Kwalucia Private Safari Retreat

Address: 17 Katonkel Av, Saint Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal, 3936, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 17 Katonkel Av, Saint Lucia.
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  • Swimming pool


  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Free parking


  • Room service
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Business Services

TripAdvisor Reviews Kwalucia Private Safari Retreat Saint Lucia

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Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia

Charged by Rhino!

A travel blog entry by africazen on May 28, 2014

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... Drove looking for Lion, Cheetah or Leopard. Didn't find them. Saw Rhino, Giraffe, Antelope. Got signal for Lion but it was in the reeds by the river. Saw Crocodile in river. Saw a few Rhino, Axel getting frustrated!! Started counting Rhino and said we'd see 20 tonight, only got 6 and the last one did a mock charge at us, Axel reversed very quickly!! Back to camp around 5pm. Cooked up roast vegies and ...

Game driving & night drive at iSimangaliso Wetland

A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon on Mar 09, 2014

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... up to Mission Rocks in iSimangaliso Reserve. As we drove through there seemed more animals about and indeed a family party of Kudu by the roadside were excellent for photos.

At Mission Rocks the tide was a lot further in than on our visiton a previous trip. The sum total of birds was 2 very distant offshore immature Gannets. However just beyond the main swell we caught glimpses of a Hump-backed Whale feeding. On the journey back we saw ...

Staring at Lions

A travel blog entry by another-sky on Dec 05, 2013

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... cats of all species are very good at staring contests and lions are no exception. Staring down a lion was a bit unnerving. Lion eyes are deep, and yellow, and hypnotic... more than once I felt an involuntary raising of the hair on the back of my neck as our eyes met. It was hard to turn away from that ominous gaze, caught as I was in a sort of primal trance. Honestly, I have never been a cat person and I find even the domestic variety to be aloof ...

Day 12 - Nature trail walks

A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 15, 2013

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... of Castle and a cheese toastie and chips, whilst looking out over the estuary, but from behind the safety of a fence. After 2 hours we checked into our guesthouse, Marlin Lodge, for the night. The rooms are nice but the rest of the house is quite cluttered. Jackie didn't care, she was made up because they had 2 sausage dogs, presumably they are not killers! As the sun went down, the wind started to get up. I have been wearing my 'adventure sandals' since day ...

Day 9 &10 - Vertigo!

A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 13, 2013

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... He demanded we hand over our passports, then he directed us to park the car and return to him. We were now fearing the worst, Jackie had driven through a stop sign and we weren't insured, could this mean a hefty fine or even imprisonment! Where was my police warrant card when we neede it? Upon returning to the guard, we were marched, like naughty schoolchildren, to a building about 100 metres away. When I say marched, I staggered behind. To our relief ...