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  • Bruce, Judy, Justin and Sabre. I am so sorry for not getting back to you sooner. I have no excuse. However, I do want to thank you for the wonderful experience I had while at your place. Your place had to be the highlight of the trip. And thank you for making the cake for my birthday. That was so nice. Also thank you to Justin and Sabre for giving up their Sunday. By now you have probably forgotten who I am. Hello to mamasinna (?spelling) and Thankyou for all the good food. Did your son ever get his papers he needed? Should have stayed in Africa-we've had no spring and its pouring today. Looks like we may not even get a summer. No point in complaining-BUT. Also enjoyed the talks you did in the evenings around the fire. Once again thank you so much.. Regards Linda Lamb
    - Linda Lamb, Canada
Hoedspruit Accommodation
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Useful Travel Links

Here are some useful links to other conservation and travel web sites.
We're featured on SafariBookings.com. SafariBookings is the largest online marketplace for African safari tours
http://www.safaribookings.com/
Situated deep in the Klaserie Game Reserve, part of the Greater Kruger Park's vast wilderness.
http://www.ndzutisafaricamp.com
The Touch a Monkey’s Heart Foundation (TAMHF) sanctuaries - named Monkeyland and Birds of Eden - provide the primates and birds who live here with a stable environment, one with permanence and where there is definitely no exploitation.
http://www.tamhf.org.za
Monkeyland is the world’s first free-roaming, multi-species primate sanctuary. Experienced rangers guide one-hour tours through Monkeyland’s 12ha indigenous forest. Multi-lingual safari guides are available.
http://www.monkeyland.co.za
Birds of Eden is the largest free-flight aviary in the world. The sanctuary is home to over 3,500 birds of around 220 species.
http://www.birdsofeden.co.za
Trackers is situated against the mountains of the Klein Drakensberg, on the North-Eastern Escarpment. Our delightful self-catering chalets look out over the Lowveld towards the Kruger National Park, and across the exit of the Blyde Canyon.
http://www.trackers.co.za