40 Years of Kalahari visits final.

by Lourens

Room for rent Cullinan style.

Room for rent Cullinan style.

Room for rent Cullinan style.
Warthog on the run.
En suite bath Cullinan style.
Last coffee and rusks in the Kalahari

For the last two nights of our visit through the Kalahari during March 2012 we stayed over at Cullinan Guest farm near MCcarthys rest. We normally use this two days at the end of our trip to unwind and prepare for the journey back home.

At Cullinan guest farm we opted to sleep over in the bush camp. Rustic with Rondavil style accommodation, reed and clay walls with natural floor. Separate showers and ablution available and Galvanized tub en suite. A small waterhole behind the accommodation has a continuous stream of birds visiting throughout the day and warthog as well.Regular of the hosts is to bring over a hot bread straight out of the oven the night before departure and to just chat.

Early morning out and on our way home.
Will post some more photos of sightings in the park at future dates.

Look out for our March 2014 visit.

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May 10, 2014
Heading Home
by: Jenny

The Cullinan sounds and looks like a good place to unwind before heading home. Thank you for sharing your lovely travel stories with us. Look forward to your March 2014 trip report.

May 09, 2014
Enjoyed your stories, thank you!
by: Nina

The Cullinan looks rustic but comfortable.

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