Zululand Tree Lodge
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- Swimming pool
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... 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, ...
... is larger and less shy than the red duiker. On the way back to the gate via the main track we thought we had seen most game by now, but no. On the right hand side of the road, only about 40 metres away were two white rhino silhouetted against the skyline. We stayed to watch them for quite a while. Great to see there are rhino remaining in this park. Home to the flat then out for dinner to an Italian restaurant with Zulu speaking waitresses. How ...
... 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!!! ...
... very inquisitive. They have such big feet and only 2 toes. 3 were all grey which makes me wonder if what I thought were emus (saw more today) were in fact ? juvenile Ostriches!! Just after I left them they got fed so they were probably hoping for food. Gorgeous grasses, trees and seed pods. Monkey ran up road past me. Workers cycled past me. There is a huge golden orb spider near restaurant. Wine on deck listening to sounds of the African bush. As I write this I can ...
... previously closed due to the high water levels was now open so we took a left turn along this track. Several giraffe were on the hillside, visible but not very close. A grass snake was on the road looking as if it had been attacked by a bird, it was struggling to move.
As we stopped to view zebra Roland noticed a large monitor lizard on the side of the road. Unfortunately it moved too quickly for a photo!
After a cool drink and snack at uBhejane picnic ...