K'Shani Camp

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

6 photos

... Bush. We were immediately welcomed by two young giraffes. Then we drove past a herd of large black Cape Buffalo. Just down the road we encountered three young male lions who were sleeping. A fourth lion was sitting and watching. As the buffalo herd approached, the alert lion began stalking them, approaching and retreating. Finally a huge male Cape Buffalo approached him aggressively, he retreated. His lion friends began to show interest, waking ...


A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Oct 09, 2013

17 photos

... rewarded with an abundance of Wildlife..... (See pictures) We left the Park about 100 km to the north at the Phabeni Gate heading back to the Bee Eaters Farm and had an early Dinner at an nice little Cafe halfway back. The Food here is excellent and everybody is very Friendly and accommodating , the South Africans make you really feel very Welcome. We retired early being tired having seen so much and driving 200 miles on unpaved ...

Week at Sabie

A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Aug 03, 2011

2 comments, 5 photos

We have done it all this trip. Mary and Tracy drove up on the Friday and Frans and Mark rode up on the motorbikes as in this part of the country you need to be mobile on bikes for all the stunningly beautiful rides and of course the twistIes. Friday evening was your typical 1st night where we had to try and finish all the available alcohol but despite trying very hard we did not succeed. Braaied steaks for supper with sauces, all very yummy.

Saturday arrived and we ...

Beginning of the end!

A travel blog entry by kay06 on Jul 05, 2010

... another viewpoint which offers views across the Kruger National Park and all the way into Mozambique. After this we drove to Pilgrims Rest, a quaint old town which hasn't changed since the 1890s when it was first built to house miners. Here we had a wonder around the graveyard which gave Steve the creeps.
In the evening we watched a few films before retiring to bed, up arly the next day as its into Kruger to see Lions!!!! ...