ZIMBABWE!
    They loved it. We kept doing it. To this day,
    these guys still do fires like this. They talk
    to other travelers about the fires we had!

    Dress Code: WHAT-CODE??

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    PUBLIC CAMP-SITE: TOO EARLY TO BE SO DARK!

    by safardreams Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Just relax and chill out in the AFRICAN BUSH!
    These guys talk and talk! But, John very tired
    from the heat and all the driving! Almost time to say bye to AMBOSELI!
    10/2001

    Dress Code: NONE

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    PUBLIC CAMP-SITE: ME AND THE BOYS!

    by safardreams Written Feb 24, 2003

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    Nothing like have your own crew! These guys took care of me like we were all brothers!
    everyone loved our FIRE!!
    Notice my GIN n TONIC, & TUSKER BEER on
    the table??
    10/2001

    Dress Code: none

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