Having visited for 2 days a few years ago we were determined to return to enjoy this wonderful place at a more leisurely pace. We were not disappointed!
This may not be the biggest National Park but it has to be one of the friendliest. It has a much more intimate feel in the main camp and even with building work for new lodges underway it still is quite small.
There is a good variety of landscapes to explore with well maintained roads across most parts of the Park.
Abundant wildlife to be seen and although there are no giraffe or elephants there are plenty of other things to admire.
We repeated our Cheetah tracking experience and this time after some strenuous walking we were rewarded with being just a few feet away from a female and three cubs. A remarkable privilege to be outside the vehicle walking right amongst such wildlife in the capable hands of our expert ranger guide.
If you like the idea of a more relaxed park with fantastic scenery, great wildlife and decent accommodation in a lovely location then do visit this park.
We are already talking of this as a 'must do' experience in future trips to South Africa.
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