Elandela Private Game Reserve
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... passion for birds- he recognized that we were here to see the Big 5 but he was able to fill in any dry spells with the smorgasbord of birds on offer in Kruger. His enthusiasm for feathers was contagious and pretty soon I was waiting for the lions to move so I could get a decent shot of the Lilac-Breasted Roller. Any of the encounters with the Big 5 was breathtaking and magical but my most memorable sighting might have been the chase and attack of an ...
... if to say: "See, I'm not so bad after all…!"
The best animal sighting happened on the last day of our safari. Because we were flying back to Johannesburg that afternoon, my expectations were fairly low as we headed out on our last morning drive, and I almost didn't bring my camera. Everyone in the vehicle was feeling relaxed and content after several days of amazing animal sightings, when we noticed our ranger and tracker becoming more ...
... 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 ...
... where she was hiding. We were told that this time of year it is the hardest to see the animals since the grass is at it highest after their rainy season so the sandals are hiding in the bushes and they are hard to see. As well they are not as active since it is very cool in the morning so they stay in protected areas.
We were very lucky to see two giraffes but were unable to find any zebras. As we were driving back to Lion Sands Ismael told ...
... for the “dugger boys” and finally found the in a small clearing. It was like we drove into an outhouse! Gosh it stunk really, really badly. We got pretty close to them. The hippos were pretty much in the same spot as usual whenever we drove by the hippo pool where the overnight hide is located. Johan’s Red Crested Korhaan gave us one last performance before we headed back to camp and our last banging of the drum and Maleta saying, ...