Arimagham Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... itself there were many birds including saddle billed stork, hammerkop, heron and we could hear a fish eagle but couldn't see it. As we watched, two elephants came down to drink and three more grazed on the right hillside. Stopped at Tshokwane picnic site for lunch - kuduwors roll, I know it seems repetitive but we like them!! Then icecream :) We passed giraffe and zebra and stopped at Nkumbe lookout. The terrain had become hilly around here ...
Where does one begin to describe the wonderful experience we have here?
We arrived yesterday just before lunch time. We had risen at 4:15 am to catch the shuttle to Port Elizabeth airport that was not 5 minutes away from the Victoria and Alfred Guest House we stayed at. Needless to say no one was there to bid us farewell although we had been taken care of very well by Jessica. The airport was supposed to open at 5 and we had checked in on-line so it was really ...
... I am so excited and ready for my adventure to begin.
The first animal we see is this beautiful elephant, and he doesn't mind us watching him as he
munches on some leaves. Before we know it we spot rhinos way back behind some trees, as we drive along we see some rhinos basking in the lake. Not bad for our first day in the park.
We check ...
... br> Looking around from my chair I noticed that the warthogs were back again! They were busy eating grass. Nearby there was also a female bushbuck. After a few minutes of reading, I looked up and noticed that a lonely impala was on the other side of the river. Scanning the surrounding bush I realised that the rest of the impala herd was close by.
After such an early start this morning, I was feeling a bit tired so I went and had a little nap. After ...
Today we are staying a very nice lodge in kruger at a very nice place , we were asked not to disclose our location or post any pictures of rhinos on social media as poachers use face book as a tool to find them , if somebody wants to see one ask and I will sent it privately to you as long as you don't share it on social media, last year they lost 41 rhino to poachers. In Zimbabwe they cut the horns off so they aren't worth anything, but here ...