Crocodile Kruger Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... him in the eyes. We saw some of the normal animals that we had seen the day before, but was highlighted by very very close sightings of rhino several times and watched a pack of wildebeest from far away approach our van and cross the road meters in front of our noses. We put a serious 60km on the speedometer through some real barren trails. They were pretty empty as the spring season had not really started there, ...
... were vine covered. Monkey vine forms beautiful patterns.
We stopped at a rest area where monkeys were very prevalent, some of them climbing into vehicles and stealing food from people. One monkey grabbed a packet of chips from a woman who was sitting in her car!
We spent some time on the bridge where we had seen the leopard yesterday - no sign of him today. But the two cranes were still there and we could see lots of catfish squirming in a muddy pool. ...
... cross the road in front of us but keeps getting put off by cars. Then, just a little further up the road we come across two cheetah right next to the road and walking towards us. They come incredibly close and are an amazing sight before running across the road behind our car. A great way to finish the day. In the evening we have dinner in the lodge restaurant before returning to our apartment for a game of bridge which Ced ...
... sightings in my bird book). We also saw elephants, giraffes, rhino, water buffalo, Kudu, zebra, crocodile, lots of hippos and impala. To name but a few! Whilst having lunch at Mug and Bean ( a fab place for eating with a vast variety on the menu and cheap too) by the Sabie river we also spotted a leopard. So a good day was had by all. Thank goodness for my binoculars, I used them so much they were becoming an ...
... after breakfast by first going to Sunset Dam. Here we sat for an hour and watched the comings and goings of a standard African waterhole. 2 groups of Impala came down, some getting perilously close to the Crocodiles. A herd at 10+ Elephants came down, keeping a very tight knit group and keeping the baby well hidden. A group of Giraffes came down very cautiously to a drink.
Again there were plenty ...