Tintswalo Safari Lodge

Address: Honey Badger concession, Hoedspruit, Limpopo, 1380, South Africa | 5 star lodge
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This 5 star lodge, located on Honey Badger concession, Hoedspruit, is near Transfrontiers Wildlife Walking Safaris.
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Travel Blogs from Hoedspruit

Tanda Tula

A travel blog entry by jennifer.rogers on Jan 25, 2015

2 photos

... with a break for Cooke/tea again about 2 hours in. After the drive, we have breakfast on the riverbed. There is usually eggs, a meat, corn fritters and all the normal cold breakfast options. It is really good. Lunch is at 1:15 and usually consists of a wrap, pasta salad, green salad and a few other delicious things. Dinner is a 3 course meal that starts around 8:30pm. It has been very good so far, with last night being a traditional braai, I'll talk more about that later, Drive ...

My Kruger Experience

A travel blog entry by abbytravels on Aug 10, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... including babies walked about 100 metres away from us, all in line, in the dark. So Sunday had a lot to live up to. We went on a walk safari in the morning and then we went for another drive late afternoon to evening. We were 2 short of the big 5 and luckily we saw both the leopard and lions who were actually feasting on a poor old giraffe which was pretty amazing. And a personal favourite, some hyena! We had a ...

Not just another game drive

A travel blog entry by geosan.479 on Dec 16, 2013

160 photos

... vehicle, with John sitting on a fold down seat located at the front right of the vehicle. We are all exposed! Despite our all leaning as far as we can from the lions, if they decided to come for us, there would be very little we could do. Johan had his CZ550 (458 caliber magnum) in the zipped protective sleeve on the dashboard. Both Johan and John said that all we need to do was stay relaxed, no sudden movements, talk normally, take all the photos we wanted. He ...


A travel blog entry by lynnmiller on Oct 15, 2013

... of elephants. We did a lot of off track through brush and thorny bushes and eventually found about 6 elephants including a baby. Our guide managed to get us up close and put us where we were not supposed to be. What a viewing. The other highlight do the evening took a bit of patient waiting. Well worth the wait as we witnessed a clan of hyenas emerging from their burrows to go on their nightly hunt. There was 2 babies about 2weeks old. Back up at 5am for our next game ...

Surrounded by Hyenas at Maroela Camp

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Oct 09, 2013

7 photos

... with us as we were going on our evening drive. We drove the closed road down to where the bridge was washed out. It is very beautiful as you drive along changing from open savannah to very treed areas and goes along the Timbavati river.

Got back to camp and had dinner and were sitting and enjoying a glass of wine when the first hyenas started slinking past the fence! The guys decided to go on a walk around the perimeter on the inside of the fence ...