Tag Archive for Satara

Morning coffee

Here are some of my favourite morning coffee spots in Africa. My most favourite one is morning coffee from the deck of a Safari tent at Lower Sabie Rest Camp. I love watching the world wake up and see all the birds fly over the river. The Sabie River is a bit like a highway…

Warming up in Kruger (2.2)

After a quick stop at Tshokwane – we didn’t hang around as the shop & restaurant were still closed – we continued on our journey north. We couldn’t get over the greenness of Kruger National Park in Summer.  We usually visit in July/August when everything is bleak and bare and dusty. Even the elephants are…

Warming up in Kruger (1)

After a false start – our plane didn’t leave due to heavy snowfall in Amsterdam on Friday the 17th – we finally arrived in South Africa for our two weeks of sun, sundowners & safari. Because we departed three days later than planned, we had to reschedule the booked accommodation. Many thanks to José for…

Satara sunset

It’s almost three years ago that we stayed at Satara rest camp. I think we had a bungalow in the A circle. There was a bird bath in the middle, which is great for lazy bird watching in the camp. Satara sunsets are famous for their beautiful reds. I really need to get back and…