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It looks like the Olifants River in Kruger from the camp view-point - but that is obviously too easy??


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It's Olifants all right, but I think that it may be the view from chalet #13 or #14 8) ?


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Is it the Olifants river from the viewpoint before turning onto the road to take you Olifants camp, just after you cross the bridge? Forget the name of the viewpoint :redface:


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I agree with snor.


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Unread postPosted: Thu May 29, 2008 7:58 pm 
The lookout is called "N'wamanzi", meaning "water" - which there is quite a lot of! :shock:


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I agree with arks , the bend in the river is my reference point .
Or is it N'wamanzi ? The hill to the right is not in the view from N'wamanzi , or is it ?

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N'wamanzi is the one, taken from the less obvious position in the north of the lookout. There is a bit where you can look between the plants, and that's where I took it.

Less difficult that I'd thought.... This one was from my 2006 visit. Let's see if I can find a few more.... :wink:

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Good one guys!!!!! :clap: :clap:


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H4-2 / H5 junction , at Gomondwane waterhole .

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