Hamiltons Tented Safari Camp
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of, named Shadow and that it was really rare to see her because, as her name suggests, she likes to keep out of sight and is usually hard to track down. So we kept the truck parked under the tree for quite some time, just enjoying the sight until suddenly she began to stir and then decided to make her way down from the tree. Frantically Dawie maneuvered the truck to follow as close as we could without startling her and then he told us that if we were really lucky ...
"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 ...
So after a long flight from Dubai we landed in joburg, it was then a five hour drive to hazyview, it should have taken for but we got lost, a few times!!!
We finally made it to hazyview and eventually found our accommodation, it was ok but the drive way was so steep we nearly burnt the clutch trying to get up it.
The following day we spent looking at waterfalls and some pot holes. It was a long day in the car and was really hot, supposed to be winter but got ...
... they had spotted a female leopard in a ticket. We went to see and she was quite hidden behind some bushes. This female had been ill previously and the park veterinarian had treated her and put a collar on her. She had gotten better and had a cub. We followed this leopard for a while until she started hunting and then we left as Ismael didm;t want to bother her. He told us that some people come to the park and ask him to facilitate a kill by flaying ...