Monthly Archives for February 2011

Holiday season ahead

March and April are usually busy months – not only because of the public holidays. The Human Rights Day, on the 21.March, falls on a Monday and lots of South Africans will use the long weekend to visit the Kruger National Park, the Blyde River Canyon or do some of the other activities, Hazyview has ... Read more...

Kruger National Park: Phabeni Gate

Dreamfields Guesthouse is close to 3 entrance gates to the Kruger National Park. The closest gate is Phabeni Gate, which is still called “the new gate”. Phabeni is already open to the public since December 2002, and offers an easy access to the entire southern region. Phabeni Gate is situated 10 km east of Dreamfields ... Read more...

Best season to visit the Kruger National Park

Many guests of Dreamfields Guesthouse ask about the best season to visit the Kruger National Park. It depends, although many people will tell you that the dry season is best for game viewing, this is not necessarily the case. Both wet and dry seasons have advantages and disadvantages: Dry season (May-October) The dry season in ... Read more...

Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport

Most of our international guests arrive and/or leave from Johannesburg, OR Tambo International Airport, and drive the 400 km to Dreamfields Guesthouse, Hazyview. The first 200 km of that trip are not very interesting but after that it is a really scenic drive. Many guests use the Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA) also know as ... Read more...

What an experience

After our visit to Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre last week we took the chance and went to see Jessica the hippo. We were not sure about what to expect, but it was a fantastic experience! Jessica is 11 years old now and still loves beetroot and sugared tea. To feet and touch the most dangerous animal ... Read more...

 

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