Ku De Ta B & B

Address: 11 Jacaranda Road, White River, Mpumalanga, 1240, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B is located on 11 Jacaranda Road, White River.
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      Travel Blogs from White River

      The Panoramic Tour

      A travel blog entry by jamesfamily on Dec 16, 2014

      2 photos

      ... is reportedly the third largest canyon in the world. To day was also a public holiday so thee were a few groups of people around celebrating. The Bourke's Luck potholes were fabulous. Even though it was raining it was good to get out of the van to stretch the legs. If it had been fine it would have been great to explore a little further but the rocks were pretty slippery and we were all getting wet. The stop at the three rondevals was dry ...

      Day 3 Blyde Canyon to Bongani Mountain Lodge

      A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 05, 2014

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... 8216;horn’ in the Orstrayn vernacular……..after the guide explained that the difference between the male and female giraffe was ‘the horn(s)’….don’t know what Jan heard…but after collapsing in laughter …. she went on to explain to the guide that in Orstraya, ‘horn’ sometimes meant PENIS!!!! The guide collapsed in laughter and things just went downhill from ...

      Kruger National Park

      A travel blog entry by sabjean42 on Apr 13, 2014

      6 photos

      ... tracking footprints and poop to follow the animal's path. We have seen many buffalo, hippos, elephants, impalas, kudu, giraffes, zebras, baboons, rhinos, warthogs, eagles, storks, guinea fowl, one leopard, and one leopard tortoise. I have especially enjoyed talking to our two guides. Both come from tribes which settled in ancient times in the country known today as Swaziland. Their parents and grandparents grazed goats and cattle, and lived ...

      Blyde River Canyon

      A travel blog entry by chris-trip on Mar 24, 2013

      1 photo

      Although not known by many, the Blyde River Canyon is the world's third largest (and probably greenest) canyon. In general this area of South Africa is very scenic so driving along this panorama route is really beautiful despite the lack of large animals, which I got used to see after Chobe and ...

      Travel Day

      A travel blog entry by tckontis on Aug 23, 2010

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... sign on for another 2 years in Botswana. Dave and I couldn’t help thinking that we were meant to run into them for some unknown reason—maybe we’ll come back and do some medical work here sometime??After breakfast, we were picked up by our driver and went over the Victoria Falls bridge to Zambia. The Vic Falls Bridge is where they do the bungie jumping—it is such an old bridge they only let one car ...