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!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hoyo-Hoyo Safari Lodge Kruger National Park

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park

      Morning Walk

      A travel blog entry by sajourneys14 on Oct 22, 2014

      1 comment

      ... and had a great eye for spotting animals and had a lot of interesting facts to share. He and his assistant, Misich, also played up the thrill.for us, showing us where they were leaving the car keys in case they didn't make it back from the walk, and telling us that we'd have to work hard to find the car on the way back because we'd be basically screwed if we didn't. The Kruger area can get chilly on winter nights, even if its warm during the ...

      Once more

      A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Oct 05, 2014

      73 photos

      ... nyala, dwarf mongoose, water bucks,
      15 hippo, crocodile, turtles, baboon, oribi and steenbok. We then
      went to another camp for the night.

      6 October

      Today we did a bit of a roundabout trip following some of the gravel roads around the camp.
      We saw spotted Hyeana, Vulture's, Buffalo, Impala, Wildebeest, Water bucks, Baboons, Hippo, Warthogs, Zebra, Giraffe, Steenbok, Elephant, Side striped ...

      Overview plus other things

      A travel blog entry by sajourneys14 on Sep 28, 2014


      Today, Sunday, is our day off, and I'm.taking the opportunity to catch up on this blog! In this post I'll try to orient you to where I am and give you some of the week's highlights. I'm staying on the Karongwe Reserve, a 35 sq mile game reserve in the area, in the NE corner of the country. They've bad a drought here since May, and the area is very dry and scrubby, with a lot of thick, long yellow grass and thick bunches of short/medium height dry, grey scrubby ...

      On Safari in Kruger National Park

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Jul 19, 2014

      2 comments, 98 photos

      ... were even more excited when they found out they were sleeping in their very own bungalow, and, jumping up and down, Catherine proclaimed that she "was never going to leave." Sabi Sabi Selati is an open camp with no perimeter fence, which means that wild animals can roam freely on the property, especially at night. As a result, the first rule of the camp was that no guest could walk around after dark without being accompanied by a ranger. This point ...

      Last day :(

      A travel blog entry by mkolya21 on Jun 08, 2014

      14 photos

      Kruger was truly beautiful.

      It gave me an appreciation for the interweaving of species and the demarcation and overlap of feeding niches in different biomes.

      We spotted almost the whole big five, we were missing a Leopard; which no one saw. ...