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TravelPod Member ReviewsTamboti Camp Kruger National Park
Bellissimo! Una notte in questa tenda di lusso con tutti i comfort, ci siamo rilassati e abbiamo fatto una bellissima escursione.
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... it would be educational both for Caroline and me as well as the kids. But I had no idea how much information the rangers would impart, and how much we would learn about the South African wildlife and bush. Our rangers seemed to have an answer for just about any question we had. By the third or fourth day, I was beginning to recognize different animal tracks, types of dung, sounds, and even smells. We learned about the mating ritual of leopards, the diet of ...
... drinks as well as snack. A nice way to start our safari experience. As we are in Winter here it get dark very quickly and when it gets dark it really cools down fast. On our drive back to the lodge we saw a herd of elephants. We stopped for a short while put didn't stay long since the herd was on both sides of the street and this can be dangerous if the mother and baby are separated.
When we got back to the lodge we ...
... amongst all this we buy a laptop, as we had huge problems getting our photos off the camera and onto cd’s as the internet cafes wont let you load anything onto the machines. Sadly this is also the point where we lose everyone who is not carrying on, which is nearly everyone. Marsha is leaving to stay with her friend, Ryas heading home and Lauren and Olivia are carrying on meeting people on route. Danielle's off with her family in Cape town but we do go and have ...
... which was quite funny. We also saw two ostriches mating which was interesting J.
That same day we also went to Cango Caves and had a tour, there are several caves underground which years ago the local bushman tribe thought were haunted by evil spirits so never went in them, but then the whiteman came and made the caves a tourist attraction so the bushman moved away from the area back in the 1800s and it’s been a growing tourist attraction every ...
... thing. We have joined hands a number of times already as we have sat down to meals and said grace together. It's quite wonderful to do that and genuinely be so thankful for this incredible opportunity for Dad to get to know his sisters and to all be able to share the experience.
This morning we woke up for the first time on the farm - Rob was preparing to feed the sable and Aunt Fee ...