Hoyo-Hoyo Safari Lodge

Address: P O Box 196, Kruger National Park, South Africa | Lodge
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This lodge is located on P O Box 196, Kruger National Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHoyo-Hoyo Safari Lodge Kruger National Park

    Reviewed by stephaniehawks

    Absolutely AMAZING

    Reviewed May 15, 2013
    by (11 reviews) Conway , United States Flag of United States

    This is a top notch place, and I am already wanting to go back! The food is divine--and they feed you way too much which means you never go hungry. The huts are fantastic, cozy, and wonderful. It's a new experience showering outside, but it's very freeing! For those less comfortable with showering outside, they also have an indoor tub. The guide and safari was outstanding--we saw the big 5 almost everyday including the more elusive leopard. (We spent probably 30 minutes with him...amazing! We were withing 15-20 feet of each animal. I highly recommend Hoyo Hoyo you won't be disappointed!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hoyo-Hoyo Safari Lodge Kruger National Park

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    Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park

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    A travel blog entry by europe2.0 on Sep 28, 2014

    8 comments, 9 photos

    ... the porcupine. The two lion cubs were attacking it. Only desperate animals go after a porcupine because of the sharp quills. It was painful to watch. Everyone felt for the cubs as we watched quill after quill get stuck in their mouths as well as the front legs and neck. The cubs did end up killing the porcupine but badly injured themselves. The following morning the cubs were under the same bush, quills everywhere. Some quills were still stuck in their legs. We ...

    Barefoot In Africa

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Aug 16, 2014

    5 comments, 234 photos

    ... assuming he finds a woman who’s as passionate about birds as he is, he may need to expand his menu a little bit in order to keep her hooked. Everything from pancakes to pasta was cooked on the Braii (the South African version of a BBQ-like device) but the overriding ingredient was meat and copious amounts of unidentified meat at that- not since our time in Argentina had we seen such dedicated carnivore spreads. As we checked out the neighbours, ...

    On Safari in Kruger National Park

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Jul 19, 2014

    2 comments, 98 photos

    ... it gets warmer they lie down and rest; so this was a rare treat. After following the lions for a few minutes, our ranger decided to get ahead of them on the road to give us a better shot with our cameras. And that's when he noticed a herd of three buffalo ahead in an open field. He could barely contain his excitement. The buffalo were completely unaware of the approaching lions, and the lions had not yet noticed the buffalo. And there we were, right in the ...

    Last Day at Lion Sands Tinga

    A travel blog entry by janehudon on May 09, 2014

    18 photos

    ... were majestic as they passed within a few feet of the vehicle. There were many young elephants with their mothers and one very young elephant stopped to nurse for a few seconds.

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    A travel blog entry by tash-and-gav on Jul 18, 2013

    2 photos

    ... it is tipping it down! Had to pop up our tents and find some shelter! We went to a traditional village and were given a tour which was followed by the most amazing African singing and tribal dancing in the coolest circular woven hut. It was loud and authentic and a good way for our trip to begin! We were made a traditional meal of chicken stew, pap (like porridge ...