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  • 10

    South African Walking Safari

    A wonderful trip in a spectacular country, seeing a lots of wildlife and some stunning landscapes

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    1. Arriving off the chain ladders above the Amphitheatre, with awesome views from high on the Drakensberg. 2. Getting so close to the peaceful hippo family in the early morning in the St Lucia estuary. 3. Having a close encounter with a white rhino and her calf on the game drive in the Karongwe game reserve.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Andrew was simply amazing. Really well organised, looked after everyone throughout, and was a terrific cook!

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Go on all the game drives you can, you'll see different things each time. Don't miss out on the chain ladders, they're fine (the alternative scramble wasn't an option).

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    We went in July (mid-winter), which I thought was great (warm by day, no rain, less crowded, almost no insects, animals easier to see), so I would definitely recommend that.

  • 8

    SOUTH AFRICAN WALKING SAFARI

    A truly memorable holiday but be prepared for some log journeys between stops. 

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    1. Watching a sleeping lion being woken by the distant and faint roar of another lion - our sleeping lion sat up and responded with a ground vibrating series of roars. It was incredibly emotional and awe inspiring, so much so that a few members of the group were in tears. 2. The Drakensberg mountains were spectacular and climbing the chain ladders an exhilerating experience. We felt as though we were on top of the world looking at the view. 3. Surviving a powerful thunderstorm whilst camping in St Lucia - I thought our tent was going to blow away!  

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Francois and Andrew (ably supported by Phili) couldn't have done more to ensure that we had a good time.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Be prepared for some very long journeys in the bus (which was very comfortable). We didn't expect to be sitting down as much as we did. Despite the long journeys you are rewarded with the opportunity to see so many interesing sights. The shared accommodation was generally clean and comfortable but if you are a light sleeper make sure that you have some good earplugs because it is almost inevitable that a few of your fellow travellers will snore! Take a specific plug adapter for South Africa as we couldn't use our multi purpose travel plug in the SA electrical system. 

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    We hesitated about doing the two recommended safari drives in the private reserve as we thought one would be enough. In the end we did both over the two days we were there and we are so pleased we did as we saw different animals over the two drives. Very few of the group went on the optional visit to the reptile house - we went and thought it very interesting and well worth doing.

  • 10

    SOUTH AFRICAN WALKING SAFARI

    We had an excellent adventure and were exceedingly well looked after by the crew. We seemed to spend a lot of time in the mini bus for a "walking safari" but it did means we saw a lot of South Africa.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The highlight of our holiday was the walking in the Drakensberg Mountains. They are spectacular and the walking was not too difficult.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our group leader made sure we kept the timetable, firm but fair. His cooking was superb and he could be found at all hours preparing for our welfare. We were very lucky with our 3 man crew.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Get fit before you go if you want to enjoy the walking.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    The Capetown add-on included a bike ride, a bit of a surprise and a challenge to us 73 year olds!

  • 10

    SOUTH AFRICAN WALKING SAFARI

    A good balance of Safari and walking. Some long distances travelled on the bus which we enjoyed enabling us to see a large area of this fantastic country. With a 19 seat bus for 12 it was not cramped and with plenty of stops you do get a good flavour of the country. Don't let the bussing put you off  we had some superb walks and Safaris and were looked after very well by our guides Admire and Mathew.   

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    We had many excellent experiences but I think from a walking point of view it must be the Amphitheatre at Drakensberg. After a cold and not too promising start the weather gradually cleared to reveal some awe inspiring views. I think the best picnic stop ever !!! The Game drives were great and varied: The first private game reserve we stayed at was very memorable seeing many animals but we came across two young Lionesses who were not at all bothered by our presence, great for the photographers.  When we entered Kruger The water hole was very busy with Elephants, Hippo, Giraffe .... quite a sight.        

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Admire and Mathew worked very hard to make things go smoothly, between them they had a lot of knowledge and if they didn't know usually found out.  They made the trip a very pleasant and memorable one.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    This is a very varied holiday but does involve some long coach transfers. If you really don't like coach travel it may not be for you. But for me ... I thoroughly  enjoyed it. We are not campers but this was no problem. The guides had the tents up in no time and the beds very comfortable. The tents large enough to store your gear and tall enough in the centre to stand. 

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    This was my first proper visit to Africa and has whetted my appetite. This trip gives a good varied overview of life in the area. I read some of the recommended reading, Nelson Mandela's ' Walk to Freedom' which gives a good insight to South Africa's recent journey. Also plenty of info on Birds and Animals ... you will see lots of them. !! 

  • 8

    SOUTH AFRICAN WALKING SAFARI

    A great mix of walking and wildlife, culminating in the stunning Drakensberg mountains.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    So many to comment on......stunning sunrises and sunsets, the beautiful environs of St Lucia, great walks in lovely scenery, seeing a week old baby white rhino, conquering the ladders to climb up to the Amphitheatre!

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    A couple of days on the road are quite long......make sure you are on time to leave....any delays mean that the leader is trying to play catch up. But the scenery is great!  If you are a wildlife officianado, you may be really disappointed with the Night Safari (optional trip) in Kruger. You are in a vehicle with 20 others and I can liken the experience to Disney......lamping animals at twilight to see them in the bush and cheering when a lion is spotted. I hasten to add that none of the Exodus clients acted so abhorrently. I was extremely disappointed with the experience, especially after great drives in a private game reserve a few days previously. 

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 10

    SOUTH AFRICAN WALKING SAFARI

    A great holiday with a mixture of walking and wildlife. After a couple of very, very, wet days the sun came out, the walking became enjoyable. We had a pretty mixed group and just about everybody enjoyed the experience.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Stalking cheetah on foot in Kruger.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Admire and Rob were very good indeed, as was Tsepo, the driver. The earier unusually heavy rains forced changes of both routes and accomodation, but they handled it very professionally. Admire led most of the hikes and both his and Rob's local knowledge was pretty good. Oh, and they could cook pretty well, no complaints on that score.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    If you go in the South African summer, take really good waterproofs - and make sure you have a waterproof cover for your rucksack (bitter personal experience). Some of the transfers are long, so cultivate an interest in birds - plenty of spotting opportunities when on the road. Take a Kindle or similar too.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    We struck lucky, because of the flooding we stayed at Karongwe Private Reserve and benefitted from their excellent guides and trackers. It was with them that we were allowed out of the vehicle to find the cheetahs on foot. The accomodation was fine (sometimes basic, sometimes almost luxurious) and the camping easy (the guys set up and took down the tents). Witsieshoek Mountain Lodge in the Drakensberg is a fascinating place - it looks a little like a 1960s Bond villians hideout. Oh, and if you're a birder the whole trip is just wonderful ;-)

  • 8

    SOUTH AFRICAN WALKING SAFARI

    A good mix of wildlife and walking.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    A choice between walking within 5 metres of a cheetah in the bush one evening and watching the rainclouds break and disappear in a few minutes to allow us to walk in the Drakensburg without a soaking.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Admire was full of energy, information, humour and a pretty good cook too. He and back up man Petros did a fine job leading us around South Africa.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Be prepared to spend very long periods in the minibus-take an iPod or something similar to pass the time. The time spent driving was really the only downside to the trip-the game viewing was excellent (though I STILL haven't seen a leopard in the wild!!!) interspersed with some great and varied walking. The holiday met our expectations. Going in October, we did not expect quite so much rain-55mm overnight whilst camping in the Kruger,-but somehow we managed to dodge most of it, only getting wet a couple of times.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Your local agents need to provide an awning or dining tent for the days when it rains. On the night in Kruger mentioned above, the guides prepared food in the pouring rain with no shelter, and we ate it in the minibus with puddles in our plates. Funny to look back on but not so great at the time.

  • 10

    SOUTH AFRICAN WALKING SAFARI

    A brilliant trip from start to finish.  There was so much to see and do.  Going in July/Aug  - South African winter was the perfect time for walking and seeing wild life.  A very varied and exciting experience with something new everyday. 

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Watching two cheetas eating their kill meters away from us as we were led through the bush on foot.  This was an amazing experience.  The trip to the Drakensberg was also very memorable, especially negotiating the metal ladders!  Great stuff!

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Andrew was a first class tour leader and Admire a excellent back up.  As a team, they made our holiday from preparing lovely food to always getting camp ready quickly.  Their driving was faultless.  

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Go in the winter as there are no insects or bugs and the bush is very thin so there is a much better chance of seeing wild life.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    The change in itinerary by going to the St Lucia on the coast really added to the trip and gave us yet another new experience.  The guided boat trip and walk through the bush was very enjoyable.  Going to the local bar for a sundowner really rounded off the day as we all sat outside by the water, watching the wild life.

  • 8

    SOUTH AFRICAN WALKING SAFARI

    Fantastic trip, with great walks, awesome sights and great opportunities to get pretty close to the wildlife. This trip highlights what a diverse country South Africa is when you contrast the high lands with the lowlands. It is truly an experience that will be treasured for life.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    It's hard to pick just one. South Africa was always a dream for me so just being there on a private game reserve with all the wildlife in natural habitat was awesome. Being within 20-30ft of a male lion as it roared. Watching him summon the roar from deepin the pit of his stomach. The hair still stands up on my neck when I think about it.  The contrast in the country, from pine forests and lushness in the Highveld to the barren sparseness of the Lowveld was something I wasn't expecting. Also on our trip we had a change in the itinery and ended up in St Lucia and I wasn't disappointed. All those crocs and Hippos and the Indian ocean breaking in the background as you tried to sleep. The spectacular Drakensberg, and the glamping. The scenery here is breathtaking. The hike up "the ladders" was amazing. Seeing people conquer their fear by going up and the whole group, who were complete strangers a couple of weeks before, totally encouraging each other as if they were friends for years.  Also on our hike in the Drakensberg we had snow. I didn't expect to see snow in South Africa.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Bongani, was our leader, and was aided by Shawn and Semanga. Bongani, was great. He put the group at ease. He's got a great sense of humour that might take you a day or two to figure out but when you do he's a lot of fun. He also works hard to make sure the group enjoy themselves. He genuinely cares that everyone have fun and enjoy the trip and looks for feedback every night around the fire and prepares the group for the next day. 

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    There is a lot of travel on this trip between places so be prepared for some long days in the bus. Don't expect to get out of your armchair and enjoy this trip. You need a small level of fitness as some of the walks are long and over undulating terrain and it can get really hot at times. Good shoes or Boots are essential. Some of the campsites only have cold showers so if you don't fancy them take wet wipes. Also a decent headlight/torch because sometimes the tents are a small distance for the facilities. Take a decent camera too.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I did this trip as a single person and was a little nervous. However I ended up with a fantastic group of people and all those concerns were gone in an instant. The nights around the campfires and the stories will stick with me for a long time. This trip gives you a unique insight into the country and its fantastic scenery and wildlife. I was a little wary of the food, but group leaders did a great job, sometimes in harsh weather conditions, to give us all really good food. It's not five star but for campsite food it was great. I guess the biggest thing I can say about this trip is I didn't want it to end. Like I said, South Africa was  dream of mine to visit, and having done this trip I'm yearning for more. I'd recommend this trip to anyone, who likes the outdoors and has even a mild sense of adventure. 

  • 8

    SOUTH AFRICAN WALKING SAFARI

    My first trip with Exodus but I have travelled with similar companies although not including camping.I found the trip to be exactly what I was expecting and as described in the brochure. The camping wasn't arduous at all.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Two things stick in my memory. 1. Being able to walk inside a Game Reserve knowing that the previous evening on a Game drive we had come VERY close to elephants, lion and cheetah with a recent kill. Then on the walk getting very close to the cheetah and her cub. 2. Walking in  the Drakensberg Mountains. One day we walked along the Tugela Gorge and even though the rains hadn't come and the river was virtually dry we had lunch in the riverbed of the gorge (thankfully there was no flash flood!). The following day we made the ascent onto the plateau via the 'terrifying' chain ladders. Unable to climb a ladder at home this was MY achievement of the trip. Coming down was much easier thank goodness.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Bongani was an excellent leader. Quiet and efficient but able to impart his knowledge when required. He has a wicked sense of humour which took us a while to suss out. After a few days we just didn't believe anything he told us!! There was a lot of driving during the trip so while we relaxed in the minibus he was working hard and then had the camps to set up on arrival.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    As said before there is a lot of travelling. South Africa is a huge country and the locals think nothing of driving 100's of miles on straight, quiet roads. We rotated our seats around the bus each day as some seats had better views/more legroom than others. As we move about regularly there is a fair bit of packing/unpacking and not much room in the tents to spread. I found using bags to store underwear, shirts, trousers etc in my main pack made getting the following day's clothes ready easier.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Bongani had Shawn as a camp assistant. As he was too young to be insured to drive the bus it meant Bongani had to do all the driving. I did wonder if Bongani was incapacitated for any reason whether our trip would be stuck.

  • 8

    SOUTH AFRICAN WALKING SAFARI

    A wonderful holiday which really explores the east side of South Africa. Wonderful walks, great game viewing! Could not ask for more.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Being 3000m high in the Drakensberg with wonderful views and a sense of achievement getting up the ladder!

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our group leader - Bongani - was great. Very organised and a good cook! Quite quiet though so did not learn that much specifically about S Africa as a country.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Make sure your plug adaptor covers S Africa as a lot in our group didn't and note that there are two guides on the trip with you all the time so when it coming to tipping them - that is twice as much.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Camping is the best way of feeling right in there with the animals! Great great fun. travelled on my own and felt perfectly safe and well looked after.  

  • 8

    SOUTH AFRICAN WALKING SAFARI

    Great walking and excellent organisation from experienced and committed guides

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Walking with cheetahs and walking in and around the Drakensberg amphitheatre

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Outstanding. Committed and professional

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    The long travelling days in the van are the only down side but the experience when you get to your destination is breath taking

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Would have liked the option to spend an extra day in Swaziland and Drakensberg walking

  • 10

    SOUTH AFRICAN WALKING SAFARI

    Amazing experience! Great balance between walking and wildlife and a really diverse trip, you feel like you are seeing a lot of the country without being rushed. Scenery is stunning and perfect for walking. Campsites are fantastic, food amazing. Really lovely, well paced and interesting trip with fantastic opportunity to spot the big 5!

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Spotting Cheetha close up on foot and seeing a kill..fantastic moment! The Drakensberg mountains were stunning, loved the two walks there. Whole camping experience, beers around the fire, everyone swapping wildlife photos, great atmosphere.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Both Bongani and Shawn were excellent leaders, they really went the extra mile and worked very hard to make the trip run like clockwork and it did. Both have a great sense of humour and made it fun and interesting.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    I would reccomend doing all of the optional game drives. You never know what you might see. We were really lucky to see so many animals up close.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Just make the most of it. This is one off experience you'll never forget.

  • 10

    South African Walking Safari

    Fantastic trip. Such a variation of landscape and scenery. From wide open prairie, rainforest jungle and wild bushland to golden sand beaches, the Indian Ocean and souring mountains... we had it all. Oh, and too many wild life encounters along the way to actually list here in this short review.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Seeing the Drakensberg and the Indian Ocean at St Lucia.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our group leaders were just fantastic. Really nice guys. This being a camping/lodge/cabin based kind of trip meant that we had two guides, David and Endi, but we also a third in Coli who was learning the ropes. The three guys were knowledgeable about pretty much everything and the amount of stuff that they did each day to make sure that the trip ran to plan and everyone was happy was just phenomenal. Two solid weeks of driving, guiding, setting up camp and cooking and they were still smiling at the end.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Pack for all seasons. We went in July, end of winter in SA. I almost didn't take up on the advice of packing a 3/4 season sleeping, but I was glad that I did. The nights got cold, but during the day it was warm enough for t shirt and shorts. We even laid around on the beach and splashed around in the Indian Ocean for a day before heading up into Drakensberg where we had a little sleet and snow. It all added to the fantastic contrast of the two weeks though.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 10

    My wonderful walking safari

    This trip was fantastic. The guides, David and Ende were very knowledgeable, and excellent cooks!! They had a trainee, Colly, with them who knew a lot about tracking and local knowledge. We saw so many animals. It was wonderful to see them in their natural surroundings. I really enjoyed the walks, which were varied. However, the weather, and time beat us on Sentinel Peak, which was disappointing, but it is expected as it's winter in South Africa at the moment. A truly wonderful trip. I recommend it wholeheartedly!!

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Too many to mention. I loved everything!

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our leaders were all great. very good communicators, and excellent cooks!! All were very knowledgeable.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Be prepared for a very rocky climb on Sentinel Peak.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 10

    South Africa Walking and Wildlife

    I had booked this holiday because of the variety of activities on offer and it didn't disappoint. My main interest was the hillwalking and this was superb in all locations, however I found the safari part of the holiday just as enjoyable. The sights we saw, such as the cloud inversion at God's Window, were also stunning.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    All of the walks offered something unique and I enjoyed them all. I was surprised by how lush the countryside was in Swaziland and it was a very picturesque walk. The scenery and views in the Drakensberg were stunning and all of the walks here were excellent. I particularly enjoyed our scrambling up the Crack. Unfortunately we were not able to go up the chain ladders to the top of the amphitheatre due to high winds. Our guide made the right call on this one but we still managed to get some spectacular views from the viewpoint slightly further down. The whole Drakensberg experience was awe inspiring, helped by the location of our lodge in the Royal Natal National Park.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our main leader Andy was outstanding. He has a fantastic personality, which really helped to bolster our group spirit, and he was also passionate about all the activities and very hard-working throughout the trip. He was a great help to me personally when I needed medical attention halfway during the trip. Andy was assisted ably by Colly and David. Nothing was too much bother for them and they did everything with a smile.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    The trip notes are very informative. I would also add that walking poles would be very useful, albeit not essential. I think the walking part of the trip is fairly graded as a 3. The walks are not overly long, but do require a reasonable level of fitness. There was also a fair degree of scrambling required on our second last walk. I would reiterate previous reviews about some long transfers on the minibus. A good supply of reading materials and music kept me occupied. However, I personally would not change the itinerary as each of our stopovers had something unique to offer.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I can't praise this holiday highly enough. We had a great group spirit and one of the most enjoyable things for me was simply the companionship each night after the day's activities. Our nights round the campfire at the private game reserve are particularly memorable. Add to this an action-packed itinerary with splendid walking and sightseeing opporunities and it truly was a spectacular holiday.

  • 10

    South African Walking Safari

    This was an amazing holiday, we packed so much in and saw so much it will be difficult to choose a highlight. The guides were very good and made sure we were happy, safe, well fed and enjoyed every minute.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    We actually saw the big five as well as seeing a black Rhino which was fantastic and totally unexpected. We were up close and personal to all the animals and we saw some amazing and rare birdlife which was a bonus.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our leader was very passionate and knowledgable about his country and what it contained, from the smallest of grasses to the biggest of animals. He was able to answer any questions we had and he made sure we packed as much in to the time we had.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Be prepared for some long drives in the bus, it is very comfortable and well worth the time spent as we covered a lot of ground and saw a lot of the country. Early mornings are also part of the trip this is to ensure you see and do as much as possible while you are there.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    This is my third trip with Exodus and once again they have allowed me to see and do things I would not be able to see and do if I tried to do this independantly. I am already looking in to my next trip with them.

  • 10

    South Africa Walking & Wildlife

    We booked this trip for our Honeymoon, it was something we always wanted to do and we enjoy trekking. We said we would keep a very open mind when getting to South Africa as we didn't expect to see a lot of animals or didn't know what to expect with the accommodation. Well, we were completely blown away with what we saw on this trip, within the first evening on the safari we saw Elephants, Giraffes, Buffalo, Impala and Wildebeest. The accommodation was very good, clean and tidy. Our favourite place we stayed was Mtomeni Safari camp in Letaba Ranch Reserve, this was the true safari experience for us. There was no electricity so bring your torch, sat round the fire, taken back to our tent in the evening by a guide with a riffle just in case we had an unexpected visitor!!. Waking up in the morning to site of the beautiful river with some monkey playing outside of tent was brilliant! Kruger Park was not as touristy as we thought it would be, the camp sites were really good and the showering facilities were very clean. Seeing all the animals so close to our van was incredible. It was almost like the animals were just as interested in us as we were in them! The walking comes later in the trip mainly, the mountains were breath-taking. The scenery surrounding our accommodation was amazing. Drakensberg is such a beautiful place and easily somewhere you could go back in the future for more walks.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The highlight of the trip was seeing Elephants walking in a line, crossed the road with their young (who kept looking back at us) it just fantastic and something I only dreamed I was see. It totally made our trip and was a dream come true! Also the safari game walk was a brilliant activity. Our guides Craig and Edwin were brilliant and very friendly. We tracked a giraffe then saw it in the distance. It was great to learn so much from him and being in the bush on foot was amazing an experience we will never forget.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our group leader was Ende and he was absolutely incredible as were our 2 other guides Colly and Marco. They were all very knowledgeable on the animals, birds, trees, plants etc we saw and could identify every we saw (even when we were quite far away!) The meals were excellent and so tasty, every meal was different. We really enjoyed their company and are hoping to stay in touch in the future. Anyone who gets these 3 guys as guides will be very lucky and are sure to have an amazing time.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    The drives can be very long on some days driving to different places so maybe take a book or something to occupy yourself. However the guides have a library on the van with lots of wildlife/birds etc which you are welcome to read.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    This trip is two holidays in one, with the safari and trekking, the trekking mainly comes in the second half when you head for the mountains. Due to the weather being so hot our walks we a little limited but only for our safety. This trip really is something special so definitely do not hesitate to book this one!!

  • 10

    South African Walking Safari

    This trip has the perfect blend of hiking and wildlife. Without exception the walks were stunning, and the game viewing in Karongwe and Kruger plentiful and awe-inspiring.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Being only a few metres from an adult male lion in Karongwe. He had his back to us, but would look round every now and again, not at all bothered by our prescence. The endless views in the Drakensburg, from the imposing amphitheatre to that 'top of the world' feeling at Sentinel Peak.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    David, Andrew and Coli achieved legendary status in my eyes. I have never known one guide work so hard to ensure a trip runs smoothly, let alone three! Pitching and striking tents, preparing all our delicious meals, and driving us thousands of kilometres so we could see so much of this beautiful country, all the while providing great company and humour along the way. Give them all a medal.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    If you can't stand the heat, don't travel in November.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I genuinely don't think I can top this trip, but I'll continue to travel the world trying. ;-)

  • 10

    walking and wildlife

    The whole trip was fantastic. The only downside was the failure to inform the leader of my requirement for a gluten free diet. I don't think Ende had even heard of the condition, but, when it was explained to him he coped brilliantly even to the extent of preparing my main dish separately.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Seeing elephants in the wild for the first time is always a thrill. I have seen them on several occasions but it is always a thrill.The lodges at Royal Natal park and in Swaziland together with the views were something special

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Ende was fantastic he organized everything brilliantly. I would happily go with him again, also I cannot speak to highly of Collie and Marco who were very knowledgeable and interesting to listen to.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Go for this one

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Make sure the people on the ground know about special diets.

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