Rhulani Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Madikwe Game Reserve
... Pay supermarkets. Today the supermarket was packed. The queues were huge and there were people everywhere. However, it was all good natured and everyone was patient and friendly. It was also nice and cool in the supermarket so not a bad place to be. The excitement built as we came to the gate for Madikwe Game Reserve. After 15 minutes of a very bumpy drive we made it to the lodge and were greeted with a lovely cold flavoured water. We were given a run down of the lodge, ordered ...
... pass herds of impala (now why would a herd of impala be collectively known as couple of impalas?), we come across a red mud encrusted white rhino that lets us view him a bit before he moves off. We spot a business of dwarf mongooses as they scurry from one den entry to another. Apparently we are quite lucky as JR says that it is quite unusual that the dwarf mongooses stick around for so long. ...
Friday, April 12th 2013
We are in the northern most part of South Africa, on the border of Botswana. At night, we can see the lights emanating from the border crossing. Since we are so remote, we had hardly any access to Internet. Therefore, this blog entry was created on the fly and covers three days.
The Madikwe Safari Lodge was quite impressive. Our room and amenities meet the five-star rating it deserves. We arrived ...
... we were there. They were about 10 metres away from us. After about ten minutes we moved on. We walked up a little hill. From here we had a great view of part of the reserve. We then walked back to the car. It was a great walk and it was very nice to stop along the way and focus on the small things. On the drive back to the lodge we saw a bull elephant and some waterbuck.
Later in the afternoon, the three of us went for a short game drive. We didn't see much at ...
... male lions. They were slowly walking down the track away from us. They seemed to be stalking a giraffe. When the giraffe stopped eating and looked in their direction, the lions would stand still. This happened a few times, until finally the giraffe and his other two friends made a run for it. The lions were not interested enough to chase them- would have been so amazing to see a kill! We continued to ...