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Shingwedzi Rest Camp

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Re: Shingwedzi Rest Camp

Unread post by Grantmissy » Fri Jun 17, 2016 6:19 pm

Squirrel81 we stayed in Rentmeester in 2014 and it was brilliant. I would definately book it. Perhaps someone has a more recent update. Enjoy your visit.
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Re: Shingwedzi Rest Camp

Unread post by bosfeetjie » Sat Jun 18, 2016 7:20 am

RobertT wrote:They are central in camp looking inwards so don't think there is a better number. You could possibly want the one closest ablutions or kitchen?

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Re: Shingwedzi Rest Camp

Unread post by bosfeetjie » Thu Aug 11, 2016 10:45 am

So we are booked for nov in the huts, which unit is the best for SHADE? I don' care if it is furher from bathrooms/kitchen. But shade in front of unit and stoep is a BONUS! Thanks!

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Re: Shingwedzi Rest Camp

Unread post by Elsa » Thu Aug 11, 2016 12:16 pm

As I have only stayed in recent years in #29 the family cottage I can't give you any advice on your query bosfeetjie.

But have a look through the Accommodationd photos for Shingwedzi camp and it might help in the mean time.

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Re: Shingwedzi Rest Camp

Unread post by Albert » Fri Aug 12, 2016 11:26 am

bosfeetjie wrote:So we are booked for nov in the huts, which unit is the best for SHADE? I don' care if it is furher from bathrooms/kitchen. But shade in front of unit and stoep is a BONUS! Thanks!


We frequently stay in the EH3 huts; lately mostly in units 60/61. If memory serves, there are none of the EH3s that are under large trees (no permanent shade); the mopanis in the circle are all about the same distance from the huts. I guess the best would be to figure out where the sun will be in the morning and afternoon and work from there.
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