Amafu Forest Lodge

Kampersrus Main Road, 57, Hoedspruit, Limpopo, 1380, South Africa | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Kampersrus Main Road, 57, Hoedspruit, is near Transfrontiers Wildlife Walking Safaris.
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Travel Blogs from Hoedspruit

Not just another game drive

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

160 photos

... comes to a fairly quick halt as he spots a chameleon on the road. He picks it up and we get a good look at it. Terry asks to hold it and as she takes it, the chameleon opens his mouth wide and flairs his collar; he isn’t happy about being handled. It almost gets lost in her dreadlocks, but George manages to get it loose and hand it back to Johan so he can put it on a tree limb. As soon as it gets onto the little limb, it relaxes and doesn’t try ...


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 ...

Lions Vs Elephants on a 17 Lion Day

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Oct 10, 2013

221 photos

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This was the first time we had seen this interaction between the elephant and the lion. A conclusion that could possibly make sense is a baby elephant is tiny enough to be taken by lions and definitely cannot defend itself.

Drive on to Satara and see another rhino feeding on the side of the road and then see about 30 to 50

vultures down on the ground. We could not tell for sure what they were doing. It ...

Week three - N/a'an ku se - Neuras

A travel blog entry by courtneypeters on Jul 29, 2013

... through and seen them. It was so untouched and beautiful! Then in the afternoon we did a game count through the property, still had a great time. Then we had an early night because we had an early morning heading to sussusvle (spelling?). Thursday: We headed out at 5:30 to get there at a good time. It was a three hour drive and we got to see a beautiful sunrise. We got into the Namib national park at a good time and started our 70km drive to big daddy, one of the biggest dunes ...


A travel blog entry by blueplanet8 on Feb 04, 2013

2 comments, 49 photos

... just a shame they could quite easily eat you really.

Then we saw some Hyenas. I feel a bit sorry for Hyenas; they're not cute and are seen as mean so no one really likes them. I include myself in that as you can tell by the lack of picture.

Next we had the Honey Badgers. Not much to look at so you'd be surprised by their reputation. They're ferocious and fearless. If they're attacked by predators they don't give in and fight back. Some will ...