Bitou River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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Davidrbetts stayed here on Oct 15, 2014 during their trip titled: Betts Family in South Africa.
... the itinerary of our trip. After reading about the incident, we did what any sane traveller would do – not jump. So we signed up for the Blaukrans Bridge bungee instead. At 216 meters (about 70-storeys high), it is nearly twice the height of the Victoria Falls Bridge and the highest bungee bridge in the world (list of highest bungee jumps in the world: http://travel.cnn.com/explorations/life ...
Today was Cheetah Day!
We visited the Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre where we had booked to go for a morning walk with cheetahs. After leaving the forest cabin at 7 we arrived at Tenikwa and had coffee or tea. There was an audio visual briefing about the correct way to walk with the cats. You are not taking the cats for a walk, they are taking you!
Then we went outside to meet the cats. As we walked towards the ...
... for one isolated instance where he bit one of the baboons.
Tenikwa is renowned for its cheetah encounters, where visitors can actually walk a cheetah like a dog, except that it's the cheetah who usually winds up walking the human. It is the World's fastest animal after all, capable of hitting 120 kph in under three seconds, so I could imagine them dragging people along for one hell of a ride! Unfortunately, we didn't think to book far enough ahead and ...
... is the worlds lkargest free flight bird enclosure. It was massive!! Took ages to walk around. Phil made friends with a little pink parrot who just wanted to be touched but we were scared of them biting us!
Tenikwa Wild Cats
Tenikwa was signed as 1.2KM from Birds of Eden. We knew that we would have to walk through a township (slums) called Kurland to get there. We asked at our hostel if it was safe to do so and they replied ...