Kwambali Riverside Lodge
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... us VERY seriously not to make any quick movements, not to stand up and take pictures and to be as silent as possible. We tracked the pair of leopards for about 10 minutes until they finally started to emerge from the bush where they were well camouflaged. We where sitting in the truck on the dried out riverbed in an opening now, staring in to the bush hoping the pair of felines would come into the open for full view. And they did...
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... chilled, so we just lazed around and periodically put our feet in when we couldn't take the heat anymore.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKwambali Riverside Lodge Hazyview
We had to reschedule our booking a few times, every time the service received from Tracey was superb as she was helpful and friendly. The website and directions are clear and done very well. Check-in was a fairly easy process. We were welcomed in a very professional and friendly manner, Tracey promptly informed us of exciting things to do and see in the area, which included her personal accounts of where to have the best sightings in the Kruger. We made use of the pool area and the tennis court while there for our weekend stay. Both areas were clean and well maintained. The chalets are simple but comfortable with a great hot shower and plenty of appliances (kettle, fridge, microwave, toaster, and small grill oven/stove). The security and cleaning staff are all friendly. There is a lit pathway leading past the chalets to the pool area and running along the river. One minor recommendation would be to add additional lighting to the braai area of the individual chalets. Overall we had a great time and will definitely recommend Kwambali to family and friends.
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