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TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Malewane Kruger National Park
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9/15- today is our last day at Mateya. We decide to do a short morning game drive. Nothing too exciting happens, just a bunch of elephants, Impala, zebra, and the other usuals. We drive in some really pretty areas though that we haven't been in yet. We go back to the lodge for breakfast around 9:00 and then pack up and head to the airstrip. Our …
... black rhino by the behavior and other indicators. We are members of a couple of Kruger sightings groups and the picture of the skittish rhino was posted and many of them think it was a black rhino. The behavior made us think it was a black rhino.
Drove on to Crocodile Bridge but did stop and enjoy the warthogs along the way. There were also some very red elephant along the road side. The soil at this end of the park is very red in color ...
... the buffaloes could be nearby, and if there were buffaloes, there would likely be lions spoiling for a kill.
At about 9AM, Pravir conceded that the lions were probably not going to ...
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After a very good Lavazza and a quite healthy breakfast (for some of us) of spinach, avocado, egg and toast at the Airport Craft Brewers (too early for alcohol), it was time for the flight to Nelspruit.
... to book for 40
days (from the end of November till the beginning of January). After a week in
Leo Africa, I fell in love so much with the place and the work they do that I have
already planned to come back in March 2015 for 3 weeks!
One of the most beautiful things
of Leo is that it is located in a private game reserve where you don’t find
commercial lodges: this gives you the opportunity to be the only visitors of