Mabula Game Lodge

Address: Rhenosterhoek Spruit Road, Private Bag X1665, Mabula Private Game Reserve, Waterberg, Limpopo Province, 0480, South Africa | 4 star lodge
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This 4 star lodge, located on Rhenosterhoek Spruit Road, Private Bag X1665, Mabula Private Game Reserve, is near Mabalingwe Country Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Mabula Private Game Reserve

    Back to my 6 year old self's stomping ground

    A travel blog entry by kerryjohnston on Aug 06, 2015

    So today I took my
    children back to the village I grew up in. My dad and his girlfriend Rita
    joined us. Forty years ago it was a tiny village with veld around. Today Hammanskraal
    (my childhood home) is huge; adjacent to it we have checked into Adama chalets
    in the Dinokeng Game reserve. This reserve is made of many game farms joined
    together to form a massive ...

    Kamoka Bush School

    A travel blog entry by jamestug on Nov 15, 2014

    5 photos

    ... my pile was 14 kgs, so the all important stamp, that wasn't actually all important to exchange students, was mine.

    It was during this free time we experienced African culture, playing football on a little piece of ground near the cabins. It seems everybody over here plays football and plays it well, with one of the boys, we were to discover, plays for U17 South Africa, as well as junior Swansea, scoring a hat-trick against Everton, all at the age of 15. Shevan and I ...

    Penultimate Leg of Journey

    A travel blog entry by peteandcarol on Jun 27, 2014


    ... quilt where it had been fixed. Apart from that the trip has been very pleasant and uneventful and we are now an hour from Christopher's house . I always find the first few hours back in the hum drum rather disconcerting and it takes a day or two to become accustomed to all that goes with the developed world we live ...

    Khwai/Khama Rhino Reserve

    A travel blog entry by peteandcarol on Jun 27, 2014

    1 photo

    ... overall amount of animals was a little disappointing although we came across one swampy area where there were large herds of red letchwe, accompanied by many yellow billed storks, spoonbills, sacred and glossy ibises as well as a few hippos and very large crocs and of course a small group of incredibly contented ellies. The whole scene was how one imagines the garden Eden,ideallic and beautiful. Very acceptable game viewing except ...

    "You Only Die Once In Your Life...

    A travel blog entry by worldchickadee on Sep 12, 2013

    5 comments, 10 photos

    ... bucky, bumping and jostling it! Jacques began to scold them, but
    before anything could get out of hand, the matriarch placed herself
    between us and the others, forcing them to go around her. She's a
    smart one – you must protect the food source, and at that time we
    were the food source. As the ellies got settled, others came to enjoy
    the feast – warthogs, kudu, and impala, mainly.

    After about 40 minutes, we decided it was time to move on. We ...