Imbali Safari Lodge

Kruger national park, Skukuza, Mpumalanga, 1350, South Africa | Hotel

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Lions appear in the mist....

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2


... international status' when apartheid laws were changed to allow hotels and resorts to become multiracial. (Bannister, Anthony & Brendan Ryan, Die Nasionale Parke van Suid-Afrika, page 14. Struik, 1993) Salitje (talk)
00:35, 16 June 2010 (UTC)

We had also talked to a farmer and his wife at the cooking area and after dinner walked over to his campsite and had a very nice chat about their life on the farm and the crops they grew and life in general.

Lions roar out, while a man plants trees in Satara

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2


... permission because we have seen signs elsewhere in the park telling you not to plant anything and if you do it will be removed.

We got to see a new bird for us, the double banded sand grouse sitting in the road on the evening drive. Lots of nice animal shots, chances to laugh at the baboon antics out on the road and just enjoying the scenery around us.

First one leopard, then another!

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2


... warm day and there was not much moving on our way to Skukuza and we then got to the reception where we presented our travel document and Wild Card and then sign the reservation form they had printed. They seem to be keeping track of you in the park much better than in the past it seems.

Drove around looking for a campsite and they all seemed to be in the sun, to far from ablutions or cooking area, ...

Game and night drive from Lower Sabie, Kruger Park

A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon


... birds, and this time they included White Storks as well as Yellow-billed Storks and a Darter. Another lifer for me was Red-billed Buffalo Weaver which had a colony in the nests of the Egyptian Geese in the dead tree in the middle of the dam. A Water Monitor strolled by close to the vehicle.

We eventually moved off on a drive east of the Sabie river through more open country than we have ...

Kruger Park - Skukuza to Lower Sabie

A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon


... in front us.

We were then on the way again but animals apart from Impala we fairly sparsely spread. We were following the course of the Sabie River. The main animals we saw and photographed were Elephant, Giraffe and Warthog. It was clearly too hot for much activity. A lunch break was taken at the Nkhulu picnic site under the shade of big trees.

On the road again we stopped at Sunset Dam, only a half ...


This hotel, located on Kruger national park, Skukuza, is near Blyde River Canyon, Chapman's Peak Drive, Golden Gate National Park, and Duiker Island.
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