Zwahili Private Game Lodge & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Zwahili Private Game Lodge & Spa Nylstroom
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... itself was the easiest part: doing as I always do when swimming, walking in and head straight under before walking out. It really was incredibly simple and the warm shower after made it very pleasant.
As the camp is Bush School, there is still classes during the day, to ensure the boys stay up to scratch with work. The classes here are very interesting with more 'outdoorsy' and 'bushy' ways of learning. Lessons include writing poetry under trees in the bush or writing ...
... and we made Khama Rhino Reserve with time to spare. If Mac hadn't already paid for the bungalow which we were sharing ( school holidays had begun and there was very little available accommodation) we could easily have pressed on and stayed in one of the new hotels in either Palapye or Mahalapye. The bug allow ( quite an apt autocorrect by my iPad) was very basic, the 2 bedrooms? only separated by a 2 meter dividing wall( the ones ...
... 2 remaining vehicles had to do the same.The urge to turn around and go back was overwhelming but totally improbable so through the water it was. Mac who was new to all this went next and finally it was our turn,Pete very confident and silently enjoying himself; me with eyes closed,jaw clenched,fervently praying while tightly clutching on to the bar in front of me. It was over in a flash and we were safely on the other side "whew, take a deep breath ......Well done our knights in ...
... and swimming. On way back home we first bought some icy drink that were being sold at the traffic lights. It's instant drive through! You can buy a variety of items like this. People sell things at the traffic lights, including the traditional window cleaning. I have seen umbrellas, food covers, toys, sunglasses, newspapers, belts, phone chargers, advertisement flyers for traditional doctors & property sales, mangos, grapes, christmas ...
... to our camp.
At camp we rested for a few hours. We had lunch and just after midday left camp on foot for a walk. We walked along the walking trail towards the Jacana Hide. I was happy to go for a walk; I just hoped that we didn't come across any snakes!
Along the way we stopped to take notice of the small things in nature. We then arrived at the Jacana Hide, we were now about a third of the way through our walk. ...