Arathusa Safari Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Sabi Sands Game Reserve
... at the front of the Land Ranger convertible where he searched dedicatedly for any signs of animals or fresh animal tracks. Our guide was Robin who informed us and taught us all about every single thing you would ever want to know about any animal or bird or trees or track or animal behavior or, .. pretty much anything. We learned so much from these two and they were so good at what they did. Then the rest of the group, along ...
My past few days have been the strangest days I've had here. It hasn't felt like I am actually leaving, even as I sit on a flight to port Elizabeth from Johannesburg I feel although I will always arrive at the same destination and that will be riverside rehabilitation centre once again. I guess because I've decided to return at some point around September time i know that I will be back in no time and that this will only be a short ...
... and Egyptian Duck. Our
highlight was seeing 3 lions give up on their attempt to catch a
Wildebeest. We did not see the actual chase but caught them as they
were slinking off in disgust. Finally we saw a male Lion by the side
of the road that was definitly not well. He had damage to one rear
leg and was panting away like mad. We heard that they were waiting
for the vet to attend him. We then settled down for the night at ...
... shell, wildebeest and a small herd of elephants. We stopped on a large rock and had a small breakfast. Continuing on we saw giraffe, another elephant and trees damaged by elephants. We arrived at a waterhole. Nearby were some wildebeest and then as we looked around we noticed two heads emerge from the water. A pair of hippos were looking as us. Luckily we were standing on a low wall and felt a bit safe. The hippos didn't seem too happy to see us. We didn't stay too long.
... we saw a giraffe and a very large bull elephant. The elephant had very long tusks. At one stage he was walking straight towards us. He had no intentions of getting off the track so we could pass, instead we had to reverse. Once he bored of us and moved away we started to drive back towards camp. This time on the bridge over the river we saw a herd of impalas, a couple of waterbuck and a trio of hippos out of the water and grazing on land. Just before we drove into the ...