Cabanas, Sun City
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Watch out Valley of the Waves we are coming in tomorrow & spending the day going CRAZY!!!
... with it! Didn’t see any of the big animals, but had some great up close sightings of giraffe and zebra, and zillions of wildebeest! In the heat of the day when the animals are all resting out of the sun, we thought it a good time for us to have a rest too, so here we are back at the hotel drinking beers and updating the blog! We are going to head back into the park around 4pm when it has cooled down a little, in the hope we might be able to
find some lion. Fingers crossed!!!
... to the road was nearby. We were able to get really close to the giraffes and take lots of pictures. To see this wonderful, graceful creature in the wild was a definitely a bucket list moment!
We headed back to the resort happy for dinner. We celebrated our sighting with dinner and drinks. We were having a few drinks in the resort bar when some guy brought us both a Jagermister shot.. being polite we accepted it but I knew I would regret it the next ...
... arrived at Moloto Plains. Here there were many wildebeest, springbok, giraffe and zebra all hanging out together. We took lots of photos here.
On the map this was the half way position, so we planned out a return route. Between the open Moloto plains and Batlhako Dam we saw rhino, red hartebeest and waterbuck. When we arrived at Batlhako Dam we came across a strange sight (in my opinion). There were three hippos sun baking on an island in the middle of the dam. ...
... s birthday we were happy that we managed to spot plenty of animals real close. After a full day of driving in the red dust we headed towards the second camp
site, Manyane. It was much more like a resort, nowhere to hang out by the pool, and simply less chilled out than Bakgatla. The nice thing about Manyane though is that animals walk through where you camp, not just little eager monkeys, but zebras and antelopes.