The Adventurers and their traveling companions bid a last look at Marataba Trails, getting clocked by some rhinos before stopping at sister lodge and boarding their plan bound for Skukuza airport at Kruger National Park.
Narina Lodge is situated in the southern section of the Sabi Sands. The Lodge is constructed on stilts, above the riverine trees on the banks of the Sabie River. You don’t have to go far to see animals. A giraffe stands guard near the entrance and elephant herds make their way across the river.
Our guide was Simon and a spotter – ours was David – sat on a chair at the front of the safari vehicle.
The big sighting today was Cape Buffalo, because we hadn’t seen any before. But there there was more including an eagle of some kind (need to write these names down), an elephant throwing dirt and a rhino with birds on top.
It never gets boring…