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Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
The next day after another 5am start we did an all day game drive and enjoyed seeing lots more animals including a rare black rhino. On our return we cooled off with a refreshing swim in the pool whilst watching bathing hippos grunt away in the background.
Tomorrow after a further morning game drive we fly to Jo'burg for our last night in South Africa before flying ...
... cloud" drift on past. We have started calling our car "cloud" because we seem to be able to drift by most animals without them being startled.
As we were coming back from this drive the large herd of buffalo had moved out onto the road and we had to drive through them. Once again, they just turned and looked but did nothing as we came through.
... from hyena in the distance they all retreated back into the bushes. The guide, now talking revved his engine so the elephants knew we were passing. No further from the elephants about 15 of them in single file moved onto the road then made a gathering, all dragging their feet and trunks along the concrete surface. Normally they do this to feel vibrations; however the guide said it was very abnormal for them to do it as much as they were and even he didn't know what ...
... of nowhere in Africa, and our guides had never had anything like this happen before. We talked to the guard at the gate and he told us that we could get some stitches at a station inside Kruger. Dianne was feeling fine, nothing had really started to hurt yet so we decided to keep going until we found the station. The guides pointed out some wildlife on the way down, and things kind of went back to normal. We knew the place we were headed would ...
... br> The Ranger drove the Land Rover Safari vehicle, and the Tracker sat in a small seat hanging over the front bumper. They often tracked animals for a "find", turning off road and bashing thru the bush as necessary. And all rangers had an earpiece in their ear and a microphone to communicate with each other to share information on animal spottings. Each Rover held a maximum of 8 people in a stepped ...
- Swimming pool
- Free parking