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If you are trapped in a office and looking at computer screens and cellphones all day this is a perfect break-away for you!
We had wonderful guides, Absalom and Houston and our chef was Shadrack. They where well informed and very eager to share their...More
Our guides, Huston and Absolom were very special people, really warm and knowlegeable! Eager to teach abput the bush ans a lovely sense of humor!!! The experience was just amazing!!! Food, even for being avegetarian, was fantastic and bush made bread was delicious!!! The treks...More
Wow! What an amazing adventure. I got a group of close friends together to do this for my 30th birthday and words cannot even begin to describe how awesome this was. Aaron and Frans were our amazing guides, patient and knowledgeable. They made sure we...More
Such an incredible few days in the wilderness with Steve and Abel.
Both were top guys and shared so much knowledge, campfire stories and experiences with us all.
This experience was everything we hoped it would be and so much more.
Fantastic treks, comfy accommodation...More
We had the most amazing three days on the wilderness trail and cannot recommend it highly enough. Steve and Abel were our guides and they were great fun and knowledgeable about everything to do with the wilderness and the bush. The camp was great, basic...More
I went on this 3 days hike in the park and loved it. We were only 3 persons including myself, plus the two rangers. You actually only hike during 2 days, once in the morning and once in the evening each day since the heat...More
Booking fot this unique slackpack trail is quite cumbersome. The booking happens almost a year in advance. Before the trail, you need a medical certificate of fitmess. You also need to take malaria prophylaxis.
The group of max 8 meet at Letaba camp where the...More
This was an amazing experience and our rangers were truly brilliant! From learning to track the animals (and tell the difference between black & white rhino poo) and following army ants on a raid to quietly watching a family of elephants feed, only 20 metres...More