One day run to Kruger.

by Lourens Erasmus.
(Benoni South Africa)

What if this tree was able to talk, what stories would be heard.

What if this tree was able to talk, what stories would be heard.

What if this tree was able to talk, what stories would be heard.
Giraffe on the horizon.
White faced wisling ducks at Gardenia hide.
Water Thick-knee

December 9 took a drive to Waterval Onder, Mpumalanga and slept over at a lodge just below the tunnel. Left early Saterday morning for a day visit to the Kruger. Rain on the way there.

Entering Malelane Gate took the gravel road to Gardenia Hide. The Park is green and plenty of water next to the road resulting in no game roadside.

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Dec 14, 2016
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Lodge.
by: Lourens

Luilekker is the name as you exit the tunnel on the right. Very basic at a very good price. Self catering and catered.

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I see skies of grey
by: Jenny

Lourens, what was the lodge like that you stayed in on your way to Kruger?

Nice to see grey skies.

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