Ekland Safaris

Address: Trichardt, Makhado / Louis Trichardt, 0920, Louis Trichardt, Limpopo, 0920, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Trichardt, Makhado / Louis Trichardt, 0920, Louis Trichardt.
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      The Future Looks Bright

      A travel blog entry by hartherapy on Feb 05, 2015

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      Training is exhausting, so this week has been a welcomed change in events!  As Peace Corps Trainees (PCTs), we have the opportunity to visit a current Peace Corps Volunteer at his/her site for a few days to sort of preview what life will possibly be like once we swear in.  Myself and another PCT visited a Volunteer living about 70 km outside of Tzaneen.  Tzaneen boasts a magnificent display of the tail end of the Drakensberg; a beautiful 1000 km mountain range ...

      Back in SA after almost 8 weeks

      A travel blog entry by barbikewley on Jul 08, 2014

      3 comments

      It was with fear and trembling that we approached Beit Bridge. There were literally hundred of people in the queue waiting for immigration. We were approached by a very nice man who said to Doggy that he must go with him to get the gate pass. I was left in the queue amongst this seething mass with people pushing left right and centre. Very soon a chap who was also at the Lion and Elephant who we had met at dinner, came ...

      This is Africa

      A travel blog entry by fotheringham on Feb 12, 2010

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... Each one growing its own larder... the area shows little european influence and has some strong craft based communes. Tsonga and VaVenda peoples are working side by side in workshops and our guide who had quite marked political ideals, took us to some of the indigenous culture initiatives which are remarkable as they are funded by the locals themselves to try ...

      Following 'The Breaker'

      A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Apr 07, 2009

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      ... by 2 men. It would have been bloody hot inside. Once there was three of these 'tanks' only one survives.

      We then headed south east and onto a working farm which grows macadamia nuts, avocados and more. The old farmer joined us for the short stroll thru' his delightful gardens into the small forest plantation where there was a grave to three young men who had been killed by the BVC.

      Just up the road from the farm are the ...

      Electric fences hurt

      A travel blog entry by lauraclark on Aug 29, 2006

      1 comment, 4 photos

      Hey all! All is still well and have spent 7 weeks in Karongwe house without killing anyone yet which I think is quite an achievment! Alot has happened since I last wrote, I will try and remember it all! Most memorable was being done by the electric fence that surrounds the reserve... We take turns in opening it when we have to leave and it is normally ok, but I was joking about how it was sparking and that I was gonna get a shock, so everyone watched and one of the guys ...

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