Silonque Bush Estate

Address: Plot 30-32 Silonque East Nature Reserve, Phalaborwa, Limpopo, 1390, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Plot 30-32 Silonque East Nature Reserve, Phalaborwa.
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    Travel Blogs from Phalaborwa

    First day at Motswari!

    A travel blog entry by kleinsinza on Jul 01, 2015

    13 photos

    ... of Motswari Park with a few different options of shots to enjoy, haha. So we all tasted a shot, went to the bar and enjoyed a nice dinner with wine, or water or whatever we wanted. Ian and I shared a nice candlelight dinner together for our first nights dinner. It was an inclosed space with many tables already prepared for groups and couples. It was enclosed but still outside. We were near a fire and stayed warm. AND, the ...

    Nearly my last day

    A travel blog entry by beckybkdean on Apr 09, 2015

    24 photos

    ... with the baboons and even swim with them down at the pool. You don't realise what you have until you can't have it anymore. I have also struggled a lot as I lost four amazing people who have spent the past 4 weeks, 3 weeks and 2 weeks with on Monday. On the possibility that they'll have a look at my blog I'd like to thank all four of them, for pulling me through the bad times and making the good ones even better. I look forward to seeing you guys at some point ...

    Satara Day 1

    A travel blog entry by bushmantours on Mar 02, 2015

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... and walk on rocky ground in a similar way to goats. "Klip" in Afrikaans means stones. Following the loop road we returned to Nsemani Dam. As we approached we could see elephants in the distance so stopped to watch. As we waited a large herd of over twenty elephants came down to the water to wallow, play and drink. There were several babies just learning to use their trunks and falling in the water. They look as if they are going to drown but the ...

    Lions and Leopards and Elephants - Oh My!

    A travel blog entry by 9lives on Feb 16, 2015

    77 photos

    ... drive, as well as coffee/tea service with munchies during the ride. We slept after and before you knew it, it was lunch time! I thoroughly enjoyed a beet root and corn salad as well as a mouthful of Richard's pizza and banana fritters. After lunch I read while Richard napped and then we both enjoyed some time on our deck reading. As we sat there three Bushbucks walked right up to us and then passed one at a time. There were two females and a baby - the latter being the ...

    Going to the Bush (Apparently Safari is incorrect)

    A travel blog entry by jamestug on Oct 18, 2014

    67 photos

    ... stumbled upon a giraffe that had been attacks by lions (atleast 2) and was very lucky to be alive still, although, judging from the difficulty it was experiencing walking, it seemed it wouldn't survive too much longer. It's genitals had been completely ripped off by a lion. Ouch. We then ran into a herd of buffalo which was great, as well as many other standard antelope and others alike. Back to another nice buffet breakfast before heading to the pool, which looks far greater in ...