Jock Safari Lodge

Address: Nearest Town Skukuza, Kruger National Park, 2060, South Africa | 5 star lodge
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This 5 star lodge is located on Nearest Town Skukuza, Kruger National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park

    Lion Sands Tinga - Day 4

    A travel blog entry by dougo on May 10, 2015

    60 photos

    ... our front yard, stopping to eat bark and leaves, he was in 7th heaven !!!

    There was also a Bushbuck in our front yard who was in the bushes but quietly moved out when the elephants moved closer – then it appeared just below our balcony and stared up at us, realised that it was not in danger and continued eating.

    He was so busy watching the activity and I was doing the blog – I realised that it ...

    Lion Sands Tinga - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by dougo on May 09, 2015

    2 comments, 32 photos

    ... crossed the road - BINGO !! Happy snaps taken and another animal checked off the list.

    I remarked how ugly they were and asked if they were part of the pig family – Wanted said yes they were. Doug said that they had put him off bacon for life !!

    On we drove, past a couple of Impala, and to a fork in the road we had been down earlier before we turned back to help track the lions … and there they were, off to the ...

    Lion Sands Tinga - Day 2 !!

    A travel blog entry by dougo on May 08, 2015

    2 comments, 45 photos

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    A little further on, we stopped to watch about a dozen or more baboons of varying sizes from a large male through to a baby … some were sitting on the ground eating and some were climbing trees. They were not friendly like the ones at Cape Horn as people at the Cape feed them or are silly enough to eat food in front of them and have that food snatched away - great targets for hungry Baboons …

    Further on we came across ...

    Kamai Reptile Center

    A travel blog entry by sajourneys14 on Nov 11, 2014


    ... webs, these spiders spend seven years digging a hole in the ground, which they will live in for the rest of their lives - up to 35 years. The hole can go about a foot into the.ground and expands into a.slightly larger dwelling underground. The holes are lined with a material they secrete (the name of which escapes me), and when they are home, they weave a little web closure over the hole. It is very interesting to.see and I'll post some pics of it when I can. To get ...

    Week 2 Karongwe

    A travel blog entry by sajourneys14 on Oct 05, 2014


    Hi Everyone! Thanks.for.all your.comments! I'm glad you're enjoying the blog. I'm having fun Shari g some of the experiences in having here. After our orientation last week, we started our volunteer duties this week. Some stuff is stuff such as cooking, vehicle maintenance checks before each drive, predator and prey counts marking location and GPS.coordinates, and deserve work where we might clear.away thorny branches from roadside trees, ...