Laughing Waters Guest House

Address: S29 Sabie Road, Hazyview, Mpumalanga, 1242, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on S29 Sabie Road, Hazyview, is near Shangana Cultural Village.
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      Travel Blogs from Hazyview

      Swaziland to Kruger National Park

      A travel blog entry by larrylyn on Feb 17, 2014

      10 photos

      ... plus birds, awesome birds. A very slow drive but a great drive! We had lunch at Skukuza Restcamp and were able to stretch and shop until 3pm and then another leisurely drive to the hotel. Our group was checked in efficiently and then wandered the property in awe. Truly an outstanding hotel at the entrance to the park built to reflect the surroundings. Protea Hotel Kruger Gate must be the flagship of the Protea chain. No one can imagine ...

      Magoebaskloof Canopy Tours

      A travel blog entry by dew.drop.planet on Nov 09, 2013

      10 photos

      ... the next one. It was longer and faster, gliding effortlessly over the Groot Letaba River from the treetops to the rock face, we were all starting to get the hang of it. What a feeling! The next zip line was breath taking. You can hear the waterfall, you have no idea how high or how wide it is. As the guides clip you onto the line you can feel the rush of the water below you. You pick up speed as you zip above the river between two large cliffs ...

      The Starkey Hearing Foundation

      A travel blog entry by mattcurry77 on Oct 14, 2013

      44 photos

      ... was stone cold, all I could think is he has been deaf for many years and lost the ability to communicate. There is also the chance he has been cast away by his family and had been on his own for a while. It’s hard for me to say since we could not communicate in any way, shape or form. Sadly, it appeared that he had come to the clinic by himself as we did not see that he had any family accompanying him. Danny said this was one of the more difficult patients ...

      On Safari with Richard Branson

      A travel blog entry by mattcurry77 on Oct 09, 2013

      18 photos

      ... them. The guide said they were out there but hadn't been spotted in awhile. Ric************ to explain that it is very rare indeed to see wild dogs on safari, but it was his favorite animal to spot. He elaborated about the habits of the wild dog, how it's the most efficient killer in "the bush" and vicious. The pack will run an animal to exhaustion and then one will sink it's teeth in the neck while the others disembowel it tearing to shreds. Vicious ...

      First Kruger Park Game Drive

      A travel blog entry by lisabraz on Mar 07, 2013

      4 comments, 19 photos

      ... which looped off the main artery. Serge and his companion asked probably 4 more times for a pit stop over the subsequent hour before Alfred turned up a twisty dirt road that dead-ended at the base of a big cluster of boulders. At that point it was, exit the vehicle at your own risk. The Belgian guys jumped out and proceeded to pee with their backs to the rest of us, a little ways off. Bill also hopped out and found a nearby bush. Andrew, our seatmate, proclaimed ...