Zwahili Private Game Lodge & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the Wrights tried out their new roof top tents! 4.30am Ian was up making coffee and starting the day for all of us! Slowly decamped with coffee and a quick map review of the route today.... Bela Bela to Khama Rhino Sanctuary in Botswana Cannells had a little wobble as their trailer jumped off the tow hook......luckily, just as we were leaving the campsite! Fixed that and off we ...
... camp is three weeks long, there is preciously little space for anything in the cabins of 6 bunks. Although the foreign names are a struggle, the boys are really nice and welcoming. One of the boys in the cabin, Richard, is the best U16 tennis player in Africa which is decent.
Kamoka is all about pushing oneself and there are plenty of challenges throughout the camp to push the boys to the limit. One of these challenges is a 4.2 km run, named the Ostrich Run, which occurs ...
... been spoilt by our experience in Hwange. Our camp had its fair share of pesky hyenas visiting at night and they were not even put off by Terry's' accurate "cattie" attacks,continuing to growl and whoop at very close quarters.The last night lions made their presence known coming closer and closer until they gave us an alarming wake up call with a huge roar which reverberated off the walls of the ablution block adjacent to our camp. Not ...
... where the hide should have been. There wasn’t much to see, as we were surrounded by long reeds. We remember this hide from our last visit; it was such a great view from in the hide. I stood on my toes and could see an African Jacana at the water’s edge- so appropriate, as this was the Jacana Hide.
It was a very short visit to this hide. We walked back towards the car and then along the walking path that leads into the Wilderness Area. We ...
... hide we spotted giraffe, ostrich, impala, warthog and red hartebeest.
We continued walking. I was hoping that we would have great, close sightings of animals as we were not in a car. We did walk quietly and then we came across three red hartebeest and two impalas. They froze when they saw us, and then ran off into the bush. It is a shame that the animals are quite skittish in this reserve. We were about half way through our ...