Thanda Nani Game Lodge

Address: 317 Malelane N4 Toll Road, Mpumalanga, South Africa | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 317 Malelane N4 Toll Road, Mpumalanga.
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      Travel Blogs from Mpumalanga

      To Durban, shopping!

      A travel blog entry by africazen on Jun 16, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... at Umhlanga rocks at 12.15. James didn't even walk me in. Checked in, room 615. Not as close to the sea as was expected or that picture showed. A couple of blocks away. Room very hot, put air con on which of course went off as soon as I took my card out of the slot. Asked at desk re shopping. Walked along street and found lovely Art Africa shop and bough some lovely goodies. Wandered around. Went to beach. Lovely lighthouse, Andrew would love it. Sand sculptures here ...

      Day 9 - I want to see mountains Gandalf, mountains

      A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Dec 12, 2013

      12 photos

      ... N3 is a 3 lane motorway with a speed limit of 120km/h, locals walk along the grassy verge and criss-cross between cars to get to the other side, terrifying! Even young kids are running across the lanes, it enough to keep your heart in your mouth! We overtake trucks with locals squished into the back, open top, no particular safety regulations here! There are however traffic police all the way with laser guns stopping the odd car for speeding, we managed to avoid them ...

      Another Day at Krueger

      A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Oct 10, 2013

      12 photos

      ... Wildlife which we not have seen, but much, much better yesterday on our Self Driving Safari following the Water ways in the lower part of the Krueger National Park. the Park is huge about 600 kilometers long and 100 km which shares the Border with Mozambique. Several programs still fight the Poaching of the endangered Species like the Rhino. We say yesterday an low Flying Helicopter and where wondering what this was all about.... Collins ...

      The elusive elephants

      A travel blog entry by lucasclanof4 on Apr 16, 2013

      5 photos

      ... elephant's mind. He came towards the truck for a good look, much to our tracker, Anthony's concern who started shifting in his seat. WOW, it was amazing!

      Next was a a female Nyala, this is one of the first and only one we've seen. Not very common here. As the sun started to set, we got news that the male lions from pervious were on the move. So, again we were in hot pursuit. Twisting and turning, especially in the dark can be a bit concerning when you ...

      Kwa Madwala

      A travel blog entry by bobbysasha on Nov 02, 2012

      4 photos

      ... the ceremony will be held. Although I'm wearing flat sandals they come off straight away as the course sand was a challenge. All the women are now in bare feet and the bar is set up along with the hay bail seats for the ceremony...this is definitely no ordinary wedding. The bride arrives looking beautiful and the ceremony is lovely. Couple of drinks after and we're herded back to the pick up point. We have to wait at least half an hour ...