K'Shani Camp

Address: White River, Mpumalanga, South Africa | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located in White River.
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Travel Blogs from White River

Kruger National Park, South Africa

A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Apr 07, 2015

41 photos

After breakfast we met the rest of our group in the hotel lobby ready for the flight from Johannesburg to Nelspruit (Mbombela) and overland transfer to our camp near Kruger National Park.

Kruger is the largest of South Africa’s parks with a total area of 7,500 square miles and is also one of the largest parks in the world. Bordered by the Limpopo and Crocodile rivers, the ...

Day 21: Big Cats & Chimp Edan

A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Jan 29, 2015

... back if the car for me and wouldn't let me tip him) and got back to the Foundation at 6:45pm. We went straight inside the cottage and had Susan's African dish for dinner (bread, battered potatoes, pap and a bean sauce). I used the wifi and talked to mum via fb. At 8:30pm we drove down to the village and unpacked the car. I unpacked my bags, sorted out money and wrote a postcard before going to bed at 10pm. Best trip with the best group of ...

Africa - Drakensburg

A travel blog entry by kas19 on Nov 13, 2014

... a kindergartener's stick figurines. I could pick out the humans and a dog but when our guide started pointing out an antelope I was lost. After snapping several pics of the historic paintings our group was offered the choice to make the return trip back down to the lodge or continue up to the top to view the vulture colony. Most of us were up for the climb. The 30 minute ascent to the peak was very steep and our legs were ...

Safari Day 2 - Seen Everything but Cats

A travel blog entry by lorivic on Jun 06, 2014

... so fast with no windows for protection from the wind. I wore my hoody and northface jacket and I was just about ok. Great thing about the vehicles though was that they gave you blankets for your legs, all that was missing was a cup of tea in a thermos. Saw loads of animals in their natural habitat. I think one of my favourite has to be when we had to stop as there were elephants on the road, there were so many, with their babies as well, so cute and when a chameleon ...

WiFi ? Is that a kind of drink?

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Mar 29, 2014

5 comments, 18 photos

... area.

Several waterfalls make it worthwhile to visit the side tracks. One area is known as “God’s Window” which offer a magnificent view over the low laying area’s about 600 meters below. I noticed a sign which made may smile, it said : “Keep God’s window clean” Is this an opportunity for window washers I thought?

We met many African people over the last few days, both Black and White. All of ...