Sabi River Sun Resort
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSabi River Sun Resort Hazyview
This was our base for a week. A gated Time-Share resort developed on a golf course. The serviced bungalows were well appointed. From here we drove our hire car [Nissan X Trail] to nearby Kruger Park, and the surrounding countryside and towns.
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After lunch, which did not include wine for Verity and I, but did for our new South African friends, we headed out once more. This time we saw more Leopard, with it eating a recently killed Impala up a tree and a Hyena lurking below to eat the dropped bits. After seeing loads more animals we then stopped at dusk for a evening drink by the banks of a dried up river and then headed back for a BBQ in the Boma at the lodge down the ...
... were afraid to trust a stranger, so we went with the misguided GPS - another huge mistake!
The GPS took us off the freeway and onto 150 miles of African wilderness along a virtually deserted old 2-lane, potholed highway. By now it's pitch black, raining and we're dodging (most but not all) huge potholes while trying to stay in our lane and on the road (no visible centerline/no shoulder) - a ...
... heavily, did some shots, everyone was in true form that night. Then the native African dancers came out and gave us an incredible dance show around the huge bonfire. Yanik got right in to it, Steve tore off his shirt and Yanik started dancing like crazy, soon, Mike, Yanik and I were all dancing the local african jig and really getting into it, someone else, I think Mike torw off my shirt, so there we were out there dancing shirtless with the natives. The ...
... a serious back up. I’m now arriving in Joburg about the same time as my next airplane leaves there. I hope to make it home by tomorrow, but this is South Africa after all and there may be no escape. The reminders that you are in a developing nation are many once you get out of the inner part of the cities and you see the shanty towns where many of the locals live in the their corrugated tin walls and roofed houses. Trash service is an apparent luxury and ...
... part of the country. This caused us to have to slow down somewhat but we still made it to Gecko Backpackers before it got dark. Any thoughts of stopping in Hazyview were squashed as we were in 5:00 traffic and did not really want to be about after dark.
Checked in and were shown where we could put our tents. Things have changed somewhat since we were there last. They have surrounded the place with an electric fence, have a ...