Hamiltons Tented Safari Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we went to the viewing deck to find some animals. When we just arrived there was a lady who almost got bit by a monkey. We played cards and I got lemonade. We really like the buffet. I like the marshmallows. We watched Get Smart in the room then went to ...
... us that the chances were really good that there was a leopard nearby since that was really the only predator that would be around in this type of terrain and the monkeys get very upset when they see a leopard in one of the nearby trees. So over the next hour or so we worked our way through the area in the general direction of the monkey’s call until along with another truck we ended up spotting the final clue in our search for a leopard, a hyena hanging ...
... we went. It feels surreal that your driving down the road and an elephant or a giraffe just walks out in front of you, it's amazing! We visited the lions again as the group had changed and Twice wanted everyone to appreciate their beauty! We stopped at sundown for a small refreshment, a nice glass of white wine, and a chance to get out, stretch our legs and chat to the others in our group, we met some really nice people. Then it was time to go ...
Day 60 & 61 - Kruger national park So we started the trip with an early start (4am) and a 5 hour drive to get to the gates of the park. Once in the park we drove round some of the trails on the look out for the wildlife and it wasn't long before we saw our first lion, he was a huge male lion with a massive mane! We carried on along the trails and saw all sorts of other animals ...
... five families going to our camp, which made for an extremely relaxed and intimate experience. We were picked up at the small airport by our rangers in three open-air Land Rovers, the same ones we would use on safari. There was a palpable sense of anticipation in the air and no one could contain their excitement. We were instantly immersed in the South African bush and saw wild animals within minutes of leaving the airport. It was surreal.
The drive to ...