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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
Unread postPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 2:06 pm 
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thanks for this Roaneric - makes a lot more sense now! :D


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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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The views from both units are excellent :big_eyes:

Enjoy.

GavinW - never camped at LS - but other 'Mites will help. The camping area is just behind the BD3U bungaloes and from what I saw each year, it looks as if everyone is enjoying it. The area is not near to a perimeter, but only a short walk from the fence.

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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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Thanks a lot guys! Will keep a look at for availability of a "U" tent and hopefully something comes up closer to the time!!

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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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I am almost sure :hmz: that you will be lucky :thumbs_up: Keep on looking at availability, daily, and from February onwards, as many times a day as you can - good luck :D

If not, nr 15 is really OK. :thumbs_up:


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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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Gavin, there seems to have been a lot of rain, so everything should be very green and lush.

I love November, mainly beacuse of all the babies. I love to keep my eyes peeled for the impie nurseries. Of course so does every lion, wilddog, cheetah and leopard.

It is the month where I have had record leopard sightings. Most of my leopard sightings have been in that area.

The Lower Sabie main road (known as Eloff street) should not be too busy, as it is not school holidays.

My favourite roads are the S28, great for Cheetah and the Salitjie road, the S30.

I do hope that you have a stunning stay. :thumbs_up:

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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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 Post subject: Lower Sabie BD2U bungalow kitchenettes
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Hey all

Does anyone maybe know what exactly are in the kitchenettes of the Lower Sabie BD2U huts ( bungalows at the perimeter along the riverbank).
Are there plates? Pots and a pan? Glasses?

Would help greatly if anybody maybe knows the exact content of these kitchenettes.

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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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Hi Forumites
Does anyone know if the safari tents at Lower Sabie, that were damaged in the floods earlier this year, have been repaired?
Many thanks, Kite


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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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Hi Kite

I am not 100% sure, but I think they must have been repaired by now :hmz:

You can phone the camp itself and confirm :thumbs_up: - but other 'Mites may help you out on this one too. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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Has anyone staid in safari tent no. 26 and has pics of the view / "balcony" ?

Apparently I have been allocated this unit. I requested about 10 other units which they could not help with so this must be one of the "least desirable ones", a bit disappointing but suppose they can't please everyone :shock:

I believe this is the tent that burnt down a while ago.

Thanks for some feedback.


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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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There could be advice & pictures here ?

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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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On the camp map Moffat Guest House is indicated as (GMO) and Steenbok Guest House as (GSB). But where does a person find them on the list of accommodation availalability?

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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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Don't know about Moffat but Steenbok is used by staff and doesn't seem to be available to hire.


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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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Thank you Kite :thumbs_up:

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 Post subject: Re: Lower Sabie Rest Camp
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Hi ...
Does anybody know what time the morning walks start at this of the year in lower sabie..
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