Singita Lebombo Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Singita Lebombo Lodge Kruger National Park
Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... and Carmine), woodland kingfishers, rollers. Leaving the hide the road continued to follow the Timbavati river with stopping places to look at the banks and river. You cannot leave the car however at any place within the Kruger Park (or any other game park) except in a designated area because of the predators - lion, leopard, hyena etc. The ground on the left became more rocky and two kilpspringer antelope were perched on the rock. Kilpspringer ...
... and Egyptian Duck. Our
highlight was seeing 3 lions give up on their attempt to catch a
Wildebeest. We did not see the actual chase but caught them as they
were slinking off in disgust. Finally we saw a male Lion by the side
of the road that was definitly not well. He had damage to one rear
leg and was panting away like mad. We heard that they were waiting
for the vet to attend him. We then settled down for the night at ...
... before, or what they referred to as "reading the morning paper." Sometimes they would get out of the jeep to take a closer look or follow an animal trail into the bush on foot. Fortunately, they were some of the best guides and trackers on the continent and had no problems uncovering where the wildlife was hiding. Traveling through the reserve, we came across lions, giraffes, rhinos, buffalo, wildebeests, zebras, elephants, impalas, warthogs, baboons, ...
So after a long flight from Dubai we landed in joburg, it was then a five hour drive to hazyview, it should have taken for but we got lost, a few times!!!
We finally made it to hazyview and eventually found our accommodation, it was ok but the drive way was so steep we nearly burnt the clutch trying to get up it.
The following day we spent looking at waterfalls and some pot holes. It was a long day in the car and was really hot, supposed to be winter but got ...
... creeping up on a Grey Heron, but the Heron had his eye on him and did not get caught. Zebra, Giraffe and Impala all came round to drink. Several eagles and vultures circled and one was later identfied as a White-headed Vulture, a lifer. An immature Fish Eagle flew round and landed in a tree close to us. Hippos jousted under that tree. A new bird was an African Spoonbill actively fishing and stalked by Crocs, but it remain alert and safe.
We had to move on as we had a fair ...