Kwalucia Private Safari Retreat
Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia
... in charge of entering data into databases (just like work!) and ensuring equipment is in the truck. He took us to "The Rock" but as it's outside the camp fence we can only go there with him, there goes my idea of meditation there. Absolutely gorgeous view of river in the base of the valley. Saw Rhino on other side of river. Lunch was a peanut butter and egg sandwiches. Relaxed, read. Got free Wildlife ACT t shirt, no extra small, so I have a ...
Went to visit the new Western Shores part of the iSimangeliso Wetlands Park. A well laid out park but drove around for quite some time before seeing any animals.
After much rain during the last few weeks the vegetation was very lush and the grass high. It was therefore difficult to spot animals,especially the small buck.
... and gender confirmation of the newest and youngest members of the pack. It was easy to love the playful pups, with names like Thunder and Flash and Typhoon, and then by extension to embrace the whole pack. But with attachment comes sadness, too, as over the course of several days our observations confirmed that two pups had disappeared, likely falling prey to hyenas, a cheetah, or perhaps even another rival pack of dogs. There is no place ...
... were called nyala or something like that. The bull is stunning and they have loosely spiralled horns. Onwards and upwards... We found a croc in a stream and then decided to stalk an elephant trail ... Effectively follow their poo and the crashed through broken trees! After some spotting and desperate measures we heard that they were down number 7 track! We could see them in the distance heading up the hill so drove to head them off. At the end of the road a tusk appears out ...
... being told to go to the hospital. When we returned to the clinic later in the afternoon to check up on our patients, a nurse told us that Mkhulu got up and walked out of the clinic so he wouldn't have to go. Mind you this guy is 91 with edema in his legs and can hardly walk. We got in the car and found him sitting on a log beside the road resting. We're not sure how log it took him to walk that quarter of a mile, but he was downright determined to get home. We gave him ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking