Forever Resorts Swadini
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This little place is set amongst some amazing landscape, large expanse of green savannah and the surrounding mountains, breathtaking. Great rooms.
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... future volunteers visiting such places. Blood Lions unveils the true purposes of such breeding programmes, travelling across the country filming unimaginable scenes. These projects are a part of a multimillion-dollar organisation where the majority are sold into the captive / canned hunting industry. Hunters pay within the region of $5,000 to $40,000 to come to South Africa to kill a lion. The hunt is ...
... of not one, but two different breeding herds! With over 40 individuals counted and 2 big bulls located at the rear of them we speculated that their may even have been 3 sets of herds that happened to be moving towards the river at the same time. As photographed and attached to this blog entry, there were multiple calves within the herds, some no older than a year old. At a safe distance and minimal levels of noise, the ...
... 8217;t have a great view of them. We will try again on a sunny day. I did get a quick picture of a Hippo out of water as we were chasing a large elephant ...
... out of the truck is an entirely different story, of course. Before the drive was over, we also found the female leopard from last night hunting again, and followed her for awhile, using the light again. When we got back to the lodge, we had happy hour with Angie and Drew and got to know them a bit. They told us how hip Seattle is and about the trips they've taken, and we swapped travel stories. Dad told his famous "it was a nightmare to get here" story, and we all drank ...
... real fast, lots of Impalas that stay in open spaces in large groups, an owl, buffalo, a couple of elephants, a rock climbing buck that were out of their normal territory named a klipspringer. Also a little creature that resembles a kangaroo by its movements but very small called a springhare. That was about the strength of it, enjoyable drive, wind blowing in my hair, spotlights out the side to see any wild ...