More photos from our August visit,not only animals but nature as well.

by Lourens Easmus
(Benoni.)

Early morning past Samevloeing.

Early morning past Samevloeing.

During our visit in August 2015 the highlights was the Brown Hyena and African wildcat. Game was not in abundance so I concentrated on Trees dunes and nature in general. as we entered the park from outside on a daily basis the sunrise was always something to see. Most of the time we had sunrise just as you pass Samevloeing. With visitors in a hurry to get to waterholes there was always a cloud of dust hanging in the air so the sunrise always had a haze around it. Red orange coulers appeared as the sun rose above the dune to the far right. Birds of prey as usual caught in flight. Cheetah and grown up cubs near Melkvlei Picnic spot approaching vehicles as to inquire on our business.

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Nov 07, 2015
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Love the sunrise
by: Craig S

So nice to see pics not of just the big cats!

Nov 07, 2015
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Accomodation ouside the Park.
by: Anonymous

We stayed over at the Kgalagadi Lodge 5 Km. from the Tweerivieren Gate. Due to unavailability of accommodation in the Park. Absolute value for money compared to Sanparks tariffs.Only drawback it restricts driving only to the southern parts of the park.

Nov 06, 2015
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nice clouds!
by: Neil

I like the sunrise image - nice clouds!

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cheetahs
by: Jennifer

Lovely pictures Lourens, where out side of the park did you stay?

Cheetahs are always a great sighting but so is a good sunrise!.

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