I just arrived yesterday at Limpopo Safaris dot com, north of Polokwane, SA. I'm not a very good writter, but will try my best to give a running review as things unfold. Prehunt: Bad news first, my hunt buddy who was supposed to be here did not make it. He was denied boarding at Zurich airport. THis as he didn't have a visa to SA. The European hunt consultant (not the camp owner/operator) informed him he did not need a visa, when evidently he did. So let this be a lesson to all, don't take anybody's word for anything, double check yourself. Travel: The Zurich/Johannesburg flight was uneventful, popped some sleeping pills and slept almost 6hrs of the 10hour flight. Baggage arrived OK, weapons clearance was fine, but a bit slow. I hired a car to take me from Johannesburg to the camp. Drive was about 5.5hours. The Camp: The camp is really a 5 star luxury resort. Everything is great, friendly staff who go out of their way to assist. Delicious food. Impecable living quarters. Large villas with grass roofs. Lounge chairs overlooking the river and the swimming pool. Wifi covering most of the camp. But still with a rustic bush feel.