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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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... the sand. It was quite interesting. One car that drove up were happy to see the lions and another was in search of buffalo and had seen too many lions! So funny.
On the way back drove to the site where we had seen the leopard the night before but there was no activity. Drove to where there was another leopard jam. No one we talked to had actually seen the leopard so this one was a case of "rumour of leopard." Back to camp and off to bed.
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I walked behind Pravir, who carried a loaded rifle. It was so quiet that funny things happened to my hearing. There was much rustling as we walked, but for some strange reason I felt the rustling was coming ...
... other one have a drink and we watched for a while to see what would happen.
We followed the Lower Sabie river for quite a while - there were groups of hippos basking in the sun on the far bank and crocodiles. Lots of herds of impala were grazing on the banks. And we saw more giraffes. Near the lower Sabie camp there was a lake where there were groups of birds, crocodiles and hippos in the water.
Lower Sabie Camp ...
... see them into their natural habitat and attitude. I
remember when we found Matumi and Acacia, two wonderful lionesses, who were
playing like two cubs!! It was so amazing because we were 20 metres from them
and they just wanted to play with each other!
I really loved especially the
lions, that we tracked every day, their characters and their behaviours. I
couldn’t believe that there were lions more confident, others more curious and
... the Garden Route area. It, along with everything else, was just so beautiful to take in. It was time to go so we made our way down to the parking lot again and headed to The Cape of Good Hope, the most south western point in Africa, as the wooden sign says in both English and Afrikaans. Everyone wants to get their picture taken with that sign, so we lined up with the other tourists, wind still whipping our hair, and took turns taking each others pictures. It was ...