Three Cities Greenway Woods Resort
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... of an impala up a tree which a leopard must have been saving for later. The highlight was seeing a number of young animals, the best being a young elephant suckling. The baby giraffes were pretty cute too. So what did we see? Buffalo Lions Giraffes Zebra Tortoise Bush buck Kudu Rhino Hippo Crocodile Impala Warthog, with three very cute babies Baboon Monkeys Owl. Our guide was fabulous with a very dry sense of humour. He was local and lived in a village on the perimeter of ...
... Leaving the N4 we travelled a few Km on a rough road past very basic African housing in a traditional township, and on to Bongani Reserve. We swapped from the bus to 4WD safari vehicles and travelled 7 very rough and steep km to the lodge. Along the way we saw 3 elephants, a group of kudu, a lizard buzzard with an tree iguana in its claws, and a jackal buzzard.
The rooms and dining area of the lodge were magnificent and ...
My goals for this Southern Africa trip were primarily to get to know the people, to better understand the history and to experience the culture. I knew that Safaris would be part of this experience but I had no idea what to expect. What an amazing experience! I am so fortunate! Our delightful camp within Kruger National Park is called Mjejane, after an African chief. We began our first evening with a sunset drive across Crocodile River and further ...
... lucky enough to see a pride of lions sitting in the road...a perfect end to our Kruger trip. Started our drive to next destination. We were driving at around 3pm and from then until sundown the light was beautiful - a deep golden colour which makes all the colours incredibly vibrant. Africa is a photographer's paradise! We drove through Hazyview and the views around here are stunning - sweeping vistas that go on forever. You can see for miles ...
... the “wrong side” of the road to Oliver’s Lodge & Restaurant. It is funny not seeing anyone in the left side of the car when there are no passengers. GPS did its job well. Just have to remember to look the correct way for traffic. The lodge is very nice. We were greeted at the door like long lost family. We have a room with ...