Bakkers Bed and Breakfast

Address: 31 Starling Street, Phalaborwa, Limpopo, 1389, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B is located on 31 Starling Street, Phalaborwa.
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          • Swimming pool


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Bakkers Bed and Breakfast Phalaborwa

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          Travel Blogs from Phalaborwa

          Who needs caffeine when surrounded by lions?

          A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Aug 09, 2015

          3 comments, 17 photos

          ... drink and frolic. We only left because they did.

          On we drove until we spotted our pride of lions again; this time sprawled in a communal bed, napping in preparation for tonight’s hunt. A growl here and a stretch there were punctuated by incessant twitching of lion ears to keep their insect buddies from causing too much distraction. Occasionally one of this group would wake, yawn and stretch and move a few steps ...

          First day at Motswari!

          A travel blog entry by kleinsinza on Jul 01, 2015

          13 photos

          ... So, on our first drive we saw bunch of these little, beautiful deer things, and then we saw some families of zebras and babies. These Zebras were healthy and you could tell because their main is standing straight up. If they are sick it falls to the side. Also, Zebras always have bloated stomach because of a bacteria in their stomach that produces gas, in return making zebras fat. Apparently, you won’t see any skinny ...

          Bye bye riverside

          A travel blog entry by beckybkdean on Apr 13, 2015

          32 photos

          ... of the baboons that come in are orphaned because the mother was shot and they didn't have the guts to kill the baby too. In this country it seems that it is not a crime to shot a monkey when it is on your property. But I have watched these animals grow, play and learn exactly as human children would do, and there is just no justice that could be gained in killing such an intelligent creature. This 6 weeks has been the most eye ...

          Satara to Crocodile Bridge

          A travel blog entry by bushmantours on Mar 04, 2015

          12 photos

          ... impala, warthog, wildebeest, one elephant right hand side, five giraffe, zebra both sides of the road, seven giraffe on a slight rise on right hand side, zebras in the middle distance and five giraffe on left hand side!! We reached Gezantombi Dam slightly bemused! This is a beautiful dam with the viewing area slightly gabove the water. Egyptian geese and a Goliath heron were in the water with the hippos. On the road between the dam and the ...

          The Kruger

          A travel blog entry by alura on Jul 07, 2014

          24 photos

          ... intermingled with some very cheeky squirrels. Just beyond the fence more elephants and water buck. Stocked up with popcorn we ventured out again. Eagles, kori bustards, water buffalo, zebras just to name a few of the critters that crossed our path. We stopped at another camp for lunch. This one boasting a spectacular lookout over the park. The Kruger stretched for miles in every direction with a river meandering it's way through the middle. It's banks home to many sunbathing hippos ...