Well we arrived in our little toyota and were greeted with the biggest smile in africa yet. it belonged to Lucy. We were walked into the main entrance of the logde to the bar and relaxing area were we met the owner of the logde Neill. A flattering welcome was given and all the parts of the logde were explained. Eddie (one of the tracker's and such a nice guy) took our bags to the "tent" which was so much more than that. (Melanie, Neill's partner in crime did a stunning job on these). We had a shower and toilet just out of the tent but still attached and let me tell you taking a shower while still be able to see out into the reserve is something special!
Once you have unpacked lunch was served and the standard of food should be easly given 5 stars, then you are off to your game drive. Now being South African myself with 3 Irish guys i knew what was to come, but they take it a step further and will find you what you want. Even if it means tracking a cheetah for 4 hours. (thank you Gavin, the best ranger i have ever had, sorry Neill)
In the long run I could type about 4 more pages and still not justify the amount of fun and the awesome experience we had. You feel accomadated all the time and the beauty of it is you have wild life all around you, kudo and buck just roam right through the lodge. (we were fortunate enough not to have and big cats do that) ;)
So this is more of a thank you to KwaMbili than a review as i would just simply say go and experience what we did first hand cause you will not forget your time there. oh and the last thing is try spend 4 nights cause you will definately want to after just being there for one.
So thank you to KwaMbili and may everyone have the experience that we did!!
We will be returning in 2012 with so many more friends that cant wait for the thrill and quality that you get.
Ronnie, Dan, Kevin, Eoin