Kariega River Lodge

Address: R 343, Kenton-on-Sea, Greater Addo, Eastern Cape, 6191, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on R 343, Kenton-on-Sea, is near Seal Point and Nelson Mandela Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Kenton-on-Sea

    Beach Safari

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Dec 06, 2013

    7 photos

    ... was terrified and dashed into the bushes.

    There were some water birds, mostly as we neared the Indian Ocean - Egrets, Herons, Plover and Tern. The most impressive bird that we saw was the Goliath Heron. Man, that thing is massive!

    We banked on a beach near the opening to the Ocean. It is very windy here and the waves look very impressive as they crash into the rocks across from us at Kenton-on-Sea. We were able to explore for a bit, but ...

    Cow herding, round houses, Steve Biko

    A travel blog entry by larafunk on Mar 13, 2013

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... to our bus incident.

    Everything was going 'A okay' for the first couple hours but then as midnight struck, the bus seemed to get irrationally cold. The air was roaring on full blast, and we were all cowering under whatever blanket or jacket we had on hand. When daylight broke however, one of the girls went up to ask them to turn the air down. She came back looking kind of worried and said, “The driver said that they ...

    Deepest, darkest Africa

    A travel blog entry by binni on May 05, 2012

    8 photos

    ... the turbulent history of the town and also boasts one of the best taxidermy collections in South Africa, a little bizarre in such a town. This guy devoted his life to collecting tens of thousands of samples, many of them now housed in none other than one of my personal favourites, the Museum of Natural History in London. Happily, the safaris have not done anything to my secret love and guilty pleasure of taxidermy. Pfew!


    From Morgan Bay to Port Alfred

    A travel blog entry by carlos.quijano on May 01, 2012

    50 photos

    ... about the Desert Wolf . It reminded me of what Hennie Keiser said “ I don’t need to do advertising, you will do it for me”.

    Cintsa, was just a drive through.

    Fourth spot …..Yellow Sands.

    An impressive campsite. I think there were 83 stands. All close to the water. With neat ablutions and pretty gardens. One for the record to be visited a next time as it was just too close from our starting ...

    Away with the fairies

    A travel blog entry by katherine-anne on Mar 14, 2012

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... whiskey and it was as if I was on top of the world, free as can be, naked, the sun on my back, the water cool - what more can you wish for, tell me, for I don't know.

    We search for the most beautiful places in the world, and on to the next, better than the last, but happiness you can not plan, it can be anywhere that you suddenly realise you are happy - even in a mucky bath tub hanging off a cliff, in a place that didn't really seem that ...