Kapama River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKapama River Lodge Kapama Private Game Reserve
Magical place! Staff fantastic. Food excellent. Animals...beyond belief
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Day started out same as yesterday. 6:00 up. 6:30 coffee. 7:00 game drive.
Wayne and Vusi took us out into the bush in search of elephants today. They tracked them through the bush until we turned to corner to see a monster crossing the road. Enormous creatures. Gentle as they are huge. Who could roll our truck like we would roll a loaf of …
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7:00 safari vehicles...camera and 600mm lens in hand (this puppy is about 2 feet long and weighs close to 7 lbs...BIG lens)
Less than 5 minutes in, giraffe, antelope, zebra (rhymes with Debra)...all in one shot. What a way …
After a long day of travel we made it to Kapama Game Reserve and it is amazing. The lodge is beautiful, quiet and relaxing. The rooms are comfy and the food is yummy. We had a few hours to settle in and then went on our first game drive. I will admit that I was a little concerned about the safari portion of our vacation. I like animals but I am not …
... from following leopard tracks! So rude! And also you shouldn't get out of the jeep without asking. Then when we returned from the drive and were having drinks before dinner, he was extremely vocal in saying how displeased he was with the safari so far. He thought south Africa would be like the serengeti with open fields and animals running through them all day every day. "this is not what I wanted" he kept saying. Well meanest australian to ever live, i have ...
... a 45 minute bush walk on foot, to get a closer look at the flora of the bush. Although the focus is not on seeing animals, our ranger was carrying a .458 rifle, and we were given strict instructions before heading out. It was very interesting to have a closer look at the flora of the bush, the prints left by animals, and of course the animal dung, which lets you know by what they eat, what kind of animal was there. I am definitely a pro at identifying elephant dung, and although ...