And that’s a wrap! We ended our trip on our final safari drive in the Ngorongoro crater, a sunken volcano crater which completed our search for the ‘Big 5.’ We finally spotted the rare and shy black rhino up on a hill with her calf and was satisfied to have seen all these incredible animals this trip. We camped at the edge of the crater the night before and spent the morning in the crater while basking in the glorious landscape. Even though we have seen the same animals over and over again the last 2 weeks we were still pretty in awe of the scene and seeing how the animals interact differently in the various savannahs.
We are also pretty happy to be back home with our little pup, working toilets, hot showers, clean clothes and comfy bed back home.
We can’t believe what a great trip that was and so happy to have all these photos to look back on! ...
Grábrók is an extinct chain of three volcano calderas. It’s an easy climb to the top but once you’re there you can see for miles and the sky goes forever. They say everything is bigger in Texas...I think they just haven’t been to Iceland yet.