Waterwiel Lodge

Address: 19 Voortrekker St, Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve, Northern Cape, 8870, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 19 Voortrekker St, Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve

Day 1 Monday 10 August 07h30

A travel blog entry by layla72 on Aug 10, 2015

3 comments, 4 photos

... like a swiss watch!
Visited Die Oog, been there, done that, tee shirts sold out. Too Norm's disgust the only restaurant available to eat at, was the Spur........best burger ever, few rum's and cokes and off to bed....
Chow for now.............

Along the border

A travel blog entry by cutler on Oct 27, 2014

14 photos

... and new birds were seen. The animal highlight of the day however was the Kalahari Tented Tortoise that we helped across the road. Lovely creature.
Tales of our adventures were shared with the local farmers in the bar that evening, all of whom thought we were slightly bonkers but they were very friendly nonetheless. More marvellous nosh for dinner and we retired to our room, John armed with a copy of 'Hunter' magazine - I think Elbie is trying to persuade John to take up ...

Serious game drive day

A travel blog entry by hollywood58 on Apr 20, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

Here it is again...two days have slipped by without so much as a picture posted to the blog. I can't blame the slow internet this time. We are just too swacked at the end of the day.
Tswalu is home to the largest population of black rhinos in South Africa. Having said that, they are an endangered species and only 120 are known to exist in the country. When we asked Jack how many black rhinos were in this reserve, ...

Our first destination...

A travel blog entry by hollywood58 on Apr 19, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... sites in the world, located within the boundaries of a huge World Heritage Site called "The Cradle of Humankind", We were taken out to the actual working dig sites by none other than palaeobiologist Dr. Christine Steininger, who gave us a lecture on the relationship of climate change to the adaptation of hominids. Very, very interesting...and we got to descend into fossil rich caves also. How cool was that! ...

Horseback at Tswalu

A travel blog entry by zolab on Jan 10, 2009

8 photos

... and saw giraffe, kudu, steenbuck, and a beautiful black sable running right in front of us. We also saw two old Cape buffaloes, but did not get too close because they could charge us. We had to watch out for aardvark holes, which can look small but actually be big tunnels. One time Jason, our guide, fell into a hole on his horse and it was up to his horse's saddle. On the way back, we saw two giant male ...