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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Outpost Kruger National Park
Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park
... 39;, 'Segoe UI', Tahoma, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">It was at breakfast that we discussed the wake up call, which I had answered, simply by picking up the phone and putting it straight back down on the receiver. I leant that there was actually somebody on the end and that I was just hanging up on them. Oh well.
... to be there. Kruger is one of a number of parks in South Africa that allows, and almost encourages self-drives, but our past experience has been that the guides/trackers have an uncanny knack for spotting critters that we would have zipped right by (and after spotting a hapless couple jammed into a Fiat 500 trying to spot the herd of elephants that were about to squish their motorized tin can, we knew we made a good choice).
Our guide ...
... wildlife, and our rangers always seemed to know where to find it. They were always eager and proud to point out when we were looking at something rare like a giraffe sitting down or drinking water. One morning, our ranger and tracker spotted some usual tracks, jumped off the jeep, and followed them into the bush on foot. They came back 10 minutes later with a huge smile on their faces, and we all knew that they had found something good. Our ranger drove our ...
... so remote (or else a reflection on our school system's ability to teach geography), some people did not even know where or what Swaziland was. If you are still confused, I can confidently tell you that I am not just slurring Switzerland, but it is indeed its own country. It takes a simple drive across the country to quickly realize its beauty, both in its peaceful people as well as its rolling hills and exotic game parks. To look at ...
When we were planning this trip, we were going to splurge and spend two nights at Olifants for Robert's birthday. Robert was doing research and found that the restaurant at Olifants was going to be closed for renovations and so we changed it to one night at Olifants and then to Lower Sabie to have the real celebration out on the deck and have some more Mugg and Bean dinner!
Got packed up from Letaba and headed to ...