Sefapane Lodge and Safaris
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Sefapane Lodge and Safaris
TripAdvisor Reviews Sefapane Lodge and Safaris Phalaborwa
Travel Blogs from Phalaborwa
Had several of you inquire if I had been eaten by the aquatic wildlife during our white water trip due to the delay in posting.....sorry to disappoint, but I made it through the adventure. (Actually it was just a very long day, no camera on the rafting trip and lots of driving afterward to reach Phalaborwa.) We left Kruger Park Lodge around 815 and …
... drive starts at 4 pm, but today, we are joined by 5 other guests, which makes it a bit cosy in our Land Rover. Over the past few days, we have been spoilt as there was only Cath, myself and 1 other in the car, so now we have 8 in it, it's a bit snug .... On the evening drive, we are treated to a female Leopard stalking Impala, Zebra, Giraffe, Wart Hogs, or as they are now known here - 'Pumba'. The ...
... we stop in a clearing for the coffee we’ve brought from camp and biscuits packed for us by Glory. Two quick cups provide me with my caffeine and a better outlook on the world. Tony and Diane compliment me on being a nicer person while B4 just smiles, perhaps wondering if she is more threatened by lions or by a decaffeinated Paul.
Returning to River Lodge, we pass kudu and waterbuck and impala and wonder ...
... truck, we found a warthog skull. Jordan looked around a bit and then we started finding vertebrae, both tusks, and other parts of the skeleton. Dad gave an impromptu anatomy lesson and talked about how all of the bones fit together in the spine. It was funny seeing Christou learning something from us rather than the other way around for once. He let us take back the tusks, which are one of the purest forms of ivory, as souvenirs. We got back on the truck and ...
... a tawny eagle and two more waterbuck. At Kumana Dam we paused for a few minutes. A large herd of impala were sheltering under the trees along with a few waterbuck. Hippos were at the edge of the dam but we couldn't see any crocs, I suspect they were there though! Following the Nwatinungu loop towards the Mazithi Dam a dwarf mongoose ran across the road and into the bush with several warthogs. A brown snake eagle sat atop a naked branch. At ...