Lion Sands Kruger National Park
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the hour or so flew by even though it was incredibly hot without the breeze from the truck to cool us down.
After some more R&R back at the lodge we all saddled up for our second to last game drive at Sabi Sands and we were of course anxious to see what we could find this time around. Our first stop was to check back on our leopard friend to see if maybe by chance she had started to dig into her kill. When we got there the hyena was still hanging ...
... that Impala operate in matriarchal herds with a few male consorts in a troop of females and when a male becomes a sub-adult he will leave the herd to join a bachelor herd where they aren't particularly aggressive, they just do their Impala thing and walk around eating.
... early evening.
BIG FIVE DAY
Rested and refreshed, we were fourth in line out the gate. Headed for our favorite road that leads to the Numbi Gate. One of the first things we saw was a lion. We had been stopped by a safari drivier who asked if we had seen the LION. Told us to go back and maybe we would see it and sure enough we got a short view before it was lost to sight. Saw some great ...
... the way back going south we encountered also Cheetahs on the road among lots of other Wild-live. The key to see the big Cats is getting up very early....having only Biscuits on the way for Break-feast..... but its worth it. The Elephant Familia frolicking and playing in the water at a waterhole where also very nice and we wished having a good camera with good zooming since ...
... must you burn it for
cooking, as it’s toxic.
We enjoyed a swim in the lap pool, just a bit of
de-stress. And at 4pm we joined the
evening safari, seeing again some wonderful sightings of elephants, giraffes,
rhino, zebra, European roller birds, yellow hornbills, woodland kingfisher,
guinea fowl, and foam nest frogs – or, their ...