St. Lucia Wetlands Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the days have been bright and sunny Left at 3 for afternoon work. Did camera traps. Went into the "wilderness". This was on the south western side of the park, followed fence. Saw 2 guys in uniform on some rocks overlooking fence, probably watching for poachers. I made tuna casserole for dinner. No plain flour but packet white sauce, used cauliflower instead of celery, worked out quite nice. Muesli rusks for ...
... near them. We also rode along the beach to begin with and into the estuary where we saw a "small" crocodile at about 2m long. My horse Mapalan was so naughty and bit and kicked a lot of the horses (a bit of rodeo riding for me!).
Cape Vidal is part of the isamangalsio park and we went for some more snorkelling. This time we saw rays and crayfish as well as all sorts of bright coloured, striped and spotted fish. On our drive out of the park we saw 2 ...
... the actual bridge only 50 yards upstream) and a family of prehistoric looking Trumpeter Hornbills were around the garden.
After breakfast we headed out to explore the recently opened Western Shores part of the iSimangaliso reserve via the Dukuduku Gate. Initially it was almost devoid of animals as we only found a few Reedbuck and Waterbuck. The recent rain had left the grassland very wet and ...
... We have all seen elephants in one place or another, but why is it still so exciting to see them in the wild! We certainly are, and so close we were. Watching one in the waterhole, drinking, splashing, spraying etc. such a magnificent creature! We ended our day here with a river cruise to watch hippos, although we have already seen 2 last night on our way to dinner! We leave here tomorrow and will be travelling north along the coast before crossing into ...
... hide with some serious birders inside. We didn't stay long because Jackie found it difficult to stay quiet. We also came across a herd of 'black' zebra, they had evidently been rolling in the burnt grasses. We finally arrived at Cape Vidal where we were shocked to discover a coach load of school kids, but we shouldn't have worried because the beach was long and very wide backing on to vast sand dunes. Nice, but didn't rate as one of ...