Hi Wanderw, I really don’t know, but I assume your chances are great to see it again in that area.
2 – 4 July
The next day was our mini meet day at Kamqua picnic spot with Johan van Rensburg en Marli. Unfortunately, Marli and family had to sleep in the car the previous night
and could not make it. We had a wonderful time and were privileged to share Johan’s SO’s birthday. We had chocolate cake and Amarula coffee on the menu. Thank you, Johan.
These were some of our sightings for the day:
This could be the same one we saw earlier.
It seems this guy injured his horn some time ago.
And what is a KTP trip report without a sunset?
The next day was a slow day for us, hanging around in camp to do some domestic duties. We met Tokkie, though. He was raised by the Namibian neighbours. Obviously, the camp has many more friends, and much more food…
And we had a visitor in camp as well
The afternoon drive produced this Brown Hyena. This was a very special sighting, because this was a first for SO.
And what is a KTP trip report without a Camel Thorn Tree?
Our last morning in KTP started out cold, as usual. Luckily, not every morning had this temperature.
And a last pic for the gallery:
Due to the fact that SO had more cold showers than warm ones during our stay, and the bad feedback from fellow visitors on the restaurant at Twee Rivieren, we decided to cut our visit short and leave one day earlier. We went to a lodge outside the park and had a wonderful steaming hot shower and lovely supper. It is a concern if you are told that there is no money to buy gas (for the geysers), or that they ran out of spare elements for the geysers. Imho, management in the park is not up to standard.
Augrabies in the last edition…