Ingwenyama Conference & Sport Resort

Plot 64, White River, Mpumalanga, 1240, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Plot 64, White River.
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Travel Blogs from White River

Safari Day 2 - Seen Everything but Cats

A travel blog entry by lorivic on Jun 06, 2014

... who are here on their honeymoon, they've known each other for 10 years and finally there is Charlotte who is 19 and on her gap year. Below is a list of some of the animals we saw, I didn't take any pics on my phone so will post them up when I have better Internet connection and can download from cam, probably in Abu Dhabi: Impala Kudo Giraffe White rhino Warthog Zebra Chameleon Monkeys Nile Crocodile Roller bird lilac breasted Ganoe Ground hornbill Yellow hornbill ...

Up he garden path

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Mar 26, 2014

7 photos

... in a the wrong direction as the setting had not been adjusted to included toll roads. Although the drive lead us through most magnificent gorges and past waterfalls we were heading in the wrong direction. In the end we decided to head back inspirit and find accommodation before nightfall. From this position it is only 35 km to the Paul Kruger National Park (see next ...

Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!

A travel blog entry by rosietravels on Feb 11, 2013

10 comments, 31 photos

... to meet up together. The jeep was a specially built Land Rover designed for safari expeditions. James had no qualms about turning off of the dirt roads and driving straight into or directly over the bush, or perhaps down a somewhat dried up river bed, in order to follow the tracks or ambling of an animal. In most cases, the animals were not bothered by the vehicles at all. We could park within 20 feet or so of them, and they would often just sit and look at us, ...

Week at Sabie

A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Aug 03, 2011

2 comments, 5 photos

... hippo pool to watch them sleep, which seems to be their favorite daytime pastime. Spotted 5 crocs who were basking with the hippos. Seems they are all friends. Seeing we were not moving out the resort today, the last chance for milkshake tasting had to be the Sabi Sun Hotel milkshakes. Consensus was that the milkshakes we had in Pilgrims Rest at the tea garden next to the BP stations, were the best on the trip, this includes presentation and taste. This being our last evening ...

Dora really starts to die.

A travel blog entry by phoenixstella on May 26, 2009

30 photos

... cup of tea but good! We went back to Mugg & Bean for dinner and for another attempt at photos. It sort of worked this time but only a very few...two or three...photos at a time! So annoying! Had to wait for ages for the taxi- Humph! Got back at Dora still wasn't done as Johan has been fixing JP's car instead, ******* brilliant! Plus as we walk through the door Helen says they might have a problem as because they thought we were leaving today they have booked our ...