He sings " Hakuna Matata " with the Guard and his family. While playing hide-and-seek, Kion leaps onto Fuli, meaning that it is now her turn to be it. She questions why they're playing hide-and-seek, and he explains that it's a tracking training exercise. They approach Bunga and Ono, and Bunga declares that Kion found him right away. Kion notes that Bunga laughed as he walked by. Ono adds that the lion cub found him quickly as well, and Fuli asks if Kion has found Beshte. Kion informs her that he has, but he hasn't told Beshte, and calls for Beshte to come out from behind some rocks.
Kion orders Fuli to count so the others can hide, and she complies. No sooner has she called for the group to hide do Kion and the others vanish. Fuli soon calls for the others, ending the game early, and Kion rushes over to her and asks her what for. She points out some tracks, which Kion recognizes as leopard tracks. Ono notes that there aren't any leopard Pride Landers, and Kion tells him that there is one now, though they don't know where, and has him fly up to look for it. Ono descends and reports that the leopard is stalking gazelles, and Kion tells him to lead the way.
The Guard reaches the herd, and Kion slides in front of the leopard , ordering him to get out of the Pride Lands. The predator introduces himself as Makucha and dashes away, the Guard in pursuit. Makucha evades them by outrunning Fuli leaping over a ravine, causing Kion to realize that the leopard will be difficult to catch.
When Ono remarks that the gazelles didn't appear frightened of Makucha at all, Kion explains why Makucha must be stopped; none of the gazelles are away that leopards are hunters. He decides that the Guard should split up to cover more ground, and in doing so realizes Beshte has yet to rejoin them. Bunga and Ono soon bring Beshte back, and Kion states that he's pleased that they found him and tells him about Makucha.
Beshte becomes distressed, saying that he told Ajabu that there were no leopards in the Pride Lands. Kion questions who Ajabu is, and Beshte winds up tromping through the bushes looking for his "new friend". Kion asks Bunga what's going on, and the honey badger tells Kion that Beshte has an imaginary friend. Beshte and Bunga begin to quarrel, and Kion stops them, declaring that they have no time for such things at the moment, as they need to catch Makucha.
Kion begins tracking Makucha by following his prints, and locates the way he went before the leopard's traces vanish in the tall grass. Beshte yells that he sees him and rushes forward, with Kion and the others following. The Lion Guard winds up running through a flock of flamingos , to no avail other than being covered in feathers.
Kion asks if Beshte was sure that he saw Makucha, but Beshte informs the Guard that he was searching for Ajabu. Bunga and Beshte begin to argue once more, and Beshte ends up leaving, causing Kion to scold Bunga for hunting their friend's feelings, asking why Bunga and Ono don't believe the hippo's claims.
When asked if he believes Beshte, Kion notifies them that he does, adding that Beshte doesn't make things up. He points out that that Beshte's new friend was said to be chased by a leopard and suddenly there is a leopard in the Pride Lands, and the others believe him.
Kion is pleased when the others decide to apologize to Beshte. Once they do, Kion reminds them that they have to believe Makucha is hunting for Ajabu. Beshte rushes off to find Ajabu before Makucha does, and Kion calls for his friend to wait up as he follows. Not long after, the cries of a zebra herd alert him to Makucha's nearby presence, and he leads the Guard forward.
As they pursue the leopard, Kion notes that it's odd that the leopard didn't attack any of the zebras. He has Beshte confirm that the leopard was likely after Ajabu, and declares that as Makucha and Ajabu are in the Pride Lands, the Lion Guard will protect them. Just then, Ajabu runs by with Makucha running after him. Kion leads the Guard after the two newcomers. After Beshte knocks Makucha to the ground, the leopard asks the Guard to mind their own business.
Kion states that this is their business and tells him that it's time for him to leave. Kion growls and bares his teeth as Makucha stalks forward, but Beshte bellows and charges at him, causing the leopard to flee with Bunga clinging to his tail. Kion orders his friend to let go, and Bunga complies. Beshte introduces the group to Ajabu, who declares that he doesn't know how to thank them for saving him, to which Kion simply responds that it's what they do.
When Ajabu reveals that he has nothing to do but go to his home, where Makucha is surely waiting, Kion has an idea. He takes Ajabu to his parents and explains that the okapi needs their blessing to stay in the Pride Lands. They welcome him, and the Guard decides to play hide-and-seek with him now that he's a Pride Lander. Kion and the Guard rushes to the aid of Muhanga and Muhangus. Mugangus to very greatful to see them, and Kion declares that they came as fast as they could. Muhangus explains that their den is full of hyenas, and Fuli recalls that they've had to chase away hyenas every night of the week, causing Kion to state that he knows something that will scare them away for good.
He leads the Guard forward until they see the hyenas, then orders everyone to remain behind him. He climbs onto a rock and orders the hyenas out of the Pride Lands, then uses the Roar of the Elders to send them flying back into the Outlands, adding for them to stay out once he's finished. Later, in the Lair of the Lion Guard, termites are crawling everywhere. Kion kicks a branch filled with them over to Bunga for him to eat. Ono flies in, calling for their attention, and Kion asks what's wrong. The egret informs them that a tree is falling apart at Mekundu Cliffs. Kion tells Ono that's not really an emergency, but Ono explains that the Mekundu bats are inside.
Kion assures him that he was right to fetch them and leads them to the Cliffs. Kion asks Ono for the fastest route, and Ono tells him across a tree that's balanced on either end of a ravine. The Guard makes it across, and no sooner have they does the tree split apart and fall. Kion goes back and looks over the edge of the ravine, exclaiming his catchphrase at the sight of the shattered log.
The Guard begins to discuss how it fell, but Kion reminds them that they still have to save the Mekundu Bats. Once the Guard reaches the fallen tree, a branch falls, forcing them to jump back. Kion realizes that the whole thing is about to come down, and that they must awaken the bats. He and the rest of the Guard begin shouting, but when Kion presses his ear against the tree, he hears nothing.
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Bunga goes in loudly orders the bats out, and this time they wake up and obey. Kion cries his friend's name, but the tree crumbles before Bunga can emerge. However, the honey badger is safe, chewing on the termites that the tree is packed with. Fuli remarks that she's not okay with all the trmies around, and Kion agrees. He thinks that they may have eaten through the tree branch as well as the whole tree, causing it to collapse. He decides to consult his father. Simba understands why they came, are Kion states that they don't know why there are so many termites.
Simba suggests that they consult the aardwolves , who control the termite population in the Pride Lands. Kion decides to make sure that they're okay, and asks his father where they live. Simba informs him that they like to sleep in aardvark dens, causing Kion to exchange a wide-eyed glance with Fuli. Kion inquires as to what aardwolves look like, and Simba explains that they look a lot like hyenas, and Kion exchanges another look with Fuli.
He confesses to his father that he may have mistakenly kicked the aardwolves out of the Pride Lands, and blames himself more than the rest of the Guard, as he was the one who roared at them. He apologizes, and Simba nudges him, telling him that it's what one does to correct their mistakes that matters. Kion thanks him and promises to make things right before heading out of the Pride Lands in search of the aardwolves. As they track the aardwolves through the Outlands, Kion soon notices that the scent is getting stronger. Bunga finds the aardwolves, but they run away, for a reason unknown to Kion.
He realizes that they must convince them to return to the Pride Lands. He notes that they're fast, and though Fuli tries to stop them, she fails. He makes sure she's okay, then realizes that the aardwolves are afraid of them, because they don't know that his roaring at them was a mistake, and that they must convince them that the Guard has good intentions. Ono spots an aardwolf running towards a cliff, and the Guard approaches him. Kion apologizes and explains his mistake and informs him that they want the aardwolf pack to return to the termite-overrun Pride Lands.
The aardwolf proves eager to help, and Kion calls for him to wait as he leads them forward. They find where the aardwolves are hiding, and Kion realizes that they need a new plan. Kion asks Mjomba to enter the cave and tell the others that the Guard means no harm, and orders him to simply stick his head out when he's certain that they won't run. However, the cave soon shuts from the outside. Kion wonders why the aardwolves did this, and, remembering his promise to his father, leads the Guard to the cave. He has Ono see if there's a crack, and the bird complies, soon reporting back with a single word, "jackals.
He pins her to the ground, and she admits that she wishes he'd come later. He believes this, and after making sure that Bunga has Goigoi, orders Reirei to go home, permitting Bunga to release Goigoi. Mjomba asks if he can go home and eat, and Kion declares that's the best idea he's heard all day. Back at the Lair, Kion asks an apathetic Bunga how he's doing. Ono gives him some termites, a gift from the aardwolves, and Bunga declares that he feels better, causing Kion and the Guard to laugh.
Just then, a cry for help emerges nearby. Ono scans the area and reveals a giraffe is stuck in a tree. Kion is about to order the Guard away, when Laini becomes slightly hysterical, crying out that Kion had promised to deal with the leopard. Kion confirms that he will, and that they just need to save the giraffe first, before leaving with the rest of the Guard in tow. They rush to the scene, where Shingo has his neck trapped in the tree. He explains that he was trying to get the last of the leaves from the acacia tree, but as he extends his tongue again to reach them, it too, becomes trapped in the twigs.
Kion sends Bunga up to help out. Bunga does so, freeing his tongue and then freeing his neck as Kion watches. Back at the galagos tree, the Lion Guard spot the sleeping leopard. Kion tells the galagos wait behind whilst they deal with the leopard. Laini reminds Kion that the leopard is fierce, but Kion confidently reminds her that so is he. The Lion Guard approach the tree, and Kion orders the Guard to surround it for when the leopard wakes up.
Kion approaches Badili. The Lion Guard escort the leopard home, but when Ono sees Mirihi Forest just ahead, Badili mentions that he's parched and that there's a watering hole he wishes to check out that they saw a little earlier. Kion asks why he keeps making excuses, but Badili assures him that there's nothing wrong. He slinks away, thanking them for accompanying him. As he leaves, Kion leads the Lion Guard to a small bush nearby, where they watch Badili from a distance.
Soon, the Guard are back to their patrol, with Ono confirming that Embamba Canyon is clear. Kions comments that they'll finish patrol early, when suddenly Laini and the galagos rush up to up to Kion. Sure enough, it turns out that Badili is back in their tree. The Lion Guard approach the sleeping leopard, and awaken him from his slumber. Kion tries to help Badili. Suddenly, Laini rushes over, expressing her concern over someone in her tree.
They return to the tree to find Bunga cuddling the galagos. He leaps down to give Laini a cuddle, and the rest of the Guard laugh as the poor galago wonders if the leopard would be a better choice than Bunga. We both know this is the Pride Lands. And you don't belong here. The Lion Guard is traipsing through some mud. Kion notes that after the previous night's storm, he's glad the mud is their only issue. Suddenly, Janja the hyenas slides down a muddy slope, landing right in front of the Guard and asking what they're doing in the Outlands. Kion tells him that they both know they're in the Pride Lands and that Janja doesn't belong.
Cheezi and Chungu arrive and reveal Janja's plan, and Kion reacts by using the Roar of the Elders to force the hyenas out of the Pride Lands. As they continue on their way, Fuli wonders why they are doing this. Kion reminds her that need to ensure that the Pride Lands' trails are safe. Spotting a cliff about to collapse, he calls a warning to his friends and makes it out of harm's way.
As the mudslide now blocks a trail, Kion realizes that the Guard will need to clear it. He assigns tasks to the other members of the Guard, deeming that Fuli and Beshte are to stay with him and help rid the trail of the debris. Later, Beshte pushes the last tree off of the trail, and Kion leaps over it. He compliments the hippo's work and decides that the trail is safe. Ono then flies over, reporting two animals stuck in a mudslide when Kion asks what's up. The Guard races to the aid of the animals, and Kion orders Beshte to block their path.
He tells Bunga to grab the smaller one while he and Fuli rescue the larger of the two. Once the muddy animals are safe, Kion spits and notes that they had a close call and asks if they're all right. The creatures shake off the mud, revealing themselves as Cheezi and Chungu, to Kion's surprise. He realizes that if they're around, Janja must be somewhere nearby, but it turns out that Janja kicked Cheezi and Chungu out of his crew. Kion still feels that they shouldn't stay, but eventually consents, as they could help out the Circle of Life- and it's the nice thing to do.
He tells the two hyenas that they may stay, and adds for them not to make the Guard regret it before heading back to their patrol. On the way, Kion orders Ono to keep an eye on them. Ono is quick to report an antelope stampede. Kion tells Ono to lead the way, and they soon manage to bring the herd to a halt, with Kion being able to conclude that it was caused by hyenas due to the scent they left behind. He blames the Guard for the stampede, feeling that Chungu and Cheezi started it. However, they find the duo peacefully asleep.
Kion sharply awakens them and demands to know why they started a stampede. As Cheezi and Chungu try and explain, everyone hears Janja's voice. Kion leads the way, and they find Janja stuck on a ledge below them. Kion asks Janja what his plan is, but Janja informs him that it was the new hyenas. Kion shouts Ono's name, and the egret flies up and spots the pair chasing after a herd of oryxes.
The Guard arrives on the scene just in time. Kion shoves Tano away from the oryxes. The two guess that Kion is going to use his Roar, and he remarks that they are smart as he uses his gift to blast the hyenas away. He then returns to Janja, Cheezi, and Chungu, planning to get them off of the ledge and back to the Outlands, only to find that the ledge has collapsed. He calls their names and discovers that they are unharmed, then tells them to go home. Telling Fuli where Baby Baboon probably lives. Pushing the boulder. Together again. At Hakuna Matata Falls, Kion's slumber is disturbed by a young rhino, who is begging for help.
Upon hearing that the Zimwi is in the Pride Lands, Kion is scornful. He insists that the Zimwi doesn't exist, only to have Timon arrive and tell a story about the beast. Kion questions the logic of it but nevertheless vows to drive the Zimwi or whatever it is out of the Pride Lands. After leading the Guard in their catchphrase, he adds to Fuli that they're defending everyone from a story.
Kion tries to get Bunga to stop. Kion and Bunga are playing Baobab Ball when Jasiri interrupts them. In response to a question of Kion's, she confesses that she needs his help. Kion initially suspects Janja's clan to be the cause of the trouble, but to his surprise, it's lions in the Outlands that are behind it, having taken over Jasiri's watering hole. Kion agrees to help, believing it to be a misunderstanding.
On the way, Jasiri admits that she worried Kion may not help her. When he asks why, she reminds him that the trouble is lions, not hyenas. Kion points out that, similar to himself at first, these lions may not know good hyenas are in the Outlands. When they reach Jasiri's clan , Kion tells Madoa that it's nice to meet her, then greets Wema and Tunu , who cower away from him. Kion declares that he's here to solve the lion issue. He states that there's no time to lose, and they set off once more.
Kion is assuring Jasiri of how reasonable lions are when Nuka attacks her. Kion pins the adolescent lion down, growling. He introduces himself fiercely, then asks the new arrival Kovu if Nuka is a friend of his. Kovu explains that Nuka's his brother, and Nuka warns Kion to let him up. Jasiri joins Kion, and the four circle each other. Kion asks what they're doing in the Outlands, telling them that his father would welcome them in the Pride Lands, especially if they returned Jasiri her watering hole. Nuka is eager to take the son of Simba back to his mother, and Kion climbs onto a rock so that he looks down on Nuka, reminding the Outlander of his name.
Once more, Kion assures Jasiri this is only a misunderstanding. At the watering hole, Kion meets Zira and Vitani. Kion asks Zira what they're doing in the Outlands and why they've taken over the watering hole.
Zira inquires why Kion doesn't use the Roar to give Jasiri water, displaying knowledge of Kion's ability. Kion asks how she knows of it, but Zira only suggests that he roar at a cloud. Kion is skeptical, but Jasiri says his name as she looks at him beseechingly, causing him to agree. He roars at the cloud, producing a brief rainstorm, then turns and informs Jasiri that he didn't know he could do that. He asks Zira how she did, but she doesn't want to discuss it in front of a hyena.
Though Kion doesn't trust her, nor does Jasiri, he agrees to go talk with her in the hopes of convincing her to share the water. Alone with Zira, the lioness states that she's glad to meet Kion, puzzling him. She sings " Lions Over All " with him, leading him into a cave lit by lava, where the pair of them argue over how lions should act. She leads him out, where he is awestruck at the sight of a jagged rock structure.
He asks about the Roar, but she first wants to know whose side he's on. Kion declares that he's on the side of the Circle of Life and those who respect it. The Outsiders emerge, surrounding him. Kion asks what's going on, and Zira responds by threatening to kill him if he doesn't agree with her. Kion realizes Jasiri was right not trust Zira, then threatens her with the Roar.
She refers to someone else who used the Roar against lions and lost it, and Kion realizes she's talking about Scar. He exclaims that Scar was never the true King, infuriating Zira, who orders her lionesses to attack. They advance on Kion, who backs away, but are stopped by Zira, who informs Kion that if he joins her, she'll forgive him. She leaves, and Kion flattens his ears as the Outsiders advance. Kion tries to reason with the lionesses, reminding them that he only wants them to share the watering hole, so it's nonsensical to keep him where he is.
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He confidently makes an escape, but the lionesses are able to pin him to the ground. Zira returns with her cubs as Kion faces off with the other Outsiders. She explains to Nuka that Kion cannot win, provoking a growls from Kion. Nuka attacks Kion in delight, so Kion angrily head-butts him away. Kion is preparing to fight the Outsiders when he catches sight of Ono in the air.
The rest of the Lion Guard and Jasiri charge forward, taking on the Outsiders until the groups are facing each other. Bunga encourages Kion to use the Roar, but Kion admits that he can't, or he'll lose it like Scar. Bunga corrects him, claiming that Scar lost the Roar only because he used it for evil. Realizing his friend his right, Kion refuses to listen to Zira any more, deciding that as long as he's around, she's unwelcome in either the Pride Lands or the Outlands.
He uses the Roar of the Elders to blast the pride away. At the watering hole, now reclaimed by the hyenas, Madoa confesses to Kion that she had her doubts about him, but now she's glad Jasiri has him for a friend. He thanks her and agrees. Wema and Tunu approach, and Kion tells them that he's not so scary now, asking if they feel this way. They run away nervously, but Jasiri feels that Kion should take this as a compliment to his ferocity.
Kion and his friends chase Janja's clan out of the Pride Lands, before resuming their daily patrol. Soon Ono informs Kion that Janja has once again come into the Pride Lands and Kion irritably leads his friends to deal with them. Kion approaches the hyenas and reacts with shock and fear to his mother's predicament.
Out of anger, Kion uses the Roar of the Elders to blast the hyenas away. Once the Roar is over, Kion approaches his mother and nuzzles her. He asks if she's okay and Nala confirms it. Fuli urgently directs Kion's attention to his Roar, as it was coming back towards the group. Quickly, the Lion Guard and Nala flee to escape the dangers of Kion's roar, however, the ground beneath Nala splits, causing her to fall into a ravine.
She clings to a ledge and makes her way back up with Kion's help. After being rescued, Nala nuzzles Kion affectionately and smiles gently at him when Kion voices his fear of losing her. Kion's friends approach them, and after Beshte questions them, Nala assures everyone that she and Kion are safe. Kion repeats the question to them, and they all respond positively, including Ono from afar. The Guard and Nala glance over at Ono and discover that the force of Kion's Roar has made him lose his crest feathers.
As his friends decide against informing Ono of his predicament, Kion breaks away from the group to view the immense destruction that his Roar has caused across the area. He is shocked and ashamed at the consequences of his actions. Later, as Fuli, Beshte, and Bunga try to reassure Ono that he looks fine, Kion observes a painting of Scar and quietly contemplates his previous actions. After Bunga asks Kion's opinion, Kion distractedly replies to Bunga's question, which causes Bunga to come over and see what he's looking.
He informs Kion about his uncles telling him that Scar was the worst lion ever and states that it's a good thing Kion now has the Roar now. Kion responds halfheartedly to Bunga's assurances. Suddenly, Zazu flies in and tells the Guard that a crisis has arisen at the giraffes watering hole. Kion agrees to help the giraffes and leads his friends out of the Lair. Ono follows behind after being forcibly pushed out by Zazu.
As Fuli remarks about Zazu's ability to be persuasive, a slightly amused Kion agrees. Once the Guard has reached the giraffes watering hole, Bunga insists that he uses the Roar to blast the rocks away, but Kion decides to ask Beshte to move one of the rocks which should in turn knock the rest down.
The plan works, and the giraffes hurry across to get a drink. As Kion leads his team away, they encounter a trapped klipspringer that is in the middle of a flowing river. After Beshte politely declines entering the water, and Fuli irritably refuses to get wet, Bunga again suggests using the Roar to stop it, but Kion quickly decides against it. He asks Beshte to knock down a withered tree and, once he has done so, Kion begins to walk across it to help the klipspringer.
Kion's weight causes the branch to break, and he becomes trapped. His friends rush to help him and he urgently orders them to go back. They fail to hear his warning, and their combined weight causes the branch to collapse entirely. As the Guard reaches the shore, Kion notices that the klipspringer had managed to make it to safety and responds positively to the discovery. Kion walks beside Bunga as the Guard heads back to the Lair.
Bunga questions Kion's previous refusal to use his Roar and Kion reluctantly admits his decision to never use the roar again. Bunga manages to convince Kion that everything's fine and the two hurry to catch up with their friends. Soon, Kion departs from his friends to consult his grandfather, Mufasa. He explains about what happened when he used the Roar in anger, and expresses his concern over becoming like Scar.
Mufasa gently reminds Kion that his brother hadn't cared for anyone but himself and questions Kion on the reason for his anger. Kion tells his grandfather that Janja and his hyenas had attacked Nala and his anger had almost caused harm to someone he loved, Mufasa reminds Kion that Scar didn't have Kion's genuine ability to love and care for others and suggests that Kion seek the one he loves so much.
Kion takes Mufasa's advice and goes to speak with Nala, he worriedly confesses his fears and his reaction to Nala being attacked by the hyenas, Nala gently interrupts her son as she reminds him that she had been there. Kion asks if she can forgive him, and Nala tells him that he had been saving her life, and there was no need for forgiveness. Kion reminds Nala of the earthquake the Roar has caused, and Nala tells her son that he had managed to get her out safely.
Kion frets about the possibility of hurting someone again, but Nala lovingly nuzzles him and states her trust in his judgment. Ono arrives, and after being questioned by Kion on the nature of his appearance, tells them to follow him to The Flood Plains. Makuu does not back down, and Nala is pulled into the water by two crocodiles. She advises Kion to trust himself. By following her advice, Kion discovers a new way to use the Roar, forcing the crocodiles away whilst leaving his mother unharmed. They nuzzle affectionately once more. Kion laughs when he discovers that Ono's missing feathers have begun a trend.
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He becomes slightly annoyed when the Guard reveal that they know nothing about Hadithi , and Ono tries to educate them. Kion hears that his parents know Hadithi. When Janja refuses with the plans on eating the klipspringers, Kion orders Beshte to push down a boulder, then calls for the klipspringers to run across. He tries to catch up with them himself, urging them to keep moving, when Ono and Hadithi swoop down and start to confuse the hyenas. As Ono takes the lead, Kion isn't sure who's more impressive. Bunga knows who is, and starts cheering for Ono, with Kion following his lead.
The hyenas slip and fall into the water below, and the Lion Guard return back to the ceremony. Kion then watches Hadithi praise Ono, cheering with the other animals when Ono is shown to be a true hero. After hearing an animal cry out for help, Kion leads Fuli and Bunga into the Flood Plains to search for it. After a delay, they reach Beshte and his father, Basi, who are making the newest Hippo Lanes after a rainstorm. They hear how they have just saved the animal in question from Makuu. But when Basi tries to return to work, he discovers that the rhino actually wounded his leg.
He passes the task of making the Hippo Lanes over to Beshte, who is uncertain that he is up to the task. But with a bit of persuasion from Kion, he agrees to do it, while Kion leads his father to safe ground so that he can rest. Basi's suggestion. Kion takes charge. Kion hears Boboka. Safe with mother. Kion questions the rhino's actions. The Guard hear Kifaru's tale. Picking up the scent. Finding the scent.
Persuading Mwenzi. Kion worries about Kifaru being left alone. Reaching Tamasha. Kion tackles Makuu. Laughing together. Muhimi asks Bunga. Kion's mistake. Kion helping Makuu. The guilty cub. The curious Guard. Kion's introduction. The missing food.
Bunga's mistake. After they wish him farewell, the egret lets out a sharp cry, causing them to return. They discover an egg in Ono's nest, which Ono identifies as a hamerkop egg. With the egg nearly ready to hatch, the Guard task themselves with finding the mother while Ono waits behind and takes care of the egg. After Fuli and Kion obtain her scent, they race away. Kion and the guard find the mother. Eventually, Ono and Kulinda manage to save the youngster, and return to the ground, where Kulinda announces that she will name her daughter after Ono - Ona.
Ono, Kulinda and Ona then start to use a bonding dance, which Kion finds to be adorable. When they arrive, Bunga urges Kion to Roar at the hyenas, but Kion refuses, not wanting to harm the elephants. He devises another plan, and leads the Guard towards the scene, Kion angrily leaps in front of Janja, and the hyenas stop in their tracks. Janja tries to introduce Nne to Kion, as he makes his getaway, but Kion growls at Nne causing him to run.
He orders the hyenas to leave, and they do so. Kion meets Makini. He regroups with the Guard, and Kion instructs Ono to lead the baboons and elephants to a canyon, which would trap the hyenas. He climbs up to a cliff, and prepares to use the Roar. Before he can, Fuli draws his attention to the darkening storm clouds above them, Kion calms down, and uses the Roar.
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Home to over a thousand elephants, herds of wildebeest , lions and over species of birds, Amboseli is an exciting and diverse game viewing destination. A wide range of activities are offered such as early morning and late afternoon game drives, horse back riding, guided game walks, local community visits and bush dining. Day visits to Chyulu Hills and Kimana Sanctuary can be arranged at an additional cost. Alternately you can laze around the pool with a cocktail.
Amboseli Serena Lodge stands in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain, beside a copse of giant acacia trees and a gently flowing natural spring. With Kilimanjaro's high snow-capped peaks presiding over the landscape, the setting is unrivalled. The 96 rooms are influenced by native Maasai architecture and are in perfect harmony with the environment. The guest rooms are individually appointed with authentic African art and murals painted by a local African artist, covering a distinctly Maasai manyatta mood.
Of the 96 rooms 17 are interleading, 12 have splendid views of Mount Kilimanjaro and ten have baths and showers, the rest have showers only. Besides the three daily game drives, guests can enjoy bush dining, talks on local culture and ecology by the resident naturalist, Maasai dancing, music and entertainment or just relaxing by the pool and watching the animals coming to drink at the nearby waterhole. All around the lodge roams the big game that has made East Africa legendary - lion, buffalo, cheetah, giraffe, baboon, gazelle and wildebeest.
The lodge has a fully equipped conference centre that can accommodate up to delegates. Campi Ya Kanzi means 'camp of hidden treasure' and is situated in the prime game area of Southern Kenya bordering Amboseli and Tsavo. The main area has been named Tembo House, referring to the great elephants that roam the surrounding wilderness. The lounge and dining room are situated in this main area and it where guests can relax and socialize between safaris. Tembo House has been beautifully constructed out of local materials such as wood and lava rock and is open to the surrounding environment.
The majestic Mount Kilimanjaro can be seen from the main terrace as well as from each of the tents. The camp consists of five comfortable double tents, each stands on a large wooden platform and has it's own verandah with spectacular views. The tents feature Colonial style beds and en suite bathrooms with hot and cold running water, shower facilities, a basin, flush toilet and bidet. Each tent has a dedicated Maasai attendant assigned to it and the camp is patrolled by night by a Maasai Askari, guard. Campi Ya Kanzi is very small and personal, it has a very relaxed atmosphere and is very flexible in that there is no predetermined safari schedule.
The camp offers morning and afternoon game drives, nature walks with an experienced Maasai tracker and sundowners on one of the surrounding volcanic hills. Borana is situated in the north in one of the meandering valleys of the Laikipia Plateau in the foothills of Mount Kenya. The six individual cedar and stone thatched cottages are very spacious, each with a private verandah and en suite bath and shower facilities. The lodge blends in with the surroundings as it has been built with rustic wood furnishings and decorated with African fabrics creating a natural look and feel.
Borana is self sufficient in home grown vegetables and dairy products. All breads, pastas and cakes are home made. The lodge offers both day and night game drives, walking safaris, trout fishing and a refreshing swimming pool. Optional activities at an additional cost include visits to the nearby Ilngwesi cultural village and rhino conservancy, horse riding , golf at Mt. There is an abundance of game in the area including lion, leopard, cheetah, buffalo, giraffe, elephant, hyena, rhino and a large variety of antelope.
The lodge has also raised two orphaned bush pigs that wander freely around the grounds. Tucked away on a private ranch within the vast sq kilometer Laikipia Plains is Mugie Camp. Laikipia was the setting for the famous novel ' I dreamed of Africa: written by neighbouring ranch owner and conservationist Kuki Gallman. It is situated north of Nairobi on the edge of the Great Rift Valley.
The camp is shaded by Acacia trees and well spaced out for privacy and comfort. There are four tents, each having a double bed, en suite bathroom with shower facilities and flush toilet. The tents are romantically lit at night with paraffin lamps. The camp offers morning, afternoon and night game drives in 4WD vehicles, nature walks with an experienced guide, bush breakfasts, picnics and sundowners, horse riding, camel riding and donkey treks to the edge of the Great Rift Valley. It is situated on the extreme western region of the Laikipia region on the ranch of Ol Ari Nyiro.
Ol Ari Nyiro, the place of dark waters in the Masai language, is a acre ranch where conservationist and author Kuki Gallmann's hunting autobiography, 'I dreamed of Africa', is based. Mukutan means 'the meeting' and it is here that the fingers of the surrounding hills meet. The Retreat is perched on the cliffs overlooking the gorge with it's waterfalls, palm trees and extraordinary hot springs. The central area with lounge and dining area has a pleasant, relaxed and homely atmosphere.
The accommodation consists of three spacious and uniquely designed cottages, elegantly built using traditional styles, local stone, papyrus and wood. All cottages have a double fireplace, with open private verandahs , spacious bathrooms with double beds. Throughout The Retreat, Swahili and Lamu furniture features prominently, supported by pieces hand hewn by local craftsmen. The Retreat offers a wide range of activities including; nature walks, game drives, bird-watching, horseback and camel rides, picnics, fishing and swimming in one of the waterfall pools.
It has recently become possible for guests to have a glimpse of the local Pokot people and their ceremonies and dances. All available activities are included in the rate. Excursions can be arranged to destinations such as Lake Turkana and the archeological diggings at Koobi or to the Rift Valley lakes of Borgoria, Baringo and Nukuru for their flamingoes, birds and hippo's. Fishing at Lake Victoria and Mount Kenya can be organized at an additional cost. Situated in the Laikipia region in the heart of Kenya, Lewa Downs is a 40 acre ranch, home to a diverse array of wildlife and some of Kenya's most spectacular scenery.
The snowcapped peaks of Mount Kenya dominate the views to the south, and to the north, the terrain drops away rapidly with breathtaking views of Samburu, Olokwe and the Matthew's Range beyond.
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Lerai Tented Camp is a permanent camp with discreet and comfortable tents placed on raised platforms. The main area of the camp accommodates the dining area, bar, curio shop, kitchen and barbecue area, it overlooks a waterhole and is the central point from which the tents spread out on either side.
There are 12 tents with twin and double options, two of which are slightly larger to accommodate families. All of the tents have hour electricity, en suite bathrooms with hot and cold running water, a shower and a flush toilet. The camp offers day and night game drives , nature walks and escorted rhino tracking. Other excursions offered include camel and cultural safaris, Chalbi Desert and Lake Turkana flying safaris and fly-fishing trips to Mount Kenya.
The old colonial architecture of Lake Naivasha Country Club is solid and comfortable with accommodation in cottages. It is set on the banks of Lake Naivasha in 12 hectares of green lawns shaded by mature acacias and spreading fever trees. There are 51 standard cottages with the typical colonial style of the 's when the hotel was built. The public rooms are elegant and cool. The residents' lounge has a massive fireplace and large bay windows. The bar is cosy and adjoins an immaculately equipped snooker room. Lake Naivasha is the focus of activity. There is good fishing for black bass and tilapia and a boat trip during the day is recommended for a close-up of Naivasha's remarkable variety of bird life and its hippo colonies.
You can see the lake in a different light on a romantic sundowner boat trip , which combines a beautiful sunset with exotic drinks. A visit to Crescent Island should not be missed. It is one of the few places in Africa where you can wander on foot among herds of antelope, Zebra, Wildebeest and Giraffe. There are no predators here. Naivasha is one of the world's outstanding birding destinations with over species.
Three bird walks a day are offered in the grounds of the Country Club. The Club offers satellite TV in the main lounge, a swimming pool, bicycles for hire and conference facilities for up to 50 people. Loldia House nestles under acacia trees on the western shores of Lake Naivasha. It is one of the country's oldest farms, built in the Second World War and has breathtaking views of the dormant volcano, Mount Longonot. There is a choice of seven en suite double bedrooms with bath and shower facilities, many of the rooms are still furnished with original furniture.
Mouth-watering meals are served under the trees or in the dining room. Loldia is ideally situated for visits to the flamingo lakes of Nakuru, Elementaita, and Bagoria. Lake Nakuru also offers excellent viewing of black and white rhino in the rhino sanctuary. By foot or on horseback guests can explore the farm where cattle graze amongst flocks of ostriches and herds of wild antelope like waterbuck and impala.
For an additional charge there is also fishing and bird watching on Lake Naivasha and visits to the nearby Hell's Gate National Park with its spectacular canyons, hot springs and wildlife. It is a beautiful setting overlooking a small crater lake and shaded by large fever trees that are inhabited by families of Colobus Monkeys. The camp consists of eight scattered tents and two wooden cabins that are ideal for families, all tents have en suite shower only facilities. The restaurant, lounge and bar overlook the lake providing the guests with excellent opportunity to watch the flamingo's wading at the waters edge in search of food or the Colobus monkeys playing on the surrounding lawns.
The camp offers many activities from game drives, sailing and boating on the crater lake and on the neighboring Lake Naivasha, bush dining and star gazing. There are various nature walks and trails in the area surrounding the camp. The camp's access is steep making it a difficult visit for the physically handicapped and elderly. An outdoor conference area that accommodates up to 20 people is available with audio-visual equipment. A private homestead set in amongst a forest of Acacia on the banks of Lake Naivasha.
Nderit is an old four storey colonial house, which was built in Spread over four floors the rooms are exquisitely decorated with antique and fine local furniture. There are five rooms in the house, some with private bathrooms and the others with adjoining showers. The lounge and dining rooms are always accessible but many of the meals are served in the beautiful areas surrounding the house, such as breakfasts by the lake, poolside buffets, or picnics up on the hill.
Daytime activities include game walks and game drives , water activities such fishing, boating and sundowners on Lake Naivasha and relaxing by the swimming pool. Horse riding, scenic flights over the rift valley and visits to Hells Gate Park, Elsamere Conservation Centre, Crescent Island or any of Kenya's parks can be arranged at an extra charge. The homestead offers a range of beauty therapy treatments such as yoga, acupuncture, massage and reflexology. An old colonial house built in , Tudor style completely refurbished to the highest standards.
Set in a traditional English garden and furnished with antiques and fine local furniture. The accommodation is made up of eight rooms ranging from suites to double and twin rooms, each has a private or adjoining shared bathroom with either bath or shower facilities. The house has three floors, the lounge and dining rooms are always accessible but many of the meals are served in the beautiful areas surrounding the house, such as breakfasts by the lake , poolside buffets, or picnics up on the hill.
Day time activities include game walks and game drives, water activities such fishing, boating and sundowners on Lake Naivasha and relaxing by the swimming pool. Desert Rose has been hand-carved out of the side of the mountain in 25 hectares of indigenous forest on the southern slopes of Mount Nyiru, which is believed to be the home of the Samburu God. There are five cottages with bathrooms that allow for privacy and simultaneous exposure to the wilderness , as the bathroom is open air.
The lounge and dining room are perched on the edge of the plateau and have a panoramic view of the landscape. Desert Rose is well situated and the vegetation surrounding the lodge is very interesting, it varies from the hot, dry valley floor to the cool, green forests at the top of the mountain. This beautiful area ensures that there is plenty of variety in the many possible walking trails.
Walks are done at no extra cost and are accompanied by lectures on geology or the customs and culture of the Samburu people. The homestead also offers game drives, bush dining, camel safaris , helicopter rides, a swimming pool and natural rockslides. This secluded camp is situated on the unspoiled paradise of Mfangano Island in Lake Victoria; it's shaded by giant fig trees and lost to the world. The only way to reach the island is by a light aircraft which lands on a dusty airstrip, and then there is a short ride by speedboat to the camp. The lawns hug the waterline, flowerbeds and rock gardens surround the camp and enormous boulders sit at the water's s edge, a perch for cormorants and monitor lizards to sun themselves.
The camp occupies an entire secluded bay on the western shores of the island and the buildings are attractively built of clay and thatch in the local Luo tribe style. The main area with a lounge and dining room is open and fanned by breezes from the lake. There are six rooms, each close to the water's edge and decorated with local handcrafts.
The en suite bathrooms with modern fittings are finished in local stone. There are plenty of activities to choose from, these include bird watching, island exploring, fishing for Nile Perch and visits to local villages and other islands. Mfangano Island is not only for overnight stays, it can also be used as a day trip from the Masai Mara as there are daily flights between Lake Victoria and the Masai Mara. Situated on Rusinga Island on the northeastern shores of Lake Victoria.
The waters edge is dotted with huge wild fig trees and the garden is home to exotic trees , flowers and birds, many of which are unique to the area. The lodge is small and homely accommodating a maximum of 16 people in individual thatched cottages. There are four standard cottages and two family cottages, all have en suite bathrooms with shower only facilities, private verandahs and a view of Lake Victoria. The cottages are made from local papyrus, stone and wood and are decorated with local ornaments and colourful fabrics.
Being by the waters edge the lodge is able to offer a variety of activities. Aquatic activities include fishing for Nile perch and tilapia, skiing, windsurfing and boat rides to the nearby bird islands where many bird species exist. The bird islands also offer exciting walks and trails for bird enthusiasts. A short walk from the lodge brings one to a gorge in which fossils dating back 20 million years can be seen and the site where in Mary Leakey found Proconsul Heseloni, the last common ancestor of the great apes and man.
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Visits to Ruma National Park can be arranged at an additional cost, these visits can include an optional bush breakfast. The park has a great variety of animals and birds; it is where you can see the last surviving group of Roan antelope as well as the Jackson's hartebeest, oribi, Rothschild's giraffe, leopard, buffalo, topi and impala.
A luxury tented camp idyllically nestled in the heart of Kenya's big game country. Olonana extends a service and style reminiscent of the halcyon safari era of the early 's and offers a peaceful haven from which to explore the Masai Mara, one of nature's most thrilling ecosystems.
The camp is very well positioned on the banks of the Masai Mara River. The 12 tents are spacious and comfortable , discreetly distanced from each other and the white canvas gives a very luxurious and romantic feel. Each tent has two queen size beds, a large verandah and an en suite bathroom, with showers only. All of the tents as well as the lounge, bar and dining area are situated on and have a view of the Mara River. Some of the meals are served on the deck that overlooks the river where crocodiles and hippo's bathe in the sun.
Olonana offers night and day game drives, bush walks , a visit to near nearby Maasai village, bush dining and sundowners. The library and swimming pool are an ideal venue for a relaxing afternoon. One of the first lodges built in the Masai Mara, Keekorok has retained its charm and hospitality over the years. It is situated in the southern end of the Mara and lies on the migratory route of thousands of wildebeest every year. The waterhole in front of the lodge attracts an abundance of animals all year round. The verandah and Kiboko Bar at the end of the m walkway provide guests with optimal viewing points.
Accommodation at Keekorok Lodge is in bungalows, single storey blocks and in comfortable chalets. The liberal use of cedar wood, pink and grey Sand River stones and other indigenous building materials offset the green lawns and colourful bougainvillea flowers. There are 89 rooms of which 79 have both baths and showers, the remaining ten have shower only facilities. Makini is a young, dainty mandrill with grey fur covering her body with a pale gray underbelly. Towards her hands and feet are bands of dark brown fur, which are longer near her hands.
This same brown fur collars her neck. Atop her head is a slightly lighter yet still dark brown fur. Her hands, feet, and muzzle are pink. Her face is grey which rims around the eyes, with blue stripes settling just underneath. On her nose and reaching towards her forehead is a large magenta "stripe", which ends just before her eyebrows. Her eyes are olive green. Her teeth, whilst petit, are sharp. Makini is a friendly, spirited, perky and curious mandrill, who is very excited about being Rafiki's new apprentice. She admires Princess Kiara and Fuli and has admitted that she is very proud of the latter.
Due to her innocent nature, she is very easy to deceive, particularly if others are friendly towards her. Her excitable demeanor often leads to excessive talking, though she takes no offense to those who interrupt her. She is eager to meet and befriend everyone that she meets. She tries her best to help out in any way that she can, even though she may be frightened or not skilled enough to succeed. Makini worries about her shortcomings rather frequently.
From losing her Bakora Staffs to running out of paint for the Ukumbusho , Makini is quick to put the blame entirely on herself or become severely overwhelmed. So long as she is offered another chance, she will do her best to rectify problems, regardless if it was her fault or not. Makini relies heavily on shwari calm to keep her calm in stressful situations and remind herself to calm down when she gets too excited.
Makini learning to be quiet and patient. Makini tells Fuli how proud of her she is. Makini is introduced to the royal family. Makini works with Kiara. Humbled by her mentor's words. Cheering Furaha. The commotion startles Makini. Mzaha saves Makini. The final painting. At Pride Rock, Simba makes an announcement about Makini's duties. After listening to the Lions of the Past, she paints an image of Simba, Nala, Kiara and Kion, which amazes the surrounding animals. Having been told by Rafiki that she will be painting for the Ukumbusho event, Makini makes her way over to Mizimu Grove , apologizing to Ma Tembo for her tardiness.
After being directed to some fruits, Makini gets to work. She overhears Ma Tembo's concerns about the Lion Guard always being lions and offers to paint the other Guard members so that they look like lions. They agree, and, once Makini is finished, she notices the position of the sun, and bounds away to continue working on the elephants.
Makini, Timon, and Pumbaa watching The Ukumbusho. Ono is able to quickly locates a patch nearby but also notices Kenge and the hyenas returning to the melons. Kion realizes the situation, and sends Bunga and Ono to deal with them, while Makini collects the flowers. When Makini has collected the flowers, she decides to try wearing, smelling and eating the flowers, when Bunga arrives with Ono, who had been bitten by Kenge.
Bunga explains that the hyenas had gotten away, but expresses his confidence at being able to deal with them alone. The Guard asks for Makini to help Bunga, and she uncertainly agrees. Kion comes up with a plan, and Makini expresses her hope of it working. Makini and Bunga notice the hyenas and Kenge heading through Embamba Canyon and begin their plan. Rolling the melons back to the Pride Lands.
After telling the tale of how Timon and Pumbaa brought the holiday to the Pride Lands, Makini concludes that she believes Christmas to be the very essence of the Circle of Life and Rafiki agrees. Simba asks Rafiki where that particular watering hole is, and Makini pipes up to inform Simba that she has seen the same watering hole in the Back Lands and that it is owned by a herd of zebras.
Simba quickly concludes that the watering hole belongs to Dhahabu. When the Guard arrives, Simba asks them to locate her and request that she share her water, urging them to offer something in return. When the song finishes, Simba collapses, and they soon discover that he has been stung by a scorpion. Makini and Rafiki quickly start trying some concoctions that they hope will cure him, but to no avail.
After Bunga breaks a gourd, Rafiki decides to send Makini along with them, who will take care of the gourd instead. She applies the gourd to her staff with great enthusiasm. With the cure needing to be back before sundown, Makini and the Lion Guard race away to the Outlands. Just as they are about to leave, Scar rises from the lava. Kion recognizes his evil great-uncle, but refuses to engage with him, reminding his friends that they need to get back to his father.
Scar reveals that he was behind the attack, leading Fuli to work out that the other attacks were planned as well. Scar commends them for their cleverness. The Lion Guard start to leave regardless, but the fallen King calls for his army. Suddenly, Ushari, Shupavu and her group of skinks , and Kiburi's float emerge.