Seasands Lodge and Conference Centre
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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
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... we visit South Africa, if we come to this area. Lots of hippo today but few crocs. A Goliath heron, pied and giant kingfishers. As we watched, the giant kingfisher flew down to the water and grabbed a crab in its beak. Also a bird that is very endangered - a quiz for those of you who are birders......(we know!) Through the mangroves we could see a hippo out of the water ready to go and feed for the evening and waterbuck and bushbuck. Lovely relaxing boat trip as ...
... could see a Goliath heron and two grey herons on a nearby reedbed and many large crocodiles basking in the sun. Walking along the shoreline we watched a pod of hippos on the opposite bank, being very observant in case there were crocs hidden in the reeds. Crocs can move very fast! We were picked up at 7 o'clock for the evening game drive. This took part in the Western Shores part of iSimangeliso Wetland Park. The bush is lit by the headlights ...
Up at 5.50. Had jungle oats and cup of tea in hammock and listened to Lions roaring in valley below. Left at 7am to go into town for our weekly shopping trip. On the way out of the park we saw 4 Rhino in a group together. Then a group of Kudu. The African trees silhouetted in the sunrise look amazing. Mtubatuba the town is very busy and has lots of rubbish lying around. Went to the Rural supply store as Philip had to get a gas fitting but no luck. Pam bought a ...
... 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 ...