Olifants Rest Camp
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOlifants Rest Camp Kruger National Park
We really liked the views of this rest camp & the animal sounds in the night.
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... snakes! It was really great to be able.to do that and to just engage with all of these exotic (to me) creatures. The last interaction we had was with a Golden Baboon(?) spider, which loomed a lot like a tarantula in size and shape, but with a lovely circular.brown pattern on its back. Three of us got to hold it, and again, the same three of us held the spider as no new people volunteered. This was such a great satisfying and ...
... bed with separate bathroom and shower, with tub. An office table and a day bed both inside and outside on the deck. The deck looks out over miles with a pond, has a little private swimming pool that is all ours, not a very big pool, I'm sure than have a main pool. Pretty fancy for a couple of hicks from Arizona Susie says only one hick from Az , she says it isn't her!!! so it must be me waiting for the guard to escort us to dinner, She ...
... our doors and some very harsh rules which would imply zero fun factor including NO music at all.
We reach Jo’Burg at a reasonable time have another last supper with the team and head back for some wine as we sit round a little bonfire checking out the Jo’burg skyline at night. The next morning we say goodbye to old and new friends and a very sad hug to Leanne our tour guide. We grab our rental car and head East to Swaziland.
... were absolutely gutted. The next available slot to go to Robben Island was Saturday but we were leaving on the Thursday! So Cape Town was not being kind to us, shark diving had been cancelled, Robben Island had been cancelled and Table Mountain was still closed due to the weather!
So we had a walk around the V&A waterfront went to the Aquarium and decided to go to the movies to see Skyfall. Dinner was fish and chips before going to bed disappointed. ...
... the plateau is rimmed by a narrow coastal belt, which is subtropical along the east coast and has a Mediterranean climate along the South Western cape. South Africa's most important rivers are orange, Vaal, and Limpopo. Snow is confined to the Drakenberg and Maluti mountains in the east. Seasons run opposite those in the North Hemisphere humidity is generally low except in the Kwazula-Natal province, along the east coast. Noted for long beaches,green forests,rugged ...