Letaba Rest Camp
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLetaba Rest Camp Kruger National Park
Los huts que dan al río Letaba tienen una vista espectacular. Los huts son amplios y los baños están cerca. El restaurante también tiene una excelente vista. Es uno de los pocos camps donde además se puede caminar.
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Pravir pointed out the Marula tree from which the very yummy Amarula drink (the ...
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As Ms Leopard was showing no signs of moving, Pravir suggested moving on. So we did...came across some zebra, and got up close with a white (a mispronunciation of 'wide' in reference to this species' wide mouth) rhino. That was slightly worrying as I was sure if it decided ...
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June 5-14, 2015
Kruger National Park, South Africa
A half hour video of our trip to Kruger is at https://youtu.be/486TdEEvvdw
A list of all of the animal species we saw over 9 days is at the end of this ...
... and only had enough cash to leave a 50p tip when our waiter was so nice. We felt so bad. We saw a white tailed mongoose on the way to the cash machine. This mongoose is known for it's unusual amount of confidence and has been known to feed around hyenas. We also read that a 4kg white tailed mongoose ripped the throat out of a 60kg Stafford bull terrier which gives you a slight indication to leave it alone. I ran back to the restaurant and gave our waiter a better tip as we ...
... Chippa about his story of becoming a tour guide. When asked, he told us he lives in the "Beverly Hills" neighborhood. The tour was so beautifully done and he was so warm and good-humored. We saw both some extreme challenges and hardships that people face (50% of Langa residents are unemployed) well as were exposed to their successes and how they're moving forward. He clearly cares deeply about his community and the people in it. A little anecdote....someone ...