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 …
... and this scenic route traverses 2 beautiful mountain passes before coming out into George. 5700 Kms later, Terry and I arrived back home to a warm autumn day in beautiful Knysna. We count our blessings every time we cross over the white bridge with the lagoon snaking its way to the Heads. Thanks to all participants who made comments on my various blogs, I really do appreciate your interest - now I look forward to a trip of a different kind! Cheers from Lizzie & ...
... sin bin. Ice is the most essential ingredient for a happy " glamper " in hot weather. A swimming pool comes in second but only the larger Kruger Rest camps have these on offer. No bush camps have pools. The communal camp gas freezers are not cold enough to make ice unless you are able to wait a few days so we took advantage of this extra amenity to chill some bubbly! The gas freezers would come in handy later on. The regular wildlife visiting our fence ...
... crossed. I pointed out to him he would not have got that same shot had we been here.
I went back to doing the blog and from time to time I got up and went out to the terrace – I noticed some elephants across the river from our bungalow, went back inside to alert Doug who got his camera and took some happy snaps.
Doug spent 2 hours watching elephants and then when they crossed right in front of our bungalow and ...
... directions and meet their respective drivers/guides at another point.
On the way to meet Jabulani, we spotted a Warthog … it stopped, hid behind a tree and looked at us … sensing no danger it walked on then stopped again.
Wanted moved the car around to the fork in the road and parked around the corner. The Warthog walked on, stopped, and sensing no danger, came out from the hilly incline and the long ...