SUN1 Richards Bay

6 White Pear Road, Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 6 White Pear Road, Richards Bay.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Richards Bay

Dog died at Boma

A travel blog entry by africazen on Jun 03, 2014

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... 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

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Left Johannesburg at about 1.15. Bus to plane. Lots of salty snacks on the flight. Arrived Richards Bay at 2.30. Very small airport. Luggage out through hole in wall. Met Vincent and Michelle. I saw a monkey in a tree just out of airport, first animal sighting! They have plantations of Blue Gum, used to make paper. Drove to a town somewhere and due to roadworks went around and around. Stopped at ...

Safari So Good

A travel blog entry by gudell on Apr 11, 2010

2 comments, 11 photos

... 3 across in 3 rows) but they only put 6 into each, so nobody was stuck in the middle. They raced, and I mean raced, us out to the game reserve portion of their property, as night was falling quickly and although we might see animals at night, we would not be able to take good pictures. Before it was too dark, we were able to see a few giraffe, a dead puff adder snake, some birds, a camera shy warthog, and lots and lots of nala (a kind ...

St Lucia Wetlands

A travel blog entry by easygeeze on Jan 31, 2009

7 photos

... load and unload on the move and even drivers shift changes are carried out whilst moving, albeit slowly, the reason being that the engines cannot generate sufficient power to pull the vast amount of wagons from a standing start. We were told that the previous week they had a major derailment which they've only just cleared, it took that long, but there again the train was hauling 400,000 tonnes, can you believe that 400,000 tonnes! Anyway I ...

Richards Bay and the Game Reserve

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

3 comments, 28 photos

... eating habits, they have a pointed mouth designed to eat from trees whereas White Rhinos have square mouths to graze along the grass. As if seeing them wasn't rare enough, the baby of the three had no ears, just holes where they should be, no one we spoke to could give us an explanation of this. Just as we thought we had used up all our luck, my auntie spotted Wild Dog in the bushes. There are only approx. 40 in the 960 sq km ...

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