Camp Jabulani

Address: Kapama Game Reserve, Hoedspruit, Limpopo, 1380, South Africa | 5 star lodge
 
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This 5 star lodge, located on Kapama Game Reserve, Hoedspruit, is near Transfrontiers Wildlife Walking Safaris.
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      Travel Blogs from Hoedspruit

      Off to the Elephant camp

      A travel blog entry by maryou1 on Feb 13, 2015

      ... real fast, lots of Impalas that stay in open spaces in large groups, an owl, buffalo, a couple of elephants, a rock climbing buck that were out of their normal territory named a klipspringer. Also a little creature that resembles a kangaroo by its movements but very small called a springhare. That was about the strength of it, enjoyable drive, wind blowing in my hair, spotlights out the side to see any wild ...

      Safari begins

      A travel blog entry by lisaandjames on Aug 12, 2014

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      ... completely unfounded as safari is by far the most amazing thing I have ever done in my entire life. You are right with the animals- at times just feet away. You hear their noises, watch them interact with each other and with their surroundings. The feeling of being in the middle of it all is indescribable!! On this evening we saw many animals but the highlight was when we came upon a herd of elephants. The baby of ...

      A life changing week in the African Bush!

      A travel blog entry by smittys on Mar 09, 2014

      59 photos

      ... animals that we saw in the wild; it doesn't compare to seeing animals in captivity. Seeing the animals in the wild makes you feel like the intruder that you are in their world; it's thrilling and a little scary at the same time. It also makes you realize that we cannot take these precious creatures and environment for granted and that the protection of this area needs to be an important priority for humans. ...

      Not just another game drive

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

      160 photos

      ... comes to a fairly quick halt as he spots a chameleon on the road. He picks it up and we get a good look at it. Terry asks to hold it and as she takes it, the chameleon opens his mouth wide and flairs his collar; he isn’t happy about being handled. It almost gets lost in her dreadlocks, but George manages to get it loose and hand it back to Johan so he can put it on a tree limb. As soon as it gets onto the little limb, it relaxes and doesn’t try ...

      Wild dogs Of Timbavati

      A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Oct 12, 2013

      190 photos

      ... which means painted wolf. This name comes from their coloration pattern. According to one source, no two animals have the exact same pattern of coloration.

      They are a distant cousin to the wolf and domestic dog but are the only canid that has only four toes and no dewclaw like other canids. They are ferocious hunters and have a kill rate of 80percent according to one source whereas the "king of the jungle" has only ...