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An Authentic South African Safari - Kgalagadi, Nylsvley, Northern Kruger and Ezemvelo


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Came back for a re-read of your KTP safari. Enjoyed it just as much if not more the second time around. One of these days I'll get there.

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Excellent TR. I had not heard of Nylsvley or Ezemvelo before - but they both look good. Might need to do some research on when Nylsvley is most likely to be flooded as the number of birds you quoted sounds stunning.

 

Great photos - the landscapes really help capture the atmosphere of the different locations and I loved some of the wildlife ones. The Nyala, Caracal and Roan - but the one that really stands out for me is the one of the 'mature' bull Elephant. During our recent visit to Tanzania we didn't see any Elephants of that stature - which I fear this is probably a reflection of the impact of poaching and it was shocking to read that even in the Kruger that Rhino are still at risk from poachers.

 

We're planning on visiting KTP for the first time later this year and your TR (with other's) are really helping to get a feel for the place.

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