Jock Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... was freezing cold!!! The guide did say that the fact that it was cold and overcast was great conditions for seeing animals so we didn't mind so much. This trip with intrepid was a lot different to the last trip we had done in India as we didn't have to put up the tents, cook any food, clean the truck and we also got a mattress each to lay on at night. All in all a great start to the ...
... relation to each other, the road and our car. Were we potentially between a mother and its baby? Was the bull elephant going to cross the road or was he going to browse in the trees a bit more? Would the buffalo get agitated if we passed by or would it continue to chew its cud. It was exciting to use my newly learned judgment in this way. The GVI staff prepared us well and we all.did.fine driving. Those are the things that come to.mind now. If I think of more I will include ...
... with an outdoor shower, a huge couples lounge chair, and nice sitting table. The room even came with cute little grey Vervet monkeys that swung from the trees in the afternoons. Our days were very full so we didn’t have too much time to lounge around. The day schedule included the following: 5:30-9:30am morning game drive, 10am breakfast, 11am-2:30pm free time: relax by pool, bush walk or hanging out at the hide (a covered balcony) which overlooks a ...
... Sabi Selati camp took about 45 minutes on a small dirt road. Our faces lit up when we arrived at our camp. It was a spectacular five star facility with 10 guest bungalows, outdoor dining area, pool, cabana, and a British colonial style indoor bar and lounge area. The camp was perched above a dry riverbed and overlooked an open field and animal watering hole. It was spectacular. The five YPO families had the whole place to ourselves. Each guest bungalow had ...
... morning got ourselves packed up and ready to go by 6:00 a.m. Out the gate we go heading back to Shoestrings. First thing we saw were two wild dogs standing on the side of the road. They appeared to be listening for some signal turning their head this way and that. We got to watch them for awhile and then up comes a hyena and off they go chasing it away. It was so nice to see them leap over each other in the exuberance to get to the hyena.