Hamiltons Tented Safari Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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This morning we did
another drive around the park, going to the extreme south before
heading a bit further northwards. Today saw impala, wildebeest,
scrub hare, squirrel, warthog, southern ground hornbill, cattle
egrets, fish eagles. tawny eagle, lappet faced vultures, ostrich, red
billed quelea, Natal Spurfowl, saddle-billed stork, grey heron,
egyptian goose, red billed hornbill, grey go-away bird, rhino,
buffalo, zebra, ...
... called crocodile bridge with hundreds of crocs below. We arrived at Kruger Park entrance and had to fill out some paperwork (prove we weren't poachers) and we were on our way. We came across a dirt road and I assumed we were close to Lukimbi, our lodge. That was an incorrect assumption. The lodge was another 15 miles down a pitted, rock filled dirt road! We arrived at Lukimbi 45 minutes later with the fillings on my back molars ...
... bedroom, covered back porch, outdoor shower, and a huge bathroom complete with free-standing bathtub and indoor shower. The thatched roof, wooden beams, rustic furniture, and mosquito net covered bed created an unmistakable "Tommy Bahama" feel to the place, although the official theme of Sabi Sabi Selati referenced the railroad that used to run through the camp and through the environs. Caroline and I couldn't wipe the smiles off of our faces. Sam Jackson ...
... as we left the park, first two adult with young and then three more. Said good bye to all the wonderful animals as we left and then were on the toll road back to Shoestrings. It was Sunday so the traffic coming into town was much easier to deal with than before.
Ate dinner at the Warehouse Restaurant at the Protea hotel both nights and spent the day packing, weighing and getting ready for the next adventure. Paid our bills as well.
A predawn start so we could make the 6am gate opening to Kruger Park. We entered through the southern Numbi gate and started our morning game drive around the southern section of the park. The bush here is fairly thick and scrubby so we didn't see a lot in the morning before our arrival at our lunchtime and camping location in the park at Skukuza. The park here is very well catered for in comparison to every park we have been to. ...