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 Post subject: Re: Game Drives from Croc Bridge Camp
Unread postPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 8:21 pm 
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R202 - and worth every cent.

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 Post subject: Re: Game Drives from Croc Bridge Camp
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vanillamanilla wrote:
Thank you. And do they use the Larger vehicles or the smaller vehicles from Croc Bridge?


Hi, Vanillamanilla

Please note that Crocodile Bridge has sunset drive not night drive at the price is R202. The kind of vehicle used depend on the number of people. For example small vehicles carry 10 people while the bigger vehicles carry 22 people.

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 Post subject: Re: Game Drives from Croc Bridge Camp
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Vanillamanilla, what I did ,
look at the previous night,s spotter board, speak to the guide or asked at reception about the vehicles, routes and they(reception/drivers) normally are very helpful.
The thing is that vehicles have brake downs and the guides got their own informants i.r.o. hot spots or movements.
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 Post subject: Re: Game Drives from Croc Bridge Camp
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 Post subject: Crocodile Bridge Tents Info Request
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Staying at Croc Bridge in a tent late October 2013.Will appreciate advice as to which tent is the best. Number 8 appeals to me?


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 Post subject: Re: Crocodile Bridge Tents Info Request
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Number 8 appeals to Roaneric too, Vanillamanilla :D
See here and also these photos in her great 8) ACCOMMODATION PHOTO'S thread.

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 Post subject: Re: Crocodile Bridge Tents Info Request
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Me too. If you can't get it, no 7 is not that bad either. :whistle:

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 Post subject: Re: Crocodile Bridge Tents Info Request
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Have stayed there twice, number 7 is the better choice. Closer to fence, No 8 where we stayed last time is too close to contractors and caravans.


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 Post subject: Re: Crocodile Bridge Tents Info Request
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Have stayed there twice, number 7 is the better choice. Closer to fence, No 8 where we stayed last time is too close to contractors and caravans.


Good advice. :thumbs_up:

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 Post subject: Re: Crocodile Bridge Tents Info Request
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Nr 7 and 8 are great :thumbs_up:
We stayed @ 7 and absolutely loved it except that we had a scorpion visit us in the tent :tongue:

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 Post subject: Re: Crocodile Bridge Rest Camp
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Hi again everyone.

Not long to go now and so excited.

Staying the first three nights in Croc Bridge bungalow this trip and not sure what to expect although location looks fantastic.
I notice the bungalows face either the bush or river. I imagine each would be as good as the other but thought I would ask anyway, any preferences?

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 Post subject: Re: Crocodile Bridge Rest Camp
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Can anyone advise if the shop has started serving food again ?


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 Post subject: Re: Crocodile Bridge Rest Camp
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In my opinion the "Bush"facing Bungalows ( 9 - 17 ) are the better choice. The River facing Bungalows are great too but across the river are farmlands which detracts from the Kruger Experience. A Pump station on the river is also noisy. It is a Great Camp.

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 Post subject: Re: Crocodile Bridge Rest Camp
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thanks so much vanillamanilla :gflower:

I might try to book a bush facing room then.

That is if I can do it easily otherwise I wont worry too much.
It seems some camps are happy to note your request over the phone, and some like you to email personally.
Will see what happens with Croc Bridge, as I said though not really too worried, just being there will be enough for us. :dance: :dance:

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 Post subject: Re: Crocodile Bridge Rest Camp
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The people of Croc Bridge are very friendly and will help you to the best accom available. Personally, I also think the bush facing ones are the best - don't want to see MENSLAND, only BOSLAND while in Kruger :lol:

Have a wonderful time :mrgreen: :mrgreen:


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