Rhino Post Safari Lodge

Kruger National Park, South Africa | 3 star lodge
Prices starting from $590.00
 

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Stupid Lion!

A travel blog entry by raoulray on Jun 16, 2013

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After a ruddy wonderful time in Cape Town, we were on to the last leg of our trip. It was our honeymoon after all so we decided to go out with a veritable roar with some safari good times in South Africa's famed Kruger National park!

Now some people may like to say I'm not a real man and by some people I mean Wifey. This is generally due …

African safari

A travel blog entry by mark-bowes

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... by 6:30am, we saw the sunrise before looking for the elusive leopord. A lass we didnt find one, we did see a hyena but no leopord. Again it was another hot day but this time there was a breeze so it felt better. We planned for a slightly earlier finnish to the day but with a 50km speed limit we didn't leave the park till 5:30PM, 11hrs game viewing a no leopord!!! Oh well, another reason to come back. We just made it to the gate in time to leave and headed to our accommodation, the ...

Zen Part 3

A travel blog entry by jrovensky

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... say....well Kruger is the size of England, yes this Park is the size of an entire country!

The challenge is to find the animals in their natural habitat and as you can see from some of the pictures it is rather easy but other animals not so much.

The most amazing thing I will tell you is that at night you are literally under the milky way. It is the most breath taking sight I have ever scene and even thinking about it now brings tears ...

Day 26 - Satara Camp To Lower Sabie Camp

A travel blog entry by nancy.peter

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... the likely animals and saw some beautiful sights along the way. We've been told that the further south you go in Kruger the more animals you'll see. To date we have seen 4 of The Big 5 which includes Elephants, Lion, Leopard, Hippos, Rhinoceros (White & Black). The goal is to see rhinos!

During our drive Peter and I both noticed rhino dung pits. We learned how to identify dung from our 5 a.m. Sunrise Walk guide a few days ago. ...

Fun in the sun

A travel blog entry by kathgunningham

... Masai) could be the most known Kenyan tribe outside Kenya especially for touristsWe wake up to a beautifully sunny morning and make our way to the restaurant for a delightful breakfast of exotic fruits, yogurt and pancakes. The sea is quite high on the beach so the public beach is rather small but we find lovely spot on the hotel beach under he palm trees. To our surprise the kids club ladies come looking for the girls and asked if they could come paint for a while, which went down ...

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