Tzaneen Country Lodge

Address: Tarentaalrand, Tzaneen, Limpopo, 0859, South Africa | 3 star lodge
 
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This 3 star lodge, located on Tarentaalrand, Tzaneen, is near Daktari Wildlife Orphanage SA.
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      The reason we came....

      A travel blog entry by wwhiffler on Nov 22, 2014

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      T2: Not even 5am and I'm awake. Tent worked great! Held up to the breeze and didn’t get wet. The problem with a 800g ("all in" weight tent) is that it is on the other end of the dense textural weave, energy saving, sound reducing, light omitting fabric spectrum! So don’t expect to sleep in! Nothing like an early start. Headed out from Arabie dam and up towards Bewaarskloof, a beautiful part of the world.

      We fill up in Apel, and the road from there is dirt, ...

      The plan and we're off

      A travel blog entry by wwhiffler on Nov 21, 2014

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      T-2: So with loads of time to spare, we made the call two days before we headed out and plotted some routes. We found what looked like a gnarly route from Segobong (just north of Burgersfort) through the Lekgalameetse Reserve, tracking along the Olifants river, with an "Aspirational" detour into the Bewaarskloof Reserve and out towards Polokwane. The “Aspirational” detour was called this as we weren't sure what it looked like ...

      Vervet Monkey Sanctuary

      A travel blog entry by georgeheap on Mar 22, 2013

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      ... two beds a table/stool thing each and a tiny shelf each. There is no electricity in the cabins and Eco-toilets. We do have clean water though which is nice but you don't really want to drink from some of the outside ones as you don't know if a monkey has been licking it. We then went up to dinner and met most of the staff and volunteers. I had a pretty early night as I was tired but didn't sleep very well as I forgot to ask for a blanket. 19MAR13 This ...

      VMF

      A travel blog entry by bnd2sqrs on Dec 20, 2011

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      ... She didn't feel well so Veronica took over for her
      • middle and top section with Megan
      • cut veg for stir fry
      • sat with skunky
      • staff meeting
      Stir fry with vegan chicken
      • game: survivor... What five items would you bring?

      Thursday December 29
      Kruger Park ...

      Last road trip

      A travel blog entry by tommyafrica2011 on Oct 11, 2011

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      ... was a lovely mountain town and came across as a middle class black area, it was a very nice surprise to see that it was not yet another township. We made this into a day trip leaving at 8 in the morning and returning at 12 at night so very long day, mostly spent by me sleeping so not all bad.

      A nice short blog for you guys.

      Tommy
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