what people think about it
Jacob please shut up. Who wouldn't support a candidate that gives you a brand spanking new Isuzu diesel truck, in Zimbabwe today? I Why aren't you with the others in the MDC alliance? Wasiyanei na Charumbira?
We will catch this crazy arse licker one day and he will wish he was never born.
The northern part of the Kruger is not so congested. Punda Maria and Shingwedzi camps both are not overcrowded and we had lion sightings there aplenty. We did not see wild dogs there, but a mother and two cheeta offspring are regularly seen in the Klopperfontein area near Punda. In the south we try to drive mainly the gravel roads, but still not as quiet as the North.
thanks for the info, much appreciated! Do you have any links to stories about the relocation? That sounds very interesting indeed!
thanks for the info, much appreciated!
Take an untroubled trip to Ithala Game reserve in Zululand! Don't stay at the Hotel; reserve one of the rustic bush-camps. They are a "take your own" option where you bring whatever food and personal items you need as there are no stores or any kind of shop within 100 Km and definitely no traffic! iMfolosi park near Hluhluwe is similar. Ian C
Bwabwata looks like good fun
We saw so many elephants at horseshoe!!
Nambwa is a great place to stay, and Horseshoe is an unknown gem for sure! Also a must-do is Nkasa Lupala National Park, just a bit further south...
Went up North in the Kruger last year, was indeed more quiet but also many of the bush was burnt, unfortunately :(
Khaudum NP in Namibia has wild dogs and lions. The Kgalagadi in South Africa is not as packed with people as Kruger (in fact, is pretty awesome!) and is great for predators, but there are no wild dogs. If you stick with Kruger and don't want to see many people, stick to the north but I believe the wild dogs are more in the southern bit. Chobe, in Botswana is also great. If you have the money, go to Tswalu in the Kalahari in South Africa. A pack of wild dogs has just been relocated there this week and it is a pretty amazing place.
Another option is the Umfurudzi Park north of Harare, Zimbabwe
thanks for the reply Cristina and Jelmer...I am under the impression that Kruger and the OKavango have some of the highest traffic volume though? thoughts? I'd prefer somewhere that is a bit off the beaten track so that my money goes towards supporting conservation efforts that arent as well known but equally important (plus I dont want to be in a crowd of 30 4WDs), I had planned on going to Mole national park in Ghana but after a bit of delving into journal papers on camera trapping of lions in Ghana, it seems that unfortunately Lions are no longer found in Ghana at all (contrary to what their tourism website says).
I love Nambwa! We had a hippo grazing our campsite at night. Good thing we were sleeping on a roof top tent. A leopard visited the place the night before, too bad we missed it! Definitely, stay at Nambwa, I am planning on going back there.
Where would you recommend staying? Also at Nambwa?
In my experience, the best chance seeing Wild dog at Kruger would be near Pretoriuskop. Camping as a cheaper option works perfectly indeed @cristinagarciabrindley:disqus
Bwabwata is one of my favorite places!
You can camp at all these places as we never stay at fancy lodges. If you want to see lions and wild dogs, the Okavango or Kruger are perfect.
Especially Bwabwata looks incredible! Will most definitely be on my itinirary when visiting Namibia, thanks for that. Now have another excuse to visit my favourite continent again
Id prefer to spend all my money on extra time looking at the wildlife rather then paying for ultra fancy lodgings, do you have any reccomendations for cheap places to stay where I can see wild dogs and lions as well? thanks
:) stunning thank you!!
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“every war has its battle, every battle has its victory, every victory has its hero and every hero has his weapons and armour”.
This time Makhalanjalo will reappear. K. C 3- Pirates 1
Chiefs 2 pirates 0 that is all
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Die Internastionale strafhof kan slegs lande aankla wat die statuut van Rome onderteken het. Dit is die rede waarom die VSA of Israel nie daar aangekla kan word nie.
As die UN nie eers Isreal, die USA en vele meer kan of wil aankla vir menseregte skending in die hoogste graad nie, watter kans het AfriForum? Antwoord Zero. Die UN voel vere want hulle is n spul korrupte boewe hulself. Isreal se bestting en verwoesting van Palestina laat apartheid soos kinderspeletjies lyk. Artikel 6 is net mooi woordjies maar beteken nul, omdat dit nie toegepas word nie. So mense van SA ons staan op ons EIE en ons ins leierloos.