Cuckoo Ridge Bed & Breakfast

Address: R536 Sabie, Hazyview Road, Hazyview, Mpumalanga, 1242, South Africa | B&B
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This B&B is located on R536 Sabie, Hazyview Road, Hazyview.
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        Travel Blogs from Hazyview

        Update from the Bush

        A travel blog entry by worldchickadee on Jan 08, 2014

        3 comments, 13 photos

        ... 8220;zebra”) to the
        poetic (“the girl who lifts her skirts to step over puddles”).
        Nico also owns a lodge in the area and he actually gave us a room for
        the entirety of our stay – for free. As I said, this entire
        community happily opens their hearts and homes to those they count as

        Between all of this running around I was able to spend some time
        at the reserve. Luckily we were here for Christmas ...

        Magoebaskloof To Hazyview and Kruger National Park

        A travel blog entry by patricia1957 on Nov 19, 2013

        13 photos

        ... Vince for all those squat exercises I made it up with ease. :-) That night we had dinner at the Shangana Cultural Village and as far as cultural evenings go this was one of the better ones we've experienced. We had a guided tour of a traditional village and met the Chief and got learn a little about how the Chief chooses his wives. Later in the evening we were entertained with dancing and drumming displays by his ...

        A Lazy Last Day at Hazyview

        A travel blog entry by lisabraz on Mar 09, 2013

        2 comments, 5 photos

        ... picture which is attached.

        We figured while we were out and about that we'd explore the hotel grounds somewhat. The hotel buildings were all situated at the top of a hill, and a large lawn descended from there down into trees in the distance. We made our way downhill but pretty soon got stopped by a very tall electrified fence which enclosed the property. Circling around we stopped at the children's play area and spent a few moments on the teeter-totter ...

        Long Drive, Topped with Elephant Entertainment

        A travel blog entry by lisabraz on Mar 06, 2013

        3 comments, 19 photos

        ... t flawless, but they did well. It was a tad circus-like at that point. They then had a large female come closer where we all gathered near. They went over several facts about the animal such as how its feet were designed to give cushion and support over irregular objects, as well as how the trunk operates and its uses. One annoyance throughout was this interpreter lady who would bark out what was said in Dutch. It wasn't that she was translating but ...

        Finding New Roads

        A travel blog entry by purplebuggy on Jan 07, 2010

        11 photos

        Sightings: 1 Chameleon, 2 Impala (mother and baby), 2 Duiker, Baboons, a weird bird, the dust of a honey badger/ pangolin/ something down a hole.

        Yesterday I had to run a few errands before checking the Eastern Fence Line. This meant running to main gate to let the people hopeful for work here that we'll be trying to contact them next month. Between doing this (there were 2 groups) I went up to Zebra Plains to see if there was anything wildlife-wise – those illusive zebra ...