Madikwe Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Madikwe Game Reserve
... the sighting as only two vehicles were able to be around at the time. We had to do some rough off road driving to get there but it was worth it. She was up a tree and was totally relaxed. As we started to head back to the lodge we came across a herd of elephants with elephants of all sizes and ages. It was absolutely magical. It was a fantastic way to finish off our time at Tuningi. We get a sleep in in the morning which is a lovely ...
... I'm told. Scarf and beanie is donned and blanket is wrapped tight. Then we drive around for about three hours looking for/at animals.Breakfast. We sit out on the deck and eat delicious food while we talk about what happened on the drive.Shower, spa treatment, nap. Fairly self explanatory.Lunch. More delicious food, more talking.Quiet time. We have a private deck at our room ...
... them to smell us. Their eyesight is not very good, so there was little chance of them spotting us. We did end up getting quite close to the rhinos as they ate grass. It was a mother and her calf. At one stage the adult rhino started to walk towards us, so we walked back to the car. It was such a nice experience to be on foot, just metres away from this special creature.
We got back in the ...
... part of the grounds is the underground hide that is right next to the watering hole where you get a close and personal view of the animals that come to quench their thirst. The hide is available to guest 24/7. This is a very special treat.
We meet our fellow guests, a family of 7 including three children and two grandparents visiting from Perth. The grandparents and their daughter ...
... another adult elephant. This one was eating ever so slowly and had managed to find some green food amongst the dry bush. The herd were walking away from us, so we moved on. For the rest of the drive we focused on birds (as we saw no other animals!). Paul's assessor was happy with his drive, the rest of the assessment would take place tomorrow ...