#64 is private because it is next to the guest house fence. See my pic just above in a post of mine. Hard to say which has the best view - I always feel those other side of the restaurant are further away from the river, even if the view is more open
ritad wrote:We planned 3 nights in Letaba, what du you think from the unit 17? How far is this from the restaurant and how loud?
We are still undecided what should we take, but what we know is, with view!
Thank you for your help
Have never had a problem with noise from restaurant and have stayed in units right next to restaurant and over New Years. Have seen complaints about staff noise which is a chance you take if you are in 29 or 30.
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at the picture of the lost tent poles. It really is a trip down memory lane. I can so relate to that.
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RobertT wrote::thumbs_up: I have never seen grass in the camping area, which area of camping part was this? Is this area close to where the CTT4 tents are as that is only area I can think of that might have had grass?
Nope, the tent pic is more 'central', look at the kitchen in the pic behind tent. The other one shows the road behind it. So far from the CTT4 tents.
Some more pics from another of the number of times we camped there when there has been grass. In all the pics (previous and here) I have tried to include 'landmarks' so those who do know the camping area well can see where the pics were taken
Note - not current pics - currently Letaba does not have grass in the camping area.
RobertT wrote::shock: Never seen it like that, some of those pics look like at the old bottom gate? I am generally down that side and never seen it like that. Are you sure you didn't photoshop some green in?
Yip, some are of there - we prefer to camp there if we can get a nice site. I also have drive by videos of the rest of the camping area all lush and green.
And no, no photoshop, scouts honour - you should maybe just visit the park more often
Years ago Letaba always had grass. They used to block of areas to let the grass regrow, but those days are long gone. We have been camping/staying in furnished tents there since early 90's. It still remains one of my favourite camps
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