Matamba Private Game Lodge
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25/9/14 I'm staying at the Royal Livingstone Hotel at Livingstone in South Africa. I got to go on a helicopter & see Victoria falls ,plus Livingstone. Then I got to see the lions & I loved walking with the lions, there ...
... read 35 km rather then 3.5 km...'should've gone to spec savers' was the cry from the backseat followed by relief all round...
Thought we'd struck 'game spotter gold' on entering Entabeni Game Lodge...zebra galore and we were practically escorted to reception by a giraffe...
Wildebeest, rhino ...
... Ford tractor...we even got to see a couple of Warthog and some Impala aka 'bush burger' due to its distinctive 'M' marking on its rear and it's reputation for being an easy to come by 'fast food' for all bush predators(!)
Quad bike rides gave Jake, Karis and me an adrenaline fix before a lovely supper...we even tried our hand at making Biltong...now follows 24hours marinating and then a couple of days drying ...
... the animals and maximizes a guests experience. Only two
vehicles are allowed at any sighting and they can only stay for about
five minutes to allow other waiting vehicles a chance to take a look.
Shayne reiterated the rules while we waited and then it was our turn
to pull into view of the lions. There they were! Lions rarely do
anything exciting, mostly they just lay around and sleep. I think
... heavily on humans. This led to a lot of aggression
during the breeding season and she had a particular habit of
attacking vehicles. It was during one of these attacks that she was
unfortunately struck and killed. Before her death she had laid a
fertile egg, however, and this was rushed to a vet where it was
incubated until it hatched – producing Mokaikai. He was hand-reared
but ultimately returned to his proper family. In addition to