Moonlight Backpackers Lodge

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


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 ...

Hello Africa

A travel blog entry by patricia1957 on Nov 15, 2013

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... travelers - a couple of guys from the Sunshine Coast, and a couple Vancouver. They all seem far.....and only time will tell how everyone gets on in a big group. There will be 8 bikes, 3 with pillions the rest with single riders 11 people in all not including the guides, good sized group. We're being picked up at 7:45 am tomorrow to pick up the bikes and start the tour - yay! The fun ...

Walking with elephants

A travel blog entry by oncloud9_k on Jan 23, 2013

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Today we went to the local elephant sanctuary. They rescue elephants from all over the south of Africa and at the moment they have 5. 4 are fully trained and people can interact with them and the big male bull they have only had for 2 years so is nearly ready to go on display. The sanctuary aims to be a half- way house forming family groups that can be release into the wild in protected parks.