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Yesterday we drove into Kruger, on the road in we got stopped at a check point, this was OK but when we were about to leave we got asked if we had bread, with two puzzled faces we wondered if you were'nt allowed to take it into the park for some reason so we asked why did they want to know if we had bread, the answer, because she was hungry!!!! So we gave them a couple of slices then the check she asked us to check the expiry date. One of the most ...
... elephant grazing and some hippos and crocodile. In the late afternoon drive we saw a number of giraffes and hundreds of impala and other antelopes. After the evening meal we travelled on the optional night game drive we had booked here at the visitor centre and were stunned to see early on in the drive a leopard only about 6 metres from the truck. He/she just stood there giving us both a front and side on view before ...
... 2 full days of safari across which we covered about 500km and had 2 sunset drives and a night drive. Obviously we were here for the 'Big 5' - Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo and Leopard and this is the place listed as the best chance of seeing them. But as Lloyd described, its random and luck on the day, and even with 11000 rhino we still didn't manage to see one so thank God we did at Monate. The chance of seeing leopard was pretty low to begin with and the odds weren't in ...
... met the family staying next door to us who also have two little ones basically a year younger that our two, they invite us to join them for dinner.
Their little boy, who I still haven't managed to figure out his name, is crazy about Madi and they get on famously, Layla once again only just makes it through dinner before falling sound a sleep after a quick pram lap around the resort. This evenings entrainment is a traditional dance by the Maasi Mara, who have a village near by.The ...
... I would be proud like the Lion I was desperately trying to avoid, "Oh look Wifey, you get to be right next to these cuddly man destroyers, doesn't that look exciting!".... (no it doesn't Wifey, it looks terrifying, I'm scared, can you please hold me).
Some people would say pride is a stupid thing, and I would agree, pride is a stupid thing. My stupid pride had landed me a week of Safari, which would include some ...
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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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