Zuurberg Mountain Inn
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Great stay and fantastic service!! Ingrid was amazing!!!
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The 17 SA National Parks do NOT allow you to leave your vehicles except in designated areas. In Addo the only luncheon area (Also bathrooms) has an electrified fence and gate to prevent animals from eating your lunch or you. However, birds fly over the fence as well as Vervet monkeys scale it.
We were preparing for a ...
... Wrong. As I said, hands and everything else get dirty very quickly, especially on our task of removing reeds from a wetland area and replanting them elsewhere in a new irrigation system. Our group is made up of around 25 people (and we're not the oldest, not quite), mainly European, with quite a few Swiss, German, French, Austrian, Italian, Australian and American although only a few other Brits, surprising considering how well known I thought Shamwari is in the UK. ...
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 ...
... temperatures so the best time to catch the ever elusive lions would have to be an early slot when they are likely to be walking about. However before we hit the road my morning had not started well as I woke up feeling a little bit sick and little bit sweaty, I thought I had just caught a bug and didnt put it down to much else, how wrong was I (more on this later) So off we went to the Northern Territory where the Lions live, it was amazing to watch the sky ...
... 8212;hippos, crocodiles, gorges, giraffes, water buffalo, sand dunes, wildebeest, penguins, gazelles, pristine beaches, ostriches, whales, jackals, craft markets, antelope, tortoises, the Indian Ocean meeting the Atlantic Ocean, warthogs, zebras, dung beetles, snakes, and of course, elephants.
We took a safari tour through Addo National Park and on our way to the park’s center, we see a bird hovering very close to the ground. She is swooping downward, diving ...