Hierdie trip (Luvuvhu Trail) was 'n droom vir my man vir baie lank, nie regtig vir my nie! Ek was tot die middag wat ons gery het nog nie lus hiervoor nie en het maar die heletyd probeer opgewonde klink maar het nie geweet wat om te verwag nie, was bang vir die toilet geriewe, [...]
Sometimes the best way to tell a story is just to share the post-trip email and photos from the participants. So herewith, unsolicited, unedited feedback It’s been a long first day back in the office after spending the past week on the Luvuvhu Trail (end August 2013). This past week was amazing to [...]
We've just returned from a happy few days with clients on the Rio Elefantes. Highlights included watching a huge crocodile on the opposite bank to the camp, devouring a cow's carcass; fresh fish for supper; and watching Abraham remove a red-lipped snake (non venomous) from under the tent. Janco wove his usual magic and converted [...]
We are delighted to share Gill Theron's Trip Report on their experience of the Luvuvhu 4x4 Trail, completed during the last week of July 2013. All photos are also courtsey of Gill and Tony Theron. ROCKING IN THE BUSH Some months back, a friend of Tony’s, Ian Sim, invited us to join him on [...]
Hennie van der Colff and 5 other bush lovers recently embarked on a trip, re-building the Makuya Park section of the Luvuvhu Trail. Here’s the trip report: We started our normal trail route at the exit of Mthimkulu Reserve, right next to Kruger National Park. The effects of the January flood on the Klein Letaba [...]
So what's the Luvuvhu 4x4 Eco-Trail experience actually like? Read the comments from those who completed the trip this last week-end... (The type in grey is the Editor's translation.) “Ons het die 4x4 roete terdee geniet. Die 336.3 km het ons op ons tone of eerder op ons wiele gehou. Hennie se kennis van die veld, [...]
"While the Kruger National Park appeals to many holidaymakers, to some, the reserve fails to offer the very thing that many off-road adventurers seek: an escape. We visit Kruger’s unruly neighbour for a chance to drive a little-known trail lost in solitude." Read Grant Spolander's article "Beautifully Barren", published in SA4x4, here.