Hlulala Guest House
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... for our lunch and a drink. From here we could see an elephant on a sandbank in the river and vultures circling overhead, one on the ground near the river.
Perhaps there had been a kill nearby although we couldn't see anything.
The vegetation on the track loops became greener although the pans were still dry. Because of the slightly lusher vegetation there were more buck and wildebeest.
Bernard thought he could see an animal shape like a dog or perhaps a cat, approximately ...
... could see a Goliath heron and two grey herons on a nearby reedbed and many large crocodiles basking in the sun. Walking along the shoreline we watched a pod of hippos on the opposite bank, being very observant in case there were crocs hidden in the reeds. Crocs can move very fast! We were picked up at 7 o'clock for the evening game drive. This took part in the Western Shores part of iSimangeliso Wetland Park. The bush is lit by the headlights ...
... of the 2 weeks I hope). We finally reached the town of Hluhluwe. Zulu Nyala is located 15km outside of town. We drove for what seemed like an hour on a small road until we reached a road leading to the reserve. The GPS directed us to turn on to "Unpaved road". We drove on this winding bumpy dirt road until we reached the heritage lodge and tents where we would be staying for the next two nights. A guard greeted us at the gates and pointed us to the reception. A very ...
Our great adventure has begun, starting in Durban and travelling all the way to Cape Town via various game parks, some cultural stuff and some exciting stuff (white water rafting, ostrich riding, etc!) . Our first experience was a drive around the eastern side of iSimangaliso (a Zulu word for "place of wonders") wetlands park with loads to see, including Wort Hogs, Kudu, Red Duiker ...
... t come true. We then went off to look for the cheetahs and whilst we were very close to them and driving off road we could not see them so we headed back to the lodge for breakfast. At last there has been a water delivery so we hit the shower immediately on our way back we saw one of the power line poles to our place has broken, the line is on the floor and smoking so we are sure it will not be long before we lose power all together. In the afternoon we head off on our last drive, ...