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Talamati Bushveld Camp

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inyanga 1
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Re: Talamati Bushveld Camp

Unread post by inyanga 1 » Fri Jun 10, 2016 11:18 pm

one night is not enough..

we stayed there last month (May 2016) and, apart from an unusually uninformative sunset drive, we didn't leave the camp (actually the hide) for a couple of days. We saw more wildlife at the waterhole than the rest of the week's driving.

one of our favourite and productive camps...
apart from the horrendous corrugations coming from the east (west was better).

Do enjoy
2016 Reis verhaal from Kruger 'Bush' Camps..
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Re: Talamati Bushveld Camp

Unread post by squirrel81 » Sat Jun 11, 2016 3:10 pm

I don't suppose anyone knows whether the GC6E has an enclosed veranda? If so, is it netting or glass? There is now some availability in August, so have provisionally booked a GC6E. Would it be reasonable for 5 adults do you think?


Dear Graham,

Talamati - GC6E is a very nice Bungalow for 4 adults. Like Elza I think the sofa is not very comfortable for an adult person unless its not for a long period.
The verandah is covered but it`s open and the space is much smaller as with the other GC6`s.
I would book a GC6 and a GC4 for 5 adult and would try to get No. them next to each other.
Just in case you did book already GC6E : We like this accommodation much more than the GC6 because the bed rooms are much bigger as well as kitchen and lounge.
- We will stay in GC6E again end of October16 - :thumbs_up: .

Hope this helps,
greetings,
Brigitte

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Re: Talamati Bushveld Camp

Unread post by Tessa G » Sun Jun 12, 2016 5:14 pm

inyanga 1 wrote:one night is not enough..

we stayed there last month (May 2016) and, apart from an unusually uninformative sunset drive, we didn't leave the camp (actually the hide) for a couple of days. We saw more wildlife at the waterhole than the rest of the week's driving.

one of our favourite and productive camps...
apart from the horrendous corrugations coming from the east (west was better).

Do enjoy


Unfortunately we are unable to stay longer than 1 day on this trip. We cancelled 1 night off from Biyamiti to give us this opportunity. Maybe on another trip, but I can imagine that 1 night would definitely not be enough. :thumbs_up:
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