Mountain Sanctuary Park

Address: 40 km (25 mi) from Magaliesburg on a dirt road, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 40 km (25 mi) from Magaliesburg on a dirt road, Johannesburg.
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    Get set,... GOOO!

    A travel blog entry by kleinsinza on Jun 29, 2015

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    ... Me, on the other hand- has to be perfectly comfortable to get any shut eye.
    We sat in a row of three. Ian, myself and our new friend Jay. Jay is from Texas but travels the world for his career as a “PH” (I’ll explain soon). He mostly travels America and South Africa, spending about 5 months in ZA (South Africa) a year to take people with loads of money and strong ambition to kill large game animals. Now, if you know me ...

    Dennis and the JAFAs

    A travel blog entry by semhay on Mar 31, 2015

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    ... lunch at Skukuza camp (feat. enormous, cheap, delicious steaks and a shitload of bees) found ourselves at Berg-En-Dal. While it was pretty weird having so many people around after the seclusion of Tamboti (where your neighbours are effectively figments of your imagination), the place had some highlights - air-conditioning, hippos in the dam, and an enormous/spotless swimming pool. A swim and a beer was pretty much exactly what we needed after a full day of driving.


    KNOW God

    A travel blog entry by on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... days.

    Many campers have already surrendered their life to Jesus Christ. It's amazing to see how God transforms lives. I'm so blessed to be here in South Africa and to be a part of this mission team. Thank you for all your support financially and prayerfully to help me get here. Tomorrow afternoon we are flying to East London followed by a two hour drive to Whittlesea. Please pray for safe travel and that God would prepare our hearts to serve in Whittlesea.

    -Brittany Sutton

    Bull Jumping, Whipping, Wiggly Canoes, Addis Rain

    A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Mar 17, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... our abhorrence of this practice.

    With the poor girl “safe” in the hut we sat on animal skins outside, whilst her mother, sister and aunt prepared coffee husk coffee and served it from a calabash. The hut was certainly interesting as all the tribes huts have been in Ethiopia, all different ranging from the Afar tribe in the north to the Arvorar in the south.

    Once we had finished and without a glimpse of the poor girl, we were led ...

    The first week of living with lion cubs!

    A travel blog entry by franmullineux on Oct 24, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... struggling with working out which cub is which, but I've surprised myself with just how much I've learnt about them already! Ranger days tend to have less of a rigorous routine to them but basically incorporate all other aspects of working with lions, working under the direction of the rangers. In the two days that I've done ranger days, we've built speed humps on the access road (and then been extremely proud every time we've driven over it afterwards!), been ...

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