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Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... if we saw any of the
big five we were to wait until they told us it was OK to take pictures
and not any of the speed ---10 shots at time. They also said if they
told us to get behind bush, drop to ground etc. to do so because that
meant it was a life threatening situation but do not worry, they had
their guns and they knew how to use them and had used them. Seemed a
little over the top on that part
of their spiel, but ok, we ...
June 13 -Satara to Balule
When we were making reservations for this trip, the weekends seemed to fill up faster than during the week. We had made reservations for Balule camp where had never been before. It does not have electricity, shops, or any of the amenities that the other camps do but seems to be a favorite among a certain group of people.
As we left Satara we decided to take one last drive down the S-100 and were ...
Our game drive today was an all day drive travelling north through the park. We were only going to see a very small part of this park as the park is the size of Wales. We were very tired all day because of the continual early starts and last night's late finish. We stopped at Tshokawane camp for morning tea and you could clearly see the damage the floods of 5 weeks ago had caused as the toilet block had been flooded and they were using port-a-loos. We were very ...
... the gate there was a large petrol station with a Steers. Here we filled up the car with petrol and enjoyed lunch before entering the park. We quickly paid our entrance fees and we were in.
We spent the next two hours slowly driving to Letaba Camp. We were pretty tired due to the early start and really hot weather. It was a quiet drive to the camp. We saw impalas, a great sight of a breeding herd of elephants at ...
... We set off on our evening safari and saw all the usual as well as lions. However - no leopards.
After returning from the safari, we had dinner outside under the stars in the Boma. Some of the lodge employees demonstrated some African dances.
It was an early night again, as we have an early travel start tomorrow.
- Swimming pool
- Free parking