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... with pink spots. Its tongue is longer than its body.
We continued on to the log he when we sae another male leopard. This leopard was the largest territorial male and we followed hi along the road as he was making his territory. Apparently he was going to find the female that we had seen earlier. It is rare to see a leopard and we were very luck to see three.
As we continued on back to the lodge when Ismael yoked about anyone needing ...
... The girls have captured the hearts of guests and staff alike and as we walk around we or rather the girls are greeted by name and a happy jumbo is chanted. Layla takes a moment to relax on the sun deck chair next to the pool and promptly falls into a deep sleep in the shade oblivious to everything going on around her. Madi although in disagreement swims with her arm bands on and literally spends almost the whole day in the pool. At times when mom and dad are in the pool she requests to ...
... drive so it was nice to watch their excitement.
We then had two truck driving days to get ourselves to Johannesburg. One of the transit camps we stayed at had a massive storm with thunder and lightning and some of our tents got blown away so we had to put rocks in them to keep them sturdy.
We arrived in Johannesburg around lunch time on the 10th, the first thing our tour guide said to us was to not go into the city centre at all. It ...
... 10 minutes. I walked across the plateau and then descended down a sort of path. As I reached the bottom there was a tree overlooking a small lake and in the tree ‘sacred ibis’ (see picture).
Monday and Tuesday 20, 21st
Spent the day at the pool just chilling out. Also went to the local shop to try buy fresh trout but no luck. On the way back we called at the Hotel to make enquiries about any events. ...
So day 2 and we were slightly more prepared. After 7.30 meet up we were again taken to the predatr camp to watch the Lions and Tigers being fed. But not before going to the shed to see the guys chop up a cow for them. Was surprisingly OK with chopped up cow but the stink was just dreadful so I stood back.
We just pretty much hung around and watched, taking pictures, while they had their food. There are no strict feeding times coz ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLetaba Camp Kruger National Park
I would really recommend moving around from camp to camp. They're all great for their own unique reasons.
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