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VOETSPORE IN SOUTH AFRICA - WEEK 4

(Proudly Sponsored by 4x4 Mega World)

Day 1

We are in the Lapalala Wilderness area.  It is home to the Wilderness school which brings many children into contact with nature.  Also an amazing game reserve.

Day 2

Shortly after sunrise Hermann takes us through the wilderness area of Lapalala Wilderness.  This section of the park is traversed with difficult 4×4 routes.  On route we encounter an elephant obstacle – a tree trunk across the road.  We have to remove it.  The route leads us to a cliff with a beautiful view of the Phalala river.

Day 3

We rise early.  Our first visit is to Mashudu Makhokha, Executive Official of the Lapalala Wilderness School. It is an impressive institution where thousands of children have been introduced to the wonders of nature for more than two decades.  Mashudu and his team do wonderful work.  People trust the initiative to utilise tourism to in exchange pay for education.

Day 4
We travel with the Alma-road in the direction of Marakele. It is a bad road descending along the cliffs of the Waterberg.

At the Marakele National Park we are introduced to the Park Warden.  Like he says –  Marakele is Big Five area and it is only a stone’s throw from Johannesburg.

Day 5

Packing up the campsite takes longer than usual.  There are six vehicles in the convoy.  Our three vehicles plus Johan and Simone, Pierre and the three game rangers.

Shortly after departing we encounter serious 4×4 terrain in low range.  You have to be extra careful not to score the vehicles against the rocks.

Photo Courstesy:  Voetspore 

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VOETSPORE IN SOUTH AFRICA - WEEK 4 (Proudly Sponsored by 4x4 Mega World) Day 1 We are in the Lapalala Wilderness area. It is home to the Wilderness school which brings many children into contact with nature. Also an amazing game reserve. Day 2 Shortly after sunrise Hermann takes us through the wilderness area of Lapalala Wilderness. This section of the park is traversed with difficult 4×4 routes. On route we encounter an elephant obstacle – a tree trunk across the road. We have to remove it. The route leads us to a cliff with a beautiful view of the Phalala river. Day 3 We rise early. Our first visit is to Mashudu Makhokha, Executive Official of the Lapalala Wilderness School. It is an impressive institution where thousands of children have been introduced to the wonders of nature for more than two decades. Mashudu and his team do wonderful work. People trust the initiative to utilise tourism to in exchange pay for education. Day 4 We travel with the Alma-road in the direction of Marakele. It is a bad road descending along the cliffs of the Waterberg. At the Marakele National Park we are introduced to the Park Warden. Like he says – Marakele is Big Five area and it is only a stone’s throw from Johannesburg. Day 5 Packing up the campsite takes longer than usual. There are six vehicles in the convoy. Our three vehicles plus Johan and Simone, Pierre and the three game rangers. Shortly after departing we encounter serious 4×4 terrain in low range. You have to be extra careful not to score the vehicles against the rocks. Photo Courstesy: Voetspore Read More http://ow.ly/CC6h50AuSCo #megaxplore #voetspore #adventureawaits