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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... along. Found a nice big tree to take a short nap under. It is cooler in the car with windows open for a short nap in either morning or afternoon.
Drove into another of the pull outs and Robert is looking at the rocks on the river and discovers they are not all rocks but there are some lions resting on one of the rocks! Watch them for awhile and are able to see four, no five lions out on the rocks befroe they disappeared ...
... tracks we saw a number of other game - aardvark and wildebeest included when a ranger radioed that another leopard was sighted. We raced off in that direction and followed the leopard's trail to some rocks where she was relaxing. It was really rocky uneven terrain but that didn't deter Pravir from driving us as close as possible. We sat and watched its every twitch and scratch and we clicked away getting some amazing images. ...
... line-height: normal;">We made our way down the rocky slope gingerly - there was a fair bit of rock-making-contact-with-metal sounds and Ronnie and Pravir thought we had a puncture but it was all good.
... Fresh leopard tracks! It's beyond me how they see tracks while driving along these dry and dusty dirt roads. Another Ranger then radioed in and we made our way to a tree not far away, on the way stopping to photography a trio of giraffes - they posed quite nicely for us.
We then got to The Tree. There was fresh kill (probably a bushbuck) high in the branches, one glazed eye of a very dead bushbuck gazing at us. And at the foot of the tree lay the owner of the kill - ...
Back to the camp for sundowners and dinner. The bush babies and squirrels putting on a show for us. Tonight we were treated to a meat dish called boboti - its origins are Malayan. It can be served as a dinner dish and leftovers are often eaten for breakfast. It was served with yellow rice (turmeric) and raisins and a red cabbage salad with a secret ingredient - banana !! Dessert was like a sticky date steamed pudding with a rich sweet ...