Tau Game Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTau Game Lodge Madikwe Game Reserve
Amazing lodge, incredible location, saw so much beautiful wildlife thanks too ur knowledgeable and friendly guides.
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Some months ago, when the concept of me coming to Botswana was in the early stages of being pursued, I attended a yoga class. I remember at this time feeling that I needed adventure, desiring to live a life less ordinary, and to use my skills as a chiropractor. I had taken a big leap in applying for the position of Clinic Supervisor for …
The majority of our fellow travellers have never been to Africa before. High on the list for any first time visitor to Africa is to see the wildlife. And finally today we got to really do that.
So far we have viewed through our train windows ostrich, warthogs, baboons, a small variety of buck and flamingoes.We disembarked the train at …
... before heading off at 5.30am for our drive all wrapped in blankets to ward off the morning breeze. We hadn't gone far when we stopped for our first look at two rhinos hiding in the bush. Whist looking at them Lucky heard a lion roar so was on high alert for a sighting. He got a call not lonn after to say there was a single male lion literally walking down the road so we set off at high speed to get him. It was amazing! He just sauntered towards us ...
... on the radio. A coalition of four cheetah males has been spotted. Once it is our turn we watch them walk toward a big tree and all give it a sniff and a spray before moving on. At one stage they give chase to a zebra - so fast - without success, before finally settling in their resting spot for the day. They are all gorgeous, all sleek with their beautiful coats and their pretty faces. I'm so glad we had the chance to see ...
... hide for a fabulous view. I wonder if they are called a crash or stubbornness if they are only two? I’ve never seen a herd of rhinos, have you? Thus ends our first evening in Madikwe.
Sunday, 27 April 2014 – JR knocks on our door around 5:30 AM. We get ready as quickly as we can. It is very cold this morning. I am wearing long underwear under my jeans and lots of layers ...