Elandela Private Game Reserve
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... are shown how to hunt and work right along side their mothers. We spotted five females and several cubs. They must have had a very early kill because it seemed as if they had started tugging on the tough skin of this young buffalo. There always seemed among the group a sentry watching to make sure there is no other animal around trying to take their kill.
As we are watching the lions eating, there is a large herd of buffalos walking and ...
... to get in the pictures. Towards the end of a somewhat uneventful safari we saw 2 giraffes standing side by side actually touching. Although we often see them together we had never seen them touching. We thought they were mates but as it turns out they were fighting for dominance. They stand like that and pound each other with their heads and necks until one gives up and walks away. This the means the other one ...
"You can leave Africa, but Africa will never leave you." I now understand why the organizers of the 2014 YPO African Safari chose this motto. This past week was one of the most unique and amazing experiences of my life, and I will never forget it. The boundless wildlife on display in the open African grasslands and rolling landscapes, and dozens of different species in their natural habitat were a source of never ending wonder for our whole family and will ...
... drive and the most exciting thing was the bushveld gerbil that hopped across our path as we were turning into the camp. Had dinner at the bar, watched soccer playoffs and visited with the workers.
Up the next morning and took the road to the waterhole. It was very quiet and we took the scenic drive and then headed back to the camp to do our exercise walk. And because we were at Berg n dahl, it started raining! It seems that it does ...
... moment we leave the lodge, we start seeing everything from a tower of giraffes (a baby included), white rhinos, hyenas, three lions and two lionesses, about a hundred impalas, a heard if elephants (babies included), a female and male leopard, and water buffaloes right in front of our lodge! Seriously, it felt like someone was behind some invisible curtain releasing them as we pulled up in our range rover. Granted, all of these sightings were over two days but ...