We are offering a stay 4 pay 3 special for the month of June which is on top of the discounted rates for the Winter Season, plus the exchange rates now are extremely favourable. A beautiful time to come and visit the Bush!
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IT IS WITH GREAT PLEASURE TO ANNOUNCE THAT GARONGA HAS AGAIN BEEN AWARDED BY TRIP ADVISOR THE FIRST IN THE OVERALL CATEGORY AWARDS WORLDWIDE. WE ARE ALL VERY HONOURED TO BE GIVEN THIS AWARD WHICH COMES FROM “YOU, THE GUESTS”. THANKS SO MUCH! IT IS THE STAFF WHO MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE AND QUITE RIGHTLY THEY SHOULD BE VERY PROUD OF THIS AWARD.
ALL THE BEST, BERNIE
Hi there. My name is Taro Smith, I’m Bernie Smiths nephew. This week Bernie has gone away for a few days which has given me the opportunity to write a blog. I know of course that since this is the first blog that Bernie hasn’t written it is up to me to blow our readers away with a wonderful blog written by an amateur blogger. This week has been quite exciting animal wise as we have had our first sighting of the leopard cubs. To our amazement the guests watched both the mother leopard and her cubs playing around for about half an hour! However this sighting was brought to end by a small hail storm which seemed to spark up more interest with the rangers than the leopards sighting! Fair point, I guess a hail storm is rarer than a leopard sighting around this region.
Overall a lovely sighting and I’m very much looking forward to seeing these cubs myself!
I myself had an incredible week as I got to fly on the microlight. This was somewhat of an incredible experience to say the least. Whilst in the air I saw a range of animals including an, elephant, crocodile and vultures. I have to say actually that seeing the vultures in the air was probably the best part of the whole thing. I highly recommend doing it as it is very good fun. I would also highly recommend not sticking your hand out the side of it while in the air with your camera in your hand. Trying to take a “cool” looking photo mid-air nearly lost me my camera!