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Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... it was warmer and they had all sought shade away from the road and out of sight. We did see a few chameleons, tortoises and yellow hornbills. The focus of the afternoon, however, was on finding good viewing points to see the amazing panorama of the Kruger National Park. The landscape was quite stunning as we saw several rocky hills with small Kudus standing on them. We also got a feel for how vast Kruger is at 350 km North to South and 60 km East to ...
... but it was all those things and more. We had to do some serious rock hopping; clambering in a steep, narrow ravine; scaling an eighty foot hanging ladder to reach the spot where we could look down into the rushing waters. The footpaths into the Drakensberg are reminiscent of Middle Earth, from "The Lord of the Rings." Although Tolkien left South Africa when he was very young, some scholars insist this area inspired his imagination. It is ...
... three different jackets with me so I brought all three. We had our jeans on under our safari pants which helped to us stay warm and dry. When we got to the meeting place, Peter and I were the only ones on the drive. Unfortunately, it was a bad day for a game drive with the cold damp weather and it was windy as well. We were out there for 3 hours and hardly saw a thing. Hopefully, it will clear up tomorrow since we're packing up for the next camp called Letaba.
... and vervet monkeys on the top of a thatched roof covering a picnic area. I watched as one of the monkeys jumped off the roof and into a tree beside the picnic table. Two Americans were setting up lunch there. As the man went back to the car to get something, and the woman looked in his direction, the monkey saw his opportunity. He silently jumped out of the tree and ran across the ground to the picnic table, grabbed an apple and ...
... huge area of pine plantations has been cleared for a game reserve at St Lucia, since it was recognised as a world heritage site. Now you can go on a sunset drive and spot quite a lot of game. St Lucia itself is no longer a grubby little town selling bait, but is a major jump off point for backpackers and local tourists alike. The Parks Board seems in a bit of a shambles, but hopefully they can outsource most amenities. I was amazed at the transition our ...
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