We spent some time watching the crocs and refilled our water bottles, then walked a bit to our private touring truck. A truck sort of like what is used in hay-rides now, it had bench seats around the inside perimeter and was covered, so no blazing hot sun. There were binoculars stored under the seats so we could get closer looks of animals out on the savannah. The giraffes were great we were pretty close (oh, and if you were on the safari ride vehicle that we stopped alongside of, well sorry if we blocked your view). Such beautiful animals! I will just post photos of the animals we saw during our savannah ride. We rode to our outdoor camp which was a very pretty gazebo in the middle of the savannah. There we could wash our hands and enjoy a special African themed snack while we took in the animals on the savannah. I could have spent so much more time there just watching the animals walk around. As the first tour of the day, we had a breakfast themed snack. It consisted of berry yogurt topped with trail mix, fresh cheeses, fruits, smoked beef, a little wrap with salmon and something else (I forget! Maybe cream cheese?) fig cakes, cucumber salad, and fresh pita. And an edible orchid! To drink we had jungle juice. Man that stuff is great!!! After a little while, we headed back to our truck and moved on to the plains of Africa. Here we caught just a glimpse of the lion & lioness, cheetah, warthogs and baby warthogs along with other animals whose names I dont remember. Before we knew it, three hours had passed and we were arriving back at the boarding area of Kilimanjaro Safari, where we ended our trek. We headed back to get unharnessed and retrieve our belongings. We also got to vote using rocks on which animals our donations should go to. (A portion of your trek fee is donated to animal conservation) After voting, I headed back to our locker to get our stuff & Joe told me that the little girl on our tour (she was a cutie and just made the height and weight cut off!) moved everybodys pebbles to lions except ours. She was getting ready to move them and saw Joe watching her so she stopped. Just a funny little side story. We took another group picture and that was it! This was an awesome trip and well worth the money. Even the kids on the trek were great, participated and seemed to have a good time. If you have it in your budget, try it!