Zululand Tree Lodge
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... couple of the viewpoints on the cliff overlooking the river. At one there was a white rhino and some impala, at another a white rhino had dug itself into the sand on the bank.
Two more white rhino were visible in the brow of a hill about 80 metres away gradually coming closer to us. At a fork in the road were two white rhino, a mother and calf. Then further along two more close by with another on the hillside. So that was nine white rhino before lunch!
We stopped at a ...
... 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 ...
... that the signs really meant you couldn't sell things directly underneath the signs. We passed many small "villages" that looked very very poor. We were in very rural areas so we are curious as to whether these villages are common for farming areas or are common all over the country. We stopped at a (rare - about every 60km) road stop. Luckily for Dad they had "coke light". Once again we attempted to get into the car on the wrong sides... (We will get this down by ...
... warning she came again, teeth again bared charging directly at us full pace this time Cela after waving his arms ( I am not sure if was in panic or not lol) then he slammed his hand down onto the hooter, this again stopped her in her tracks. She then slunk off down the hill in the thickets. We did not see her cubs which are approx 3 months old, and the sub adult males had also slunk off, she is also their mother. We decided not to follow them. We headed off and decided to check ...
... they would be. Then he got the call that we were allowed to go and see the leopard, as we raced across the reserve we had to make a sudden halt for Nora the 4th cub who was wandering along the road by herself. She is by far the smallest of the 4 and seems to move between her mother and the main pride and her siblings. I think she gets more food when she is with her mother, but she does not look anywhere nearly as healthy as her siblings. Then we got to the leopard it was ...