Singita Sweni Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... is created with the purposeful absence of electric lighting; the ambient candlelight and lanterns capturing an enchanting spirit of romance. With splendid panoramic views, this private game lodge is the perfect place for peace and relaxation while watching animals meander past. Enjoy an afternoon game drive followed by dinner.
October 17 -
INCLUDED Morning and Afternoon Game Drive with Optional Bush Walk. You have the day at this wonderful ...
... the kitchen to boot. We are now on "monkey watch" when we cook and eat. We've seen them steal food from people having picnics and they are quick.
So, we saw the "Big 5" within 2 1/2 days of sightseeing. That's cool, but we prefer the giraffes and zebras most. They're both so beautiful and just damn fun to look at.
On our 4th day we moved to the Satara campa and on they way, we saw a male Lion. Talk about majestic! He was just ...
... in Sabie Sabie – there were about five males and females sitting on the rocks by the Sabie River, just sunning themselves. Our view was somewhat restricted from on high on the other side of the river but it was great seeing so many all at once !
We came across another herd of Impala before winding our way to the Leopard in the tree with his catch of the week, the Male Impala.
The two Hyenas were still waiting for ...
... further away was a Firefinch.
We drove on and saw a couple of White-backed Vultures sitting in a tree and then a partly destroyed tree with evidence that elephants had been there recently, eg, the bark was stripped off some of the branches which had not had a chance to be bleached or weathered by the sun.
Our next animal sighting was a herd of Kudu. The male was huge and had magnificent horns. When his head and body was hidden ...
... kg over the limit all up and the cost of that had to be paid before our boarding pass was finalised….we were charged 26.5 Rand per kg - around $AUD 2 -3 per kilo which is probably the cheapest overweight baggage charge I’ve come across.
Boarding pass finalised and off we went through Security etc to wait for our plane.
We met up with Sandra and Paul at the gate so we sat with them and chatted until we ...