Protea Hotel Richards Bay

Cnr Davidson & Launder Lanes, Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal, 3901, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Cnr Davidson & Launder Lanes, Richards Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Richards Bay

    Dog died at Boma

    A travel blog entry by africazen on Jun 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... off camera trap box to Lisa. Checked curio shop again. Went up to big hill and scanned for dogs, got quite a few. Philip got word that one of the dogs in the boma had died. It had ? Tried to get out and another animal had attacked and killed it. Back to camp around 10am. Saw Zebra, Wildebeest, Giraffe and others. Egg and bacon roll for lunch. Cleaned spice shelf. Philip had gone off to help with dead dog at boma. Reading and relaxing. Got wifi but didn't know password ...

    Arrived iMfolozi

    A travel blog entry by africazen on May 26, 2014

    7 photos

    ... met Axel Pinner. Pam and Lynn from Pennsylvania with me at iMfoloze. Axel drove and we all sat in back of ute. Stopped to do shopping, I pushed trolley while Axel filled it. I bought essentials like chocolate, tea and wine. Along drive, so many people walking along roadside and through land, always smiling and waving. Got to Park gate~ 1640. I spotted 2 rhino in a river bed, saw an African ...

    Safari So Good

    A travel blog entry by gudell on Apr 11, 2010

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... the authentic zulu dinner and show. Huge letdown folks. They had a bbq with steak, chicken and lamb chops (at least they could have had some nala), a bunch of chaffing dishes with standard fare and some salads. The only food item that appeared to be local was a ground maize dish that looked a lot like grits. Who would have thought that the Zulu would have a staple dish that is also a staple in the US south. Yet more evidence to support ...

    St Lucia Wetlands

    A travel blog entry by easygeeze on Jan 31, 2009

    7 photos

    ... we're off to the St Lucia Wetlands for a river trip along lake St Lucia home to crocs, hippos, reef sharks, and all manner of birds & animals. It's a blistering hot day even on the river so we elected to stay below under the canopy; it's all open so there's plenty of breeze and unrestricted access for taking photos. We'd only been left the landing stage for 3 minutes when the cry went up "handbag overboard" some geriatric upstairs had put ...

    Richards Bay and the Game Reserve

    A travel blog entry by stephen.j.booth on Jan 31, 2009

    3 comments, 28 photos

    ... a privilege! It could take ten years to see them if you came every weekend. We could tell by the way they hurriedly ran along the clearings that they were hungry and when they did come across a herd of Wildebeest they had every intention of taking a calf. The Wildebeest stood tall; a group of three protected the young while the rest charged at the dogs (in a sadist way, I would have loved to have seen a kill, real African action). ...