Zuurberg Mountain Inn
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Great stay and fantastic service!! Ingrid was amazing!!!
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... from the sandpit and preparing and planting a new vegetable patch with pumpkin and cabbages. We push a slither of self-sufficiency into the soil with every seed. I hope it takes root and thrives.
Up early again for Our last drive, almost glad this is the last early morning start. Will we see Cheetahs ? Most of the trucks going out this morning seemed to be looking for the Cheetahs, eventually they were located, and we all caught glimpses of them. Then the three Cheetah brothers set off for a little bit ...
... eaters, the giraffes only eat the tips of the leaves so they are constantly moving onto new grazing to allow their habitat to recover. By contrast, Carl showed us the destructive tendencies of the park’s bull Elephant who has uprooted a number of trees since his recent arrival; some of the trees are hundreds of years old so this is seen as a major problem. Apparently the Elephant is motivated to attack the tress primarily as a result of sexual frustration! The park’s ...
... been spotted too so off we went...nothing ever prepares you for seeing Rhino's in the wild. There were 5 of them and one of them was a baby called Themba (promounced temba). The others do have names but I couldn't tell you what they were! AND they were probably standingabout 45ft away from the jeep. They are just lovely animals and this was the highlight of my day but I have to emphasise, that you ...
It had rained during the night but it did not really disturb my sleep! However, when I took off the rain cover, I found thousands of ants on the poles and at the top of the tent! I tried to pack the tent without killing any of them. There were only sheltering from the rain after all.
On the way out of Chintsa, I saw two giraffes in the wild (as in not even a national park) Wow! The landscape in ...