Elandela Private Game Reserve
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... we camp here. Fortunately, it was a very light rain and did not last very long. We had decided to go ahead and wash clothes while it was raining and had a very interesting visit with a couple that were washing clothes. They had sold their home, lightened their load, bought a camper and were planning to emigrate to Spain.
While our clothes were washing and drying, we did an hour ramble through the campground trying to get some good pictures of ...
... at last we were on our way on the 350 mile journey to kruger ! Amazingly it didn't seem that far in the end and the scenery and vegetation changed all the time with our guide giving us lots of information. We saw lots of citrus plantations and highly wooded area and some very good farming The Inyayti is way in the middle of the Kruger Park . We have a large lodge surrounded by monkeys , impala and a ...
I'd left it quite late to book accommodation in Kruger National Park (the night before, in fact...) so didn't have a great deal of choice where I stayed. The first night I would be in a (large) tent (with electricity, even a fridge) at Letaba rest camp, the second night in a hut in Pretoriuskop camp. On the map it looked as though this would let me see a large segment of the park while driving between them.
Kruger is huge, though - ...
One of the things I like about this place is the iron claw foot tub. It is a bit of a problem to wash your hair in it but I managed it every night. There is a shower but it is outside with only one privacy wall. You are actually opened to the elements and the animals. Since we didn't want a baboon joining us as we showered we skipped it. This place would be wonderful if it was cleaner. The walls and blinds look like they were never cleaned. The bed ...
... Sunset Drive. Peter was right... the further south you go in Kruger the nicer the campgrounds. Unfortunately, the restaurants aren't better since it was the same menu from the three other camps. We just didn'y have time to BBQ or cook with all the activity.
It was time to find a good place to park the camper and we circled around three times before finding the right spot. There were some women who were sitting at their camp site ...