What impresses me about Mapungubwe

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mposthumus
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What impresses me about Mapungubwe

Post by mposthumus » Sun May 20, 2012 8:34 am

indlovu wrote:OK, so this makes you two forum angels experts on Mapungubwe. I have never been there, but would love to take a look see. What is that appeals to you about the place. Won't you both post some comments under the Mapungubwe discussion thread. Please, please.
iNdlovu my humble opinion would simply be *oops* it is still raw nature, the scenery is breathtaking (it's like many worlds in one place). Kruger will always be my no 1 favourite place and it will be unfair to compare, it is just well (by lack of words) another one of God's awesome creations

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Re: What impresses me about Mapungubwe

Post by Moggiedog » Sun May 20, 2012 8:35 am

Anyone who has not visited as yet -you are missing a beautiful place. The scenery is awesome the solitude is powerful and it is definitely a place worth its weight in gold.

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Re: What impresses me about Mapungubwe

Post by Bushveld Jock » Sun May 20, 2012 8:35 am

I've just returned from a short visit and started a TR under Other Parks. Maybe we need a special place for TR's on Mapungubwe and not grouped as other parks.

Moggiedog and mpostumus are correct, but your observations will differ when the Limpopo is dry and the veld looks like a semi-desert. It still a great place to visit even after winter and before the first rain so don't get me wrong.

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Re: What impresses me about Mapungubwe

Post by Richprins » Sun May 20, 2012 8:36 am

Does anyone have an email contact in Mapungubwe besides mapungubwe@sanparks.org?

They have ignored my mail that side re cattle...

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