Silonque Bush Estate

Plot 30 - 34, Phalaborwa, Limpopo, 1390, South Africa | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Phalaborwa

An African Adventure - Part 2 - Safari!

A travel blog entry by mark.peters820


An African Adventure - Part 2 - Safari!
When my little prop plane touched down in Phalaborwa airport, I was immediately met with broad smiles, cheerful greetings in a number of local languages, and truly remarkable sculptures in front of this tiny outpost for the Big Five, the most prized natives of the jungle (rhinos, elephants, buffalo …

Hyena inside the fence ! Letaba to Phalabowra

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2


... make it a game drive as we headed into Phalabowra. While we were loading up the car, Jerry said he had seen a hyena right next to him on the road as he was heading to the restroom. I wasn't sure if he wasn't pulling my leg but then I looked over near our tent and there was a hyena right there! Jumped in the car and warned Robert when he came back from the ablution block.

Four years ago while we were in Botswana, we had met Darren and had stayed in touch ...

Cheeky Elephant

A travel blog entry by lucasclanof4


... there was another family arriving so we made the best of searching for the leopard but still to no avail. Vestment and Phillip took us to a stunning spot for a warm drink. Under a huge, magnificent fig tree.

Heading back to camp, we thought we should have some quite time. So the kids had a nap and I did some packing. OMG, we head off tomorrow! Suddenly, I heard this rustling next to our tent. As ...

A-wimoweh,In the jungle the lion is not asleep!I

A travel blog entry by elephanto12345


... the security guard -part of his job is to keep guests from going on the lawn at dusk - did we find out that a woman had been killed by a hippo a few years ago on yes that very bridge!!!!! The heavy rain has meant that many activities had to be cancelled today and part of the Kruger was so flooded the roads were closed and some people had to be rescued from the trees.

Berg-en-dal rest camp, Kruger Park

A travel blog entry by oneluckygirl


Berg-en-dal- Well, there weren't any honeybadgers that came last night. Probably because Sophie scared it half to death last night when she exitedly yelled about it. But there was something else even better (or worse) this morning. Vervet monkeys! They came to our deck and knocked over our trash can and raided our cupboards. There were probably about 10 of them. They stole a whole bag of apples and our bananas (from a cupboard that ...


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