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Travel Blogs from Rustenburg
Squeezing in one more visit to the waterhole and dam, and a final farewell to the giraffes, elephants and wildebeest, we happened upon our host Hazel. She described some of the experiences she and husband Duncan (a vet) had been involved in, especially in relation to a wild dog conservation project initiated through multi-agency funding and located …
Alex had the weekend off, so we drove about 4 hours up to Pilansberg National Park. It's a small park that you can drive through and see wild animals in their natural habitat. Alex did really well driving us there - they drive on the left side here. We drove through Johannesburg a little, and we got to see more of South Africa. Things didn't look …
... personal with some rhino and elephant and all the other usual culprits! Back to the hotel for a buffet breakfast which conveniently had bread, cold meats and cheese (that was lunch sorted!!) and we decided we would buy an entry into the park so we could go on our own self-drive safaris – Mikey is the driver and I am the spotter! We headed back into the park and spent about 3 hours driving around in our little Toyota Etios (similar size to a Yaris) – we even managed to go ...
... twin cab Volkswagen bakkie/ute. It is huge and all our stuff fitted in the back which has an enclosed canopy on, so it is all safe. Tim drove like a star out of Joburg with Matt ably navigating, and we were soon sailing along at 120 on our way to Sun City. We got to Sun City at about 8.30ish, and for those that all worried about us buying the week's accommodation on Gum Tree ... well, everything is fine, and we ...
... to the mineral lick. From here we started to drive back towards camp via Nkakane, which was uphill. Along here we came across a rhino and had a very close sighting of it as he ate grass. Further along Nkakane we came to a small waterhole and in the middle was a lonely hippo watching us. It was now time to turn around and go back to Manyane Gate and start cooking dinner. On the way down the hill we saw the rhino again, still happily eating grass by the road. We ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility