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  • Anonymous
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    We have returned from a lovely caravan holiday down at Swadini, near Hoedspruit.

    On our way down from Kempton Park we spent one night at the very impressive Kiaat River Bungalows in Hazyview. I do feel sorry for people who visit that area because of all the name changes – we don’t have a GPS and battled a bit and lost our way. The rural people were very helpful and guided us to where we wanted to be.

    The ablution facilities at Kiaat River Bungalow are top class and you are really spoilt, because even in the men’s ablution you have hand towels and hand lotions available. They are kept squeaky clean too. All the sites have bird names and our site was The Purple-headed Loerie.

    From Hazyview we travelled via Acornhoek and Bushbuck Ridge to Swadini. A lot of new malls are being built in those areas and despite all the construction our passage to Swadini went well.

    We were helped at Swadini by excellent staff who put our canopy up for us.

    Swadini has maintained its high standard in so far as the ablution and other facilities are concerned. The management are concerned about “older folk” and we were all invited to a supper of sherry, soup and freshly baked bread.

    What impressed me was that the manager introduced his management team to us and thanked us pensioners for our support of their facility. He also indicated that we would not experience tariff increases for 2019 and they have a sliding scale of tariffs for “long stay” folk.

    Peter Strauber
    Peter Strauber on

    Swadini is indeed special! Just beware of the sudden wind storms that rips awnings.

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