Zululand Tree Lodge
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... does, she returns to her birthplace to lay her eggs. She uses the vegetation line which is very dark to help guide her up the beach into the sand dunes, and uses the white from the breaking water to guide her back to the beach. On the way out, we had no luck, 22 kilometers and nothing. We took a nice break to look at the stars, have dinner and find out more about the turtles. On our drive back, we saw it! The turtle path! There was a ...
... impala and giraffe but then a treat - a large male kudu with beautiful curled horns. At the Bjehene Hide the ground was very muddy with a little water remaining. When the pan is full it must be a lovely environment for game. Three warthogs came down to wallow in the mud and a large group of impala passed through the area. A couple of Egyptian geese paddled about together with six terrapins. We looped back to camp, passing impala, ...
Awake early and checked out at 7 am to go with a guide to the nearby parks for bird watching. The birds were singing and there were so many different ones, in the tree and on the ground. Great to see them clearly with the binoculars but not easy to photograph without a good lens. Left St Lucia ...
... keep their head up though. They also have one Rhino, 10 years old, whose parents were poached, and hyenas. Saw a Euphorbia that was about 25 years old and others, flowering Aloes that have a Jurassic park feel. Walked through the Fever tree forest, gorgeous. Hamilton has been here for 25 years, reserve is about 1000 hectares. Saw Impala and Nyala. Saw a snail shell, it was huge!! Hamilton laughed when I showed him how big (small) our snails were!!! ...
... power of their trunks. I was glad to see these guys as I guess (imagine or not) they can be hard to spot amongst the green leafy trees that can be found in parts of the reserve. Later in the drive we also saw blue Wildebeest, an African fish eagle, hippos, a crocodile, and giraffes. Our pictures really tell a better story about the game drives. As the sun began to set (around 5:20), Jacques steered the vehicle to the top of one of the hills and parked facing a distant mountain and ...