Casterbridge Hollow

Address: Cnr R40 & R538, White River, Mpumalanga, 1240, South Africa | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Cnr R40 & R538, White River.
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    Travel Blogs from White River

    Hazyview Elephant Sanctuary

    A travel blog entry by jamesfamily on Dec 15, 2014

    6 photos

    ... I think the word 'sanctuary' is used to make us feel better. Anyway, it was a fabulous two hours. After an information talk we were introduced to the two elephants, both males. The 15 year old was more than happy to show off his masculinity much to the delight of our teenage boys. We were each able to touch and stroke various parts of the elephant, including the tongue, before the obligatory photo beside the ...

    Kruger safari day 2

    A travel blog entry by africazen on Jun 12, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    Well same deal today. (Even packed breakfast identical!, looking forward to normal breakfast tomorrow). All day safari with Muzzi who picked me up at 6. More people today. A couple from California and a couple from India. I initiated conversation but it was like pulling teeth. Oh well. Another beautiful sunrise with a clear sky. Still had to be rugged up as windchill was freezing. At least in these vehicles it's a bit more luxurious with a canvas ...

    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 ...

    Week at Sabie

    A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Aug 03, 2011

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... amp; potatoe salad. Early to bed, ready for the next day to ensure Tracy had charged her batteries so she could be up and ready before 09h00, for those of you who know Tracy, this indeed was a holiday miracle.

    Tuesday, bright and breezy we started the day off with toast & cheese & spread. Our tour guide, Frans, who faithfully studies the brochures on a nightly basis and plans our routes for the next day, plotted his GPS to take us to the local Africa Silkfarm ...

    A Beautiful corner of South Africa

    A travel blog entry by williwinkle on Nov 20, 2008

    18 photos

    ... range. The area is crisscrossed by lots of streams and small rivers and artificial lakes. Apart from the local and national Game parks the area is also rife with lots of wild life but not the large types found in the game parks, there are no end of monkeys, baboons and snakes of all types are to be found there. What is categorised as the worlds most dangerous snakes the Black Mambaare to found there, the Mozambique ...