How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Malewane Kruger National Park
Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... 8230; well no … the other side of the river is Kruger NP which private concession holders can’t traverse. “oh” she said … I doubt she understood.
We drove in a little further and there was a huge giraffe who was curious about us, came over towards us and stopped about 15-20 feet away and stared at us before moving on. He had a lovely face - beautiful big eyes.
By then the light was fading ...
... had originally seen the dogs and they were lying back down again - some together and some not. We saw an Impala across the road about 100 metres from the dogs, seemingly oblivious to the potential danger.
We drove between the dogs and the Impala who by now had picked up on the danger and were snorting loudly as they did with the Leopard. Two dogs in particular were interested in the Impala but did nothing in our presence tho’ I’m sure if they ...
... that my tooth problem had come back to haunt me. The crack was no longer a crack but now two halves of one tooth – one half firmly anchored in my mouth and the other half flapping around a little.
Thank goodness it didn’t hurt or the nerve wasn’t exposed…so much for not needing repairs to it within the next 18 months or so according to my dentist - it has “lasted” about 6 months or so.
... reached to the top of their moms' legs, tall enough to nurse. Their legs were ling and gangly, but their necks were still relatively short. They would first stare curiously at us and then run to stand by their mom to feel safe. Saw an elephant grasshopper yesterday. It was longer and at least as thick as my middle finger, with purple/brown stripes down its body and reddish spots on its brown head. Its wings were brown gossamer. It had lost its left back leg, which ...
... eck!! We'd only been out of the lodge for an hour and already we'd seen a lion and two leopards.............
We had to stop off for a cup of coffee shortly after that to calm ourselves down. Johnnie was clearly over excited and vigorously fought off a monkey who was trying to steal the banana he was eating. Further along, a baboon had successfully robbed a boy of his boiled egg breakfast and was arrogantly munching it in the tree above!