Singita Sweni Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... allowed to walk alone on the grounds, too many animals. Guides with big flashlights lead you home
We sleep under mosquito netting and use insect spray a lit. The stuff we use was recommended by our family doc who is from South Africa and is called Peaceful Sleep. We bought it in Cape Town, I asked for Sweet Dreams. The lady had a good laugh.
It is now noon here & I have been out of bed for 7 hours
Feels like nap time
Another game drive this afternoon
... the interns, who afe here for six months, have started a leopard project and have set up several camera traps (motion-triggered cameras.that take.pictures when something passes by) to try to find them, as these will also act as eyes when we aren't around (such as at night when they're more.active, for.example). Their goal is to identify the leopards on the reserve, which consist of two males, three females and we think at least ...
... she'll defecate.close.to the dominant male's scattered.dung to let him know she's available. We saw a lioness and her cubs feeding on a zebra kill, grunting at each other every so.often. The male was sacked out nearby, sleeping off his full belly. He was gorgeous, just lying there, with a thick, tawny mane fringed in black. When the cubs had their fill, they wandered over to nuzzle.their father, who nuzzled back. Male lions will be gentle with their ...
... different experience and more vulnerable feeling to go on safari on foot, and everyone's senses were on high alert. It was pretty humbling to realize that we were the slowest and weakest animals out there, and we didn't want to give anything an excuse to come take a bite out of us. Our objective was not to deliberately approach large animals on foot, but if we happen to encounter them (and we did), we needed to know what to do.
After our ...
... say....well Kruger is the size of England, yes this Park is the size of an entire country!
The challenge is to find the animals in their natural habitat and as you can see from some of the pictures it is rather easy but other animals not so much.
The most amazing thing I will tell you is that at night you are literally under the milky way. It is the most breath taking sight I have ever scene and even thinking about it now brings tears ...