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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bumpy terrain but on the way we spotted a male leopard who was out hunting . Keith thinks he is father to at least one of the cubs we saw yesterday. Apparently a leopard tries to mate with all male leopards on her territory that way she may have 3 cubs in the same litter some 10 weeks apart but all by different fathers. That way her cubs are safe as long as the male has fathered at least one he will not kill them. We watched ...
... the Groot Letaba River peacefully runs through. The mountain was engulfed in a cloud so visibility was impaired; however one of my favorite things is how well sound travels through mist. We just stood quietly on the deck for a bit listening to the rush of the water a few 100 feet below us and the happy whistles from the abundant bird life in the area. Pretty soon we were gearing up and getting the low down on safety. Soon it started to ...
... happy but the situation a little desperate in my view. We passed many small villages where there seemed to be no opportunity for employment. We finally arrived at a bigger village, with many more houses and I believe a population of around 5000. Even in a village this size in the middle of the flatlands of the veld, there was little chances of getting work, I was again told unemployment in these towns reaches 70-80%.
We finally reached our destination at a ...
... was some excitement over the CB radio, another ranger had something to share and we drove through the bush, crushing over small trees, through ravines, down small paths plowing slowly but forcefully over anything in our way. We turned down a small road and found it! The Wild Dog's den. There were 6 pups and one adult on stand by to guard them. There others in the pack were evidently out hunting. The cubs looked so cute you would never ...
... guides in the park, and soon many vehicles converged on our location, cutting their engines as they came to a stop, and silently watching along with us.
Alfred was eager to get on the road because the early morning hours are the best times to see wildlife, particularly lions. He told us that lions enjoy lying on the roadways, which are warm, rather than in the grass which is usually cooler and wet with dew. We drove quite a bit but didn't see any ...