Tzaneen Country Lodge

Address: R71, Tzaneen, Limpopo, 0859, South Africa | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge, located on R71, Tzaneen, is near Daktari Wildlife Orphanage SA.
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    Travel Blogs from Tzaneen

    Day 28 at Riverside

    A travel blog entry by mdennis1985 on Jun 08, 2015

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    ... manager and then I joined everybody in taking the baby and middle baboons down to the river! That was quite an experience being thrown into that straight away! They were literally jumping all over me and grabbing everything! Normally they just take the babies out but every now and then they take the older ones too. After that we went to sit in the Georgie cage which is full of vervet ...

    Day 22: Tzaneen & Meeting Baby Stitch

    A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Jan 30, 2015

    ... the hire car washed and return it to Avis. We found a car wash and paid R90 for the Supreme Treatment (wash outside, Polish tyres, vacuum and clean inside). They said it pd take half an hour but it ended up taking an hour and 10mins. We rang Avis and let them know we were running late but we were on our way to return the car. The guy that we approached first to ask about the car wash kept coming over to us and trying to make conversation. He asked ...

    Day 16: Hot Hot Hot

    A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Jan 24, 2015

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    ... like her. I find we are very similar and she's a very caring and kind interesting person. Josie and Dave got called out to a farm where the workers said a mother monkey was killed by a dog and they had rescued the baby. They brought the baby back to the foundation and named him Stitch. He's ok,y about a week old and he's so small and very pink and wrinkly. Since Laura had to look after Stitch, I was asked to do a lunch shift 12-1pm with the Orphans - DK and Chester. ...

    Day 11: Lots of Baby Shifts!

    A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Jan 19, 2015

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    Finally, the one morning I wasn't woken up by the Bandits jumping on my roof was only to be replaced by huge rats climbing and chewing my roof at 4:30am. And before you ask how I knew they were rats, I saw them. I managed to get back to sleep after shooing them away. I got up at 5:40am and unfortunately found maggots in the cereal I had just eaten most of a bowl of. I started AM Plates at 7am with Lucile and one of the workers. We had it finished by 8:45am. ...

    Day 7: First Day doing Shifts Unsupervised

    A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Jan 15, 2015

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    ... from a vet who worked at Kruger National Park who helped him. He ended up being taken to court in which he lost - he either had to termite the 'vermin' or give it to an organisation and that is when he met Rita, the founder of CARE. Rita took the monkey in as she had 5 other velvet monkeys at CARE. Dave ended up asking if he could take all the velvets and start up a foundation for them so their needs would be better met. More court ...