Klein Waterval Riverside Lodge

Address: R45, Groot Drakenstein, 7680, Groot Drakenstein, Mpumalanga, 7680, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on R45, Groot Drakenstein, 7680, Groot Drakenstein.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Klein Waterval Riverside Lodge Groot Drakenstein

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Groot Drakenstein

Country number 7!

A travel blog entry by victoriacronk on Oct 19, 2014

1 comment

... at the airport we went inside and checked our bags in and then headed to customs. In typical African style there was no one at customs and we were told to wait in the cafe till someone turned up. After a hour sitting around some staff finally turned up and we headed through. On the other side we had a look around the shops and cafe but were far to poor to consider paying airport prices. Feeling hungry we joked that we would wait for our meal on ...

Day 4 - Business Visits

A travel blog entry by mikewho19 on Jun 04, 2014

5 photos

... different locations whether it’d be restaurant, supermarket, department stores, etc. and were to locate it and through observations, come back and give a five to ten minute presentation to the rest of the group about what we observed about the store, whether it was similar or different from that type of store in the U.S. and to complete various general and specific questions. Our restaurant we had to visit was Mugg and Bean which was like a ...

The Kruger: Wimpy-Lions

A travel blog entry by jkjohnson on Feb 12, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

February 6 to 11, 2014 " Tomorrow the restaurant closes for renovations and then Wimpy's will open," announces our waiter in his warm African accent. " Wimpy's?" Our disbelief is palpable; our outrage festers just below the surface. He picks up on it and continues. " Yes, the government is only interested in money. The park is going downhill." The park our waiter speaks of is the famed Kruger National Park; one of Africa's greatest wilderness areas in size ...


A travel blog entry by birrell on Jun 04, 2013


... modern building with few people around was a breeze.
Settled in to our stopover accomm - very pleasant and close to airport. Surrounded by a high wall with 5 strands of electric fence on top. I can't think why!!!
Warm and sunny.
Both feeling like we have got Jarrod's cold - bugger.
Time to just rest and write here.

Day 2 - Johannesburg and Soweto

A travel blog entry by katepettitpeace on Jul 02, 2012

1 photo

... into supporting projects and sustainable development, and I am hoping this will be the first example of many.

I was immediately impressed with our guides – they were young, funny and very knowledgeable about the history of the area. We walked slowly through the streets and I was engulfed by the cultural diversity, the greeting of people and the laughter of small children running around us. We eventually came to an area where back ...