Moonlight Backpackers Lodge

Address: off R513 Hartbeespoort / Brits, Brits, North-West Province, 0251, South Africa | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on off R513 Hartbeespoort / Brits, Brits, is near De Wildt Cheetah Centre.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Moonlight Backpackers Lodge Brits

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Travel Blogs from Brits

It's not what, It's how.

A travel blog entry by fischie on Jul 17, 2014

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The trick to any journey is to understand your goals and objectives. After a slow start at Dikhololo (including a sick day), I decided to change my approach to the bush break away. I awoke to the sound of a dove trying to impress a willing receptor with his vocal abilities and decided that this might just be my cue for a fresh approach to Dikhololo. I got up with the sun and will advice anyone to do exactly that. Between six and eight am this family resort morphed into ...

Bush run - Bed run

A travel blog entry by fischie on Jul 16, 2014

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Like I said yesterday one would be wise to approach Dikhololo more like a family type vacation resort than a game reserve. After waking up to the sound of our neighbors busily preparing breakfast I decided to go for a early morning jog to familiarize myself with my surroundings. Dikhololo has a 2,5 and 5 km walking/running route wich is clearly marked with white boards beginning at the circle in front of the ...

Arrival

A travel blog entry by fischie on Jul 15, 2014

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After a shortened workday I took the N4 heading to Rustenburg from Pretoria. As soon as I took the Brits off-ramp the scenery started to change. Leaving behind me the mining scenes and massive corn and maize farms associated with Gauteng. I saw the familiar bush veld that the North-West province and Limpopo are famous for. Be warned that you will have to drive a gravel road of about 12km before you will reach the gates ...

The first week of living with lion cubs!

A travel blog entry by franmullineux on Oct 24, 2013

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... all of the different owls that had been taken in and rescued, along with some on the point of release too. This had literally been started off a few years ago tryout to help owls in trouble and had blossomed from there. But without public funding, it was basically funded by the family themselves who had of course developed a passion for it. Once again a wonderful experience, and one I would recommend to anybody in the area. Before we knew it, we were back ...

Life is too short for traffic

A travel blog entry by nicolenoordhoek on Oct 16, 2011

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This morning, as every other morning on this trip, we had to get up early. We quickly realised that sleeping in would be a rarity on this trip. We off around 6 am and stopped en route for breakfast. J.J was no longer our guide, instead we were now with Lloyd, who would be with us throughout the Chobe and Vic Falls part of our trip.
On our way down from the Camp ...