Kwa Maritane Bush Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... saw him do occasionally so it must have been something you don’t see very often and then he radioed everyone in the local area to get across quick to see them. It was brilliant.
We finished up totally chuffed and headed back to the lodge to get our bags and head off. We took some photos with Brett and Junita who were exceptional guides and as they had been using a pair of broken binoculars for the past few ...
... of the road were 2 huge Rhinos, behind them was a herd of wildebeest, a few Warthog and some Impala with a handful of Elephants in the distance!
The day proved hugely lucrative in terms of sightings, before breakfast we had seen:
Rhino, Elephant, Kudu, Giraffe, Zebra, Warthog, Impala, Black backed jackal, Wildebeast, African Ground squirrel, Springbok, Waterbuck, Fish Eagle, Kori Bustard (the biggest flying bird in ...
... who is in charge of collecting the entrance fee and open the gate is not here yet.
We have taken plenty of water, snacks, and protein bars, so that we don't have to stop and get a bite to eat, we are prepared for the long ride ahead of us. There are restrooms throughout the park and they are sometimes listed as picnic areas, there are areas with tables and grills if you wish to cook.
... farms, flower farms, chicken farms, cattle, farms, horse , sheep, cheese factory and many tourist attractions. our pilot was a female who flys hot air balloons for a hobby 35 years, she has flown commercially in the Napa valley. She has flown 707s . Mostly flew Lear jets, She's flown in war zones, you name it she's flown it. Few years ago was flying lears in the Congo. She dropped out of school at 17, took flying lessons and it's all she has ...
... we come across are a sizeable obstinancy of Cape Buffalo that look at us with seeming bewilderment. Seven-year-old Darcy takes a sunrise picture over a large pond and so do we. A Black Backed Jackal is trying to warm up in the grass and hopefully snag an unsuspecting guinea fowl. The kudu seem to be prolific in Madikwe and a large female poses for us in the morning light. Another jackal looks ...