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5/5

Our guide Amos was incredible!. He was knowledgeable, outgoing and fun with the guests

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5/5

This was my favorite campsite! The scenery was amazing; not too far from the gate and abundance of wildlife!

Nothing Beats The Kruger
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5/5

The Kruger National park offers the best bushveld experience. We stayed in Pretoriuskop with scenic drives towards Skukuza and picnics overlooking the Sabie river. We saw many elephant, they are abundant in the area, we also spotted cheetah on a game drive early morning. July is a great time to visit the Kruger as it is mild during the day, and even though it can get chilly at night. It s great to sit around the campfire under the stars to keep you warm. If on a budget it is best to self cater either camping or in a chalet. The Kruger is definitely a place to get closer to nature and experience the bushveld in all its glory.

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5/5

Excellent safari experience.

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5/5

To see a lion mating and to find animals in the wild is amazing!

Phillip Briggs Augrabies web page...location on map is incorrect...indicating Kruger NP
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5/5

Safari Bookings web page...Phillip Briggs...location of Augrabies incorrect on map.

Augrabies NP is awesome and everyone should visit for the landscape and flora and fauna...wonderful to be able to explore on foot.

Outside area of restaurant needs up grading...cigarette butts in pots looks terrible...chairs and tables shabby.

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5/5

Moremi was awesome, great sceneries and natural habitat. Don't miss Khwai river.

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5/5

Amazing plains full of animals - giraffe alongside elephants, zebra, kudu, baboons

Amazing experiences with Botswana wildlife
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5/5

Had an amazing time with Australian photographer extraordinaire Ken Duncan and his lovely wife Pam (www.kenduncan.com) and a group of fellow photography enthusiasts from Australia, New Zealand and the UK organised by Patrick and Elaine Brakspear of African Encounter tours (www.africanencounter.com.au).

Our guides and their support team from Safari and Guide Services (https://sgsafrica.com/) did an awesome job of setting up our mobile camp from scratch in the Khwai community trust grounds adjacent to Moremi Game Reserve and looking after us so well while we were there. Then removing all indications of our having been there when the camp was over.

We spent three wonder-filled days around Khwai and Moremi viewing and photographing antelope, elephant, fish eagle, giraffe, hamerkop, hornbill, impala, lilac-breasted roller, kudu, leopard, lion and the list goes on. You can check out some of my images at https://www.flickr.com/photos/its_all_about_the_light/albums/72157693627282180 if you like.

Great teams looking after us. And really impressed with Botswana generally and the commitment to wildlife preservation rather than hunting since 2014. Looking forward to returning!

Stuning experience in close contact with small and big wildlife fellows
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5/5

Wildlife: here are few places in Africa where you hav concrete chance to spot lion, leopards, hyena, cheetahs, and wild dogs in one day; abundance of elephants is Amazing, antelopes (red lechwe, impala) and zebra everywhere
Scenery is absolutetly, wild, men presence is discreet altough there are many tourists
Weather in August is cool/cold in the night, pleasant and dry during the day
We spent all our nights in so-called Boga camps, camping sites assigned on personal basis, never sharing with Others, giving to you the fantastic experience of a close contact with Wildlife...no fences, we had in the camp lions, leopard, elephant, honey badgers

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