The Outpost

Makuleke Region, Kruger National Park, 2146, South Africa | 4 star lodge
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Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park

Yoga class on the Olifant Bridge

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2


... but the news was that the monkey's had gone through the campsite and raided several of the tents. She had gone around and picked up as much as she could. Good news for us. Our tent was untouched. We had left the vestibules down and had NO FOOD stored in our tent; it was all in the car!

Our very friendly neighbors came over and asked about our day and shared their day. They had had a very fun day drinking at Timbavati picnic area ...

Last Day at Lion Sands Tinga

A travel blog entry by janehudon


... into the eyes of the Impala which blinds them but he will not do this as the lodge is very protective of the animals and as is he.

We were then driving quite quickly back to the lodge when Reckson spotted a Flap Necked Chameleon. It seemed impossible that he was able to spot it at such a distance while we were driving quickly. Ismael went and got the chameleon on a branch and brought it back to the jeep on a branch. The chameleon ...

Second Day on Safari

A travel blog entry by janehudon


... time by the pool. During our time at the pool and lunch we were graced with the company of about 25 elephants across the river. It was amazing watching them ear, drink and move along the river. There were many females with their babies.

After lunch and High Tea we headed out on our third drive. We head west in the park in search of lions as some had been spotted earlier in the day. Unfortunately we didn't find the ...


A travel blog entry by sophie_ish


... and elephants! It was interesting to hear about the animals, we even learnt about those that we did not see from their dung and footprints…. such as the bone crunching hyenas whose poo is white due to the calcium content. Also that day we did a game drive followed later by a night drive. We saw more of the above as well as lions, hippos, warthogs, baboons, monkeys, giraffes ...

Oliphants for Brunch

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2


... our breakfast. After breakfast we walked down to the overlook and checked out the scenery. We were quite amazed to not see any elephants down in the river since we usually see several when we have been here in the past.

Did some shopping in the store and bought some presents for people and then headed on to Letaba.

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