Elandela Private Game Reserve

Address: Elandela Private Game Lodge, Kruger National Park, 1380, South Africa | Lodge
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    Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park

    Lion Sands Tinga - Day 4

    A travel blog entry by dougo on May 10, 2015

    60 photos

    ... Lodge about 10.40


    Lion Sands Tinga has great breakfasts – the hot components are really nice too and they have “The English Breakfast” which has so many hot items it would be difficult to get through it – same with “The Rancher” … so we stick to the basics !!

    Today our pastries were croissants and scones - I had a croissant, some fresh fruit with yoghurt ...

    Lion Sands Tinga - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by dougo on May 09, 2015

    2 comments, 32 photos

    ... they would be joining us on our afternoon game drive.

    Off we went, spotting a couple of elephants chowing down on leaves and bark in the bush, then Impala, Nyala and a shy Steenback.

    Our guide said that trackers had seen some Lion prints and were tracking them to see if we could see them. We were called back to meet up with them and parked along side the vehicle with the Canadian couple and their son.


    Lion Sands Tinga - Day 2 !!

    A travel blog entry by dougo on May 08, 2015

    2 comments, 45 photos

    ... just lucky to be in the right place at the right time with a great Tracker and Guide.

    We then drove back to the river to take photos of the Hippos in the water - the primary reason we came down to the river in the first instance. Two Hippos were on a sand bank in the middle of the river and when they saw us, they went thundering through the river, splashing as they moved quite quickly and them submerged themselves on the other side of the river, away ...

    Safari time !!

    A travel blog entry by dougo on May 07, 2015

    37 photos

    ... the underbelly. The males have horns whereas the females don’t.

    We saw a Southern Yellow Billed Hornbill sitting high up in a dead tree - it has a largish large but rounded beak which is good for digging out insects.

    Our driver got a call over the radio and took us to a spot where the other safari vehicle was … and there they were - two lions lying side by side on the sandy banks of the Sabie River with ...

    Can't Hide Those Lion Eyes

    A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Apr 01, 2015

    2 comments, 104 photos

    ... with our guide and our tracker. In safari lingo they are always hunting for the "Big Five". This is an old hunting term that refers to the five most dangerous animals to hunt after they have been wounded. The Big Five are: rhino, elephant, water buffalo, lion and leopard. We were extremely lucky to spot the big five in the first two days of the stay. The leopard is the most difficult to spot and many people go home without ...