Thaba Tsweni Lodge & Safaris

Address: Farm 506 Berlin, Graskop, Mpumalanga, 1270, South Africa | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Farm 506 Berlin, Graskop.
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    Travel Blogs from Graskop

    The Journey Begins

    A travel blog entry by unstuck on Sep 27, 2014

    ... of the local waterfalls and natural pools just outside of Sabie. It was nice to walk around but I was unimpressed with the restrictive park access due to roped off walkways and large barred gates. The pools, however, were much more open and crawling with beer guzzling locals being that it was the weekend. It was fun swimming in the cool, clear water and chatting with the younger locals who really loved getting ...

    Waterfalls and Weavers

    A travel blog entry by cutler on Sep 27, 2014

    10 photos

    ... not a lot of water in it (time of year) so we cut our losses and turned round.
    We were a bit knackered by this time so decided to head to our next B&B, the Elephant's Nest in Graskop. This place was a bit basic but it will meet our needs for one night. The owners are lovely though and it isn't expensive. Dinner at a Portuguese restaurant where we hid in a corner, ashamed of our grubbiness..............we'll scrub up ...

    Day 2 Johannesburg to Blyde Canyon

    A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 04, 2014

    7 photos

    ... by the flow of the water. In the surrounding area we saw quite a few Baboons, Vervet Monkeys, Duikers and lots of few birds. The highlight for some were a group of 4 baby baboons frolicking in a low bush. The last lookout for the day was the Three Rondevals, huge rock formations in the form of traditional grass huts. Timing was perfect, with the afternoon light making ...

    Moholoholo

    A travel blog entry by roberton on Dec 17, 2012

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... Caves were a prime example of someone milking a natural phenomenon for what cash they could. While the caves were pleasant enough, the commercial brouhaha that went with them was all rather bogus. Outside are the visitor centre and tea-room. Inside are a number of natural chambers, each 'improved' by vast rafts of concrete and christened by someone squinting at the stalactites while under the influence. Whether by the spirits that visited them, or ...

    Blyde River Canyon

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Sep 19, 2011

    1 comment, 55 photos

    ... in the country. It was originally a British military hospital, and was recently renamed for Chris Hani, an anti-apartheid leader who was assassinated in 1993. Then we drove up Vilakazi Street, which has the distinction of being the only street in the world where two Nobel Peace Prize winners live. Across the street from the Mandela family home and restaurant is the home of Archbishop Desmond Tutu.



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