Kedar Country Hotel, Conference Center & Spa
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 …
Our tour itinerary from the website:
Collection at approximately 08h00 we head straight for the Park to set up our camp. Once done we embark on a safari into the volcano to see what the wildlife is up to. After ...
... up in the air. We got back at 12 and had lunch. We had planned to eat, pack up and do a quick drive through the park before picking up Mukesh from Sun Village. As we ate our lunch I got a text from him- he was early. So we changed our plans- eat and pack up camp then drive straight to Sun Village.
We found him at KFC. Lotta and Mukesh were staying at Jaci’s for three nights. We had to buy food and booze for the next three days and then we set off for Madikwe Game Reserve. ...
... the water park on Sunday and Monday was a better option. It certainly didn’t feel that way when we woke up and it was windy and cold! I believe it was around 16 deg.
When we reached the park we stepped into the water and it was freezing!! There was no one in the water but there were some visitors walking around, not brave enough to get in. So we took the scenic walks around the back of theme parks and had a quick look at the water ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility