Gooderson Bushlands Game Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Hluhluwe
... some scrubby trees from the hot sun. With camera’s whirring and clicking at every flinch and blink of an eye, suddenly out came Crissie new “selfie stick” …… I was shocked. Ohhhh no I thought …. Not one of my daughters caving into this new craze of selfie stick photo’s all over Instagram and Facebook as I posed for the first of many group family photos’ !!! But by the time the elephants came into view and another ...
... minutes to the Phinda Rock Lodge. On the drive over, we looked around us and thought to ourselves: "Hey! We are on safari in the planes of Africa!" The roads only existed because the tires of many trucks had driven the same paths over the years, and the terrain was rough and bumpy. We all thought that it felt exactly like the safari ride at Disney World- except this was real. It was absolutely surreal. When we pulled up to the Rock Lodge, we were greeted by John, ...
... the park we saw two separate herds of Elephant, about twenty in each herd. The perfect start to the days drive! Since the last time we were here it is noticeable that there is very little water around. This part of South Africa had very little rainfall during the rainy season (October to February) and most of the waterholes and rivers are now empty. While driving along the road to Ungalondi, which is close to the ...
... there was a black rhino on the right hand side about 800m away. We cruised back and forth along the road but could not see the black rhino. Black rhino are very seclusive and difficult to see. By the time the guy had told us, the rhino could've have just wandered into the bush a few yards and then be invisible. It's always surprising how close an animal may be but still not be seen. So, no black rhino ��
Groups of impala and nyala were alongside the road. It was ...
... pay the correct amount. We mastered this about 3 toll plazas down the road. In case you were wondering we did rent a GPS from Avis and were using that for nav. However at one point our GPS somehow got off track and we had to manually reroute. An additional challenge we faced once the main highway (the N2) turned into a 2 lane road (with the same aprox 75mph speed limit) was dodging people either hitchhiking/waiting for the bus, people selling food or goods in the road, ...