Makalali Private Game Lodge
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... reserve provided us with a perfect playing surface. 2 minutes into the game and I already felt as if I had swallowed half the pitch with the amount of sand kicked up in the air. Spluttering on through the sandy mist the 2 teams played on and produced an end to end (termite mound to termite mound) game that ended 5-1 to Pidwa! With a backdrop of the Drakensburg mountains and the occasional call from the ...
... turned dark lions just randomly wandered out onto the roqd infront of us twice. We followed the large male to the watering hole to watch him drink, and had ...
... br> Funny incident. We were in the primo spot to view the waterhole and one of the exclusive safari vehicles came driving up. Seemed surprised to see us in the spot and furthermore, we did not move out of the way for them.
Got to reception and we were early and the man at reception called the cleaning crew and had them start on our room. While waiting walked around all the rooms and checked everything ...
... Africa. But, here in South Africa, research shows that 333 were killed in 2010, 668 in 2012 and over 1,000 more were slaughtered in 2013. The battle is being lost.
For us, seeing these creatures is a special treat. We linger not long enough. You can feel the electricity in the air here where real electricity is miles distant. Our goal achieved, we retreat to leave these unique creatures in peace.
Soon we stop in ...
We are on to our last stop.... Tanda Tula in the Timbavati reserve, part of greater Kruger national park. As I type this, we have two game drives left, an afternoon and morning drives. So far we have been very lucky to see as much as we have, we have seen leopards, lions, elephant, rhino, hyena and a lot more. Some of the interesting encounters we had are below. Something to note first is that the animals don't really seem frightened by the cars, only if you stand up do they see ...