Protea Hotel Empangeni

Address: 64 Turnbull Street, Empangeni, KwaZulu-Natal, 3935, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 64 Turnbull Street, Empangeni, is near Gateway Theater of Shopping.
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      Travel Blogs from Empangeni

      Western Shores

      A travel blog entry by bushmantours on Nov 01, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... It has been good visiting in early Spring as we have seen many young animals born this year. Small young zebras are especially appealing! We stopped the car and watched this scene for a long time. We followed the Kwelezintombi Pan loop and stopping at the pan saw hippos and woolly necked stork. A family of warthogs were running around at the edge of the pan. After coffee and rusks (South African biscuit to dunk in coffee) we drove out of ...

      Eastern Shores

      A travel blog entry by bushmantours on Oct 31, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... towards the Mafazana Hide we passed a large herd of Cape buffalo and four male kudu. Mafazana Hide looks out over a large pan but today there was very little water. This left a large open area of fresh short grass, ideal for the bushbuck and reedbuck grazing there. A pair of Egyptian geese and a jacana were on the small area of water on the opposite side of the grassland. Quite often the Dune Loop doesn't yield any game but today there were small herds ...

      St Lucia

      A travel blog entry by bushmantours on Oct 30, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... spotlights held by willing volunteers on either side of the vehicle. The animals are normally visible by their reflected eyes in the lights. Buck are easy to see as their eyes are relatively large - waterbuck, reedbuck, bushbuck and grey duiker were on the grasslands. Impala are not seen in this area of the park as they do not like the wetter grassland found here. Wildebeest, zebra, buffalo and warthog were readily visible and identified by their shape. ...

      Last full day at iMfolozi!

      A travel blog entry by africazen on Jun 08, 2014

      11 photos

      ... from Philip. Discussed cameras and lenses and wildlife photography. Did washing. Washed windproof jacket, dried quicker than trousers. Went down to The rock with Philip and took photos. Washed car. Impala blood not good for luggage or for new volunteers tomorrow. Ute spotless. Philip and Antoine went to rock. Put data into laptop. I joined them after data entry. Philip offered to Braii chicken. I did carrots, potato wedges, butternut pumpkin and onion in oven. Bed ...

      Panthera camera traps

      A travel blog entry by africazen on May 31, 2014

      4 photos

      ... the 3rd one away. Axel chased Scrub Hare along road. Got back to camp around 6.30. Got fire going, Axel laughed at me starting fire without fire lighters! He didn't give me time to prove myself. Then used Briquettes. Axel cooked chicken on the Braii (South African BBQ but over coals) (in oven first then on grill which looked like a small bed frame!), had potatoes in foil and Lynn made salad. Very nice. Muffins for ...