Singita Lebombo Lodge
Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... where she was hiding. We were told that this time of year it is the hardest to see the animals since the grass is at it highest after their rainy season so the sandals are hiding in the bushes and they are hard to see. As well they are not as active since it is very cool in the morning so they stay in protected areas.
We were very lucky to see two giraffes but were unable to find any zebras. As we were driving back to Lion Sands Ismael told ...
... upon thousands of ghost crabs that scurried ahead as far as the eye could see. Another brought us along a rocky shore line where we found great tide pools with eels and other unidentifiable little fish. Huge waves crashed against the volcanic stone keeping us on our toes for the possibility of a rogue wave. On our third day we drove 75 kms to the Hluhluwe-Imofolozi Park. On check in, the clerk wondered if we could speak any Zulu! Welcome to Zulu ...
... to our reserve and had already seen 2 giraffes along the way which was super exciting!!! Our reserve was not a big 5 reserve, it only had the prey, and lots of them!!! When we went through the gate we were greeted by lots of impalas and more giraffes...so exciting and cool to see them in the wild!!!!
The tent which was out home for the next 3 nights was beautiful...i could of lived in the tent it was that nice!! It got ...
... the road not an hour into our Kruger safari. My search for the big five is complete. I am whole. It's the greatest birthday present anyone ever has ever received. True, they don't actually do very much and we move on soonish. But still. After this nivarnaish moment we roll along the pleasantly tarmaced roads at great pace, supremely unconfident in our own abilities at spotting wildlife, ...
... in Eden are very beautiful in contrast. In enclosure one the oldest lady of the group had completely lost the knowledge of social behaviour in a group with other Chimps. Now, she has adopted one of the youngest chimps. She is not just trying to raise the young one, but the young one is teaching her how to behave socially as a Chimpansee again at the same time!
In enclosure 2 some older Chimps live. Zac is their current and only recent Alpha Male. ...
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