Imbali Safari Lodge
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We arrived in Hoedspruit, stepped off the propeller plane straight on to the runway and made our way to the terminal building, the smallest airport I've ever been in! We got our bags, picked up our hire car and we were away! It took us 2.5 hrs to get to Imbali Safari lodge, in the heart of Kruger National Park. We met a few "friends" along the way …
... off the ground and you will be on unpaved roads. But we read up on things and found you don't need them and can save $50 US/day with a regular rental. We joked that the first animal we'd see would be a squirrel or something. We really had no idea what we'd see here and hoped that we'd see a lion.
Within 5 minutes, we saw several giraffes munching on trees. They're so cool. We high-fived each other in our wildlife naivete. Within 4 days, ...
... with trailers. This is a very interesting little town which dates back to the 1800's and there are a multitude of tourist options like Museums and Monuments and also worth a visit is The Valley of Desolation situated within the Camdeboo Nature Reserve with its amazing views over the dam and town and Klein Karoo landscapes. Sunset makes these sheer cliff faces come alive with colour. The N9 was our preferred route from GR having driven it on a ...
... Rest Camp is a godsend for those not wanting to cook. Mugg and Bean are here, large as life and portion size is as big as their menu - even satisfies the odd American who arrived wearing fake leopard ankle covers over his userious man boots in 35 deg temps - all that was missing was his leopard skin loin cloth! The shaded and great viewing deck overlooking the Olifants River attracts all sorts of tourists who come here to beat the midday sun and take a ...
... 8221; replied the mother … “good luck with that” is what I thought ! OMG – what a pain these two are.
While we were on the road, we saw lots of lightening. I asked Jabulani if it would be raining at the Lodge – he said it was further away – thank goodness – I didn’t fancy driving back to the lodge in an open top vehicle in the rain !!
It took us about 10-15 mins to get back to ...