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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
Unread postPosted: Fri Nov 08, 2013 2:31 pm 
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RemiE,

We stayed there last December.

The H3 was usually quite productive.
And also some good sand roads to the east of the H3, especially the ones along the dry river beds (don't have my maps with me to give you the exact S numbers)

The sand roads on the west side of the H3 tended to be a bit quieter.


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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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Thank you yoda :thumbs_up:
I will mark those so long on my map for easy referance

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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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RemiE wrote:
Thank you yoda :thumbs_up:
I will mark those so long on my map for easy referance


No prob.
If I remember I will give the S numbers over the weekend.
But easy to find on any map.


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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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Will appreciate it
Thank you yoda

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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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Has anyone any good news to tell me about JLe Roux guest house? Have booked for one night in December. I have been reading a few bad reports regarding this accommodation and praying that it has improved. :pray:
I booked it as a family gift and will be so disappointed if it is awful. :(
What I want to know: Is there a view ? always most important.
and, as it is hellish expensive is it worth it?


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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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When at Satara heard people complaining about the dirty pool
The floor seems to be covered with slippery algae
Is this true?
Hope to swim there in march

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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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heard people complaining about the dirty pool
The floor seems to be covered with slippery algae


Hi Bert
I hoped that someone would have commented in this by now as we going to be there from the 20th. I truly hope that the pool is cleaned by the time we get there. I will report back

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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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bert wrote:
When at Satara heard people complaining about the dirty pool
The floor seems to be covered with slippery algae
Is this true?
Hope to swim there in march


Dear Bert

I have checked with the camp manager at Satara and he confirmed that the swimming pool is in good conditions. Our swimming pools are being monitored and maintained regularly.

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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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Was in BnD last week and didn't even have the time to check the swimming pool. The sigtings kept me too busy :roll:

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Was in BnD last week and didn't even have the time to check the swimming pool. The sigtings kept me too busy :roll:


:thumbs_up: :thumbs_up:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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Was in BnD last week and didn't even have the time to check the swimming pool. The sigtings kept me too busy :roll:


:lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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The best run camp in the Kruger :clap: :clap: :clap:

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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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Hi Guys

I have decided to make a quick visit to the KNP in February.

I need your help which BA3U unit i must try and get for the best perimeter view?

Thanking you in advance.


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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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Hi Guys

Sorry

Preferably a newly renovated one.

Thanks


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 Post subject: Re: Berg & Dal Rest Camp
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Hi Chas, have a look here :
Pumbaa wrote:
In 2008 we were awarded with bungalow No. 27 in Berg-en-Dal which is in my opinion one of the best with perimeter view – very close to the fence and we could watch two elephants from our verandah feeding and walking their ways – amazing.
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Berg-en-Dal - BA3U - unit 28. One of the nicest perimeter units at this stage if you ask me


Not sure how newly renovated they are though.

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