Silonque Bush Estate
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to try to prevent these creatures from going extinct. In 2007 1 Rhino was poached every month. As you can see at the attached pics the numbers of poached Rhino went up year by year. In 2013 89 Eighty nine, Rhino's were poached each month. When poaching continues in this rate, in my life time, we will not be able to see this creature anymore. Enough sad news. Sunday evening I decided to bail out on a "tourist" thing and decided to go for a solo experience. I drove to the ...
... font-size: small; font-family: 'lucida grande', 'Segoe UI', Tahoma, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Each safari drive there is a mid-way stop, always on top of a different mountain with a great view. This evening we experienced a truly amazing sunset view that was stunning. We then drove back in the dark, not seeing much, but very enjoyable nonetheless.
... when the guides seemed to be on alert, talking to each
other, one would walk off, whistle and we would move on and then one of
the guides was down in a kneeling position, with his gun cocked. They
were on the alert for lions but I guess, I am glad we did not have a
close encounter with one!
We did stop and have a bite to eat, cheese, biltong, crackers, and digestives with a variety of
Then on we went. We were able to ...
... international status' when apartheid laws were changed to allow hotels and resorts to become multiracial. (Bannister, Anthony & Brendan Ryan, Die Nasionale Parke van Suid-Afrika, page 14. Struik, 1993) Salitje (talk)
00:35, 16 June 2010 (UTC)
We had also talked to a farmer and his wife at the cooking area and after dinner walked over to his campsite and had a very nice chat about their life on the farm and the crops they grew and life in general.
... I enjoyed a yummy ice-cream as we walked towards the Elephant Museum. In this museum there is a pretty good display informing us about the 7 Great Tuskers – elephants that had the longest tusks in the park. They have all passed away now and their statistics, tusks and photos are on display. We then walked around the camp ground which is situated on the Letaba River. Walking around the camp there are many bushbuck. It ...