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

      Lovely day sight seeing

      A travel blog entry by maryou1 on Feb 08, 2015

      7 photos

      ... a lovely scenic tour to the Berlin waterfalls, very picturesque. Then on to Bourkes luck potholes - very awesome scenery, nature does some very clever tricks Following that we went to the three rondawels, named after three wives of a local chief - Magabolle, Mogoladikwe and ...

      The Journey Begins

      A travel blog entry by unstuck on Sep 27, 2014

      ... sun and shadows. It was beautiful. I ran back to the car to get my drone and nervously flew it out over the updrafts toward the middle of the canyon.

      The remaining daylight was spent sitting on the edge marveling at our incredible surroundings. To avoid getting locked in, we walked back to the car and drove out the gates toward Graskop with an African sunset to the west and the Canyon, still glowing, to the ...

      Update from the Bush

      A travel blog entry by worldchickadee on Jan 08, 2014

      3 comments, 13 photos

      ... Gavin, two of
      the farmers, to realize Lucy and I both harbored an obsession,
      bordering on the unhealthy, with Nguni cattle, and they took us often
      to see their herds. These are the native cattle of the Zulu people
      who have been bred for centuries to withstand the harsh environment
      and resist the majority of illnesses that can affect them. They are
      also bred for their beautiful coats – each pattern claiming a Zulu
      name whose translation ranges from ...

      Travelling by bus

      A travel blog entry by lysebrooks on Oct 03, 2011

      ... the landscape is wonderful but it's the people that fascinate me. The faces of Africa: people walking everywhere, on the side of the roads, through fields, mothers carrying their babies on their backs, groups of workers huddled together waiting for a ride home after working in the fields, young people sitting around a fire by the side of the road, cows, goats and chickens milling around.
      We arrived around 6 PM. The last 11 km, were on a rough narrow road into the bush. ( I ...

      Cruising through Kruger.

      A travel blog entry by 2aussiesglobal on Jun 28, 2011

      ... Only to be told by the Doctor that no, that’s not the way it’s supposed to be done.

      Apparently I have successfully (if I have it) masked the virus. So now they can’t test me for it until I get sick again (if I get sick again) and boy was I sick. This unwelcome event could happen anywhere from three to twenty one days. In the meantime the virus could be lunching on my liver. Pleasant thought!

      We are enjoying Kruger National Park and its ...