Camp Jabulani

Address: Monument Park, Hoedspruit, Limpopo, 105, South Africa | 5 star lodge
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This 5 star lodge, located on Monument Park, Hoedspruit, is near Transfrontiers Wildlife Walking Safaris.
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      Travel Blogs from Hoedspruit

      Safari Day 3

      A travel blog entry by lisaandjames on Aug 14, 2014

      17 photos

      Today we again saw lions ( this is unheard of, 4th safari and 4th time for seeing the lions). The excitement this day was finding hippos. They remain in the water all day, only leaving the water at night. We found them in a watering that we could get near. There was quite a few and also a baby. After sitting there for awhile we noticed a HUGE crocodile on the other side. It was creepy how quiet and still he was. After that I was constantly on the ...

      Not just another game drive

      A travel blog entry by geosan.479 on Dec 16, 2013

      160 photos

      ... vehicle, with John sitting on a fold down seat located at the front right of the vehicle. We are all exposed! Despite our all leaning as far as we can from the lions, if they decided to come for us, there would be very little we could do. Johan had his CZ550 (458 caliber magnum) in the zipped protective sleeve on the dashboard. Both Johan and John said that all we need to do was stay relaxed, no sudden movements, talk normally, take all the photos we wanted. He ...


      A travel blog entry by lynnmiller on Oct 15, 2013

      ... the amount of food we are consuming). Suddenly the large male stands and eyes our jeep, the guide quietly asks "where are you going big boy " as his hand moves to the ignition key. we were less than 5feet from this magnificent animal. We stayed long enough to watch the male have his second helping from the kill. After breakfast following the drive we sat out by the infinity pool. Very hot. Pool cold but welcome in this heat. Evening safari, lots of fun as we were tracking ...

      Wild dogs Of Timbavati

      A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Oct 12, 2013

      190 photos

      ... the river, we saw a group of elephants in the river. So beautiful to see. We continued on and there was a rhino out grazing on the roadside. We are seeing a lot of rhino in the southern end of the park. Stopped and got some supplies at Satara and headed on toward Skukuza and saw cars pulled over on the side of the road and someone said there was a lion............looking out in the distance and no, it was right down on the ground ...

      Bree, braii or brae?

      A travel blog entry by brae88 on Sep 05, 2013

      1 comment, 42 photos

      ... and picked up by an trusty old land rover and headed off to my next home for the month. ihad no expectations coming to Africa. All I knew is that I will be volunteering for an anti poaching foundation working with rhinos.What I did get was an experience that words cannot describe. Being the only woman I was worried that I wouodn't be able to keep up, but I was welcomed without any discomfort.
      In the f8rst week, we helped patrol ...