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Pafuri Camp Blog - Page 7

A collection of blog posts inspired by the Northern Kruger.

Pafuri- one of Kruger's hidden gems

Posted on Mon June 12, 2017.

The last light of the day feathers through the fine leaves of the fever trees all around us. A few hundred metres away, a solitary elephant bull is pretending to ignore us. Our field guide, Sarah Nurse, points at an inky blotch – a black hawk swooping between branches. I sip on my gin and tonic and sigh contentedly. I feel like I’ve come home.

Written by Alexander Matthews

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Guides Sightings Report May 2017

Posted on Tue May 30, 2017.

Winter has arrived in Makuleke and it is getting a bit nippy after dark. Each morning the sunrise is the morning chorus and a low fog over the river. The call of the Pel’s fishing owl resonating off the boardwalks is the beautiful start to my day.

Written by Sarah Nurse

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Where does God live? Is it Yosemite or Pafuri?

Posted on Fri May 26, 2017.

The Americans claim that God lives in Yosemite!

Article by James Edward Pullen

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Pafuri Camp Reflections

Posted on Fri May 5, 2017.

Pafuri reflections written by guest, Amanda de Klerk

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An amazing story of positivity - PAFURI CAMP

Posted on Tue May 2, 2017.

It’s not every day you get to witness a creature’s first steps. The baby Zebra is just a few minutes old when we come across it. Still half-covered in its amniotic sac and bewildered as its mother nervously fends off overinquisitive buffalo.

Words by Sharon Gilbert-Rivert
Published in Responsible Traveller

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