Paperbark Bush Retreat

Address: On Track Safaris, PO Box 3065, Lydenburg, Mpumalanga, 1120, South Africa | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on On Track Safaris, PO Box 3065, Lydenburg.
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      Cheetah Research Center

      A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Oct 13, 2013

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      Today we went in the morning to the Cheetah Research and Breading Center which a International accredited Endangered Species Rehab and Breeding Facility. The have already released over 220 Cheetahs into the wild after they where born here and then trained to survive on their own. Amazing Animals zero to 100 km/h in 3 seconds beats most Race Cars. They also take Insured and not wanted Big Cats from all over the World in and taking Care ...

      Blyde River Beauty

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      A travel blog entry by robandjenny on Sep 13, 2010

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      ... he appeared to walk off, but he was so quiet Jenny didn't know where he had gone. At that moment she noticed that, thankfully, he hadn't stolen our table and chairs we left outside in the picnic spot. But then realisation dawned and the bigger issue was why could she see the table and chairs in our zipped up tent?

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      A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Mar 06, 2010

      ... get you to play rough and tumble with him and constantly bump you with his nose - sometimes harder than others and with a particular facination with feet. My usual tactic with him is a slap with my thong (aka flip-flop) on his side and he usually goes away. Other tactics are sticks, hoses (the hose or the water depending on what's needed), etc. Some say he's misunderstood, I say he's being a warthog and that shouldn't be around people...
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      Second Time Lucky

      A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Mar 03, 2010

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      ... that I avoid talking to him unless it's work related or necessary, I'm getting annoyed with the slightest things to the point I had to take some alone time yesterday evening, and I'm now (hopefully) leaving for Makalali (a Big 5 Game Reserve in Hoedspruit) on Monday. Second attempt - let's see how it ...