Zululand Tree Lodge
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... in the hills. We parked and we waited to see if they would come down. We didn't have to wait long and here they come. An old lion and his mate. They cross the road in front of us right next to the hood of the car. WOW! I can't believe they are so close!
She finds a nice shady tree next to our car, and he follows her there. We have an X-rated photo
not for the eyes of a young ...
... 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, ...
... Once again I went to the hotel’s restaurant as it is just so convenient to go there and the food is amazing.
I had such a good day today getting up close and personal with such a feared predator was definitely the best part of the trip. I can’t wait until tomorrow to head off to Walker Bay and go help catch some sharks for research. This trip is slowly coming to an end and it only feels like I haven’t been here for that long I love it.
... 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!!! ...
... what all of the foods are that we have been trying here but we take guesses and get seconds if we like them. It works out. The dessert was similar to something we had the night before. It was a warm spice cake with a warm vanilla pudding sauce to top it with. So good! At dinner, we spotted Trevor Shaw, the director of the whole Zulu Nyala group and a known diamond dealer and collector. We walked back to the tent and settled in to sleep for another early morning game drive! 5:45 ...