K'Shani Camp

Address: White River, Mpumalanga, South Africa | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from White River

Photo shoot

A travel blog entry by maryou1 on Feb 11, 2015

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Ria and I went to one of those dress up photo places and had a great time dressing up for some photos to be taken. I was supposed to be a can can girl, but alas, was more like the madam. Ria dressed in bloomers and a top, she looked great Pictures turned out good, bought a ...

The Panoramic Tour

A travel blog entry by jamesfamily on Dec 16, 2014

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We woke to a very wet morning. A day of sightseeing was planned with spectacular views. We still headed out but revised some of it. It was a fair climb in the van with the first stop at Graskop. We stopped to refuel but the van would not restart so we had to push it to get it going. Fortunately that was the only time we had to do it. Danny our driver did not turn it off unless he was parked on a hill. We essentially followed the Blyde River ...

Day 3 Blyde Canyon to Bongani Mountain Lodge

A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 05, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... impala, a couple of crocs and then a
bloody great GIRAFFE ….. absolutely fantastic!!!!!!! We saw 3 more groups of rhinos and got verrrry close!! The other group saw 5 or 6 giraffes…so we were a little envious!! Other spottings were pigmy mongoose, buffalo, more zebra…..and a great sunset accompanied by some very welcome sundowners.
Along the way Jan had the need to enlighten our guide about the use of ...

Kruger National Park

A travel blog entry by sabjean42 on Apr 13, 2014

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... area now known as Kruger National Park. (The park is one of the largest in Africa and covers 7,580 sq miles). Between 1953 and 1955 they were forcefully removed from the park, transported with their few possessions by truck to a new land about 30 to 35 kilometers (each about 20- 25 miles) away. Both live with their families, parents, and a grandmother in new townships, with over 10,000 people each. They do not own the land but they built homes ...

Blyde River Canyon

A travel blog entry by chris-trip on Mar 24, 2013

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Although not known by many, the Blyde River Canyon is the world's third largest (and probably greenest) canyon. In general this area of South Africa is very scenic so driving along this panorama route is really beautiful despite the lack of large animals, which I got used to see after Chobe and ...