AndBeyond Ngala Tented Camp

Address: Ngala Private Game Reserve, Kruger National Park, South Africa | 4 star lodge
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This 4 star lodge is located in Ngala Private Game Reserve.
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      Travel Blogs from Ngala Private Game Reserve

      Chimpanzee Refuge

      A travel blog entry by sajourneys14 on Oct 26, 2014

      1 comment

      ... This particular chimp is now in his 70s. While he lived alone, his enclosure.was next to.a baboon enclosure. As he had no one else to interact with, he learned how to speak Baboon! The staff at this refuge saw this once when a tribe of baboons visited the refuge and he began to speak to them and sounded exactly lime them. Apparently this really agitated the baboons and they haven't returned since. I also wo der if he spoke a ...

      Adventures In The Bush

      A travel blog entry by europe2.0 on Sep 28, 2014

      8 comments, 9 photos

      ... all these animals when the game reserve is so vast? Well the guides from all the lodges within the reserve communicate by radio, giving out their location and any noteworthy sightings. The last afternoon drive, we were outside the jeep enjoying some snacks and drinks when Graham hears of a leopard sighting. We rush to the vehicle and he zooms over to the location of the last leopard sighting. By this time it was dark and it was very difficult to see anything. ...

      An island adventure of the coast of Africa

      A travel blog entry by kathgunningham on Jul 03, 2013

      ... water as our bags are passed through the back windows of our bus and neatly arranged on the back seats. We travel along the streets of a rural country where simplicity of life makes our lives seem very over complicated, cattle line the streets and children on their way back from school wave us friendly hellos. Majority of the population are Muslim so the school uniforms tend to be black and white or navy and white with the little girls ...

      The Cycle of Wildlife

      A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on Sep 11, 2012

      4 photos

      ... our last night at Ngala. We had great hopes of seeing something wonderful, and we did. We first found the lion pride from last night and just sat and watched for a while. Then we found a pack of wild dogs. There were 6 adults and 4 pups. We followed them for quite a distance around a water hole where there were about 5 cape buffalo. These pups wanted to play with the buffalo. They knew to be careful because the buffalo could take them out with one ...

      In search of the elusive Cape Zebra

      A travel blog entry by elaqid on Jun 19, 2012

      ... see dthe rest of the park and possibly sight some more wildlife doing it. I was driving around stopping very often to admire the rock formations which seemed to be put here and there by a giant artist just to keep things interesting. He/she/it did a great job, it is very interesting. I arrive at the end of this particular road, got out of the car and was heading down the path towards another beach when I encountered a park ranger. I asked him if ...