Zululand Tree Lodge
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... than a minute. As we all sat transfixed in our open jeep, we sat nervously hoping and praying that the lion was still roaring from the safe distance of 20 metres or so that we last saw him !!! It was a chilling and incredible experience. A once in a lifetime experience.
This was not the night that “the lion sleeps tonight”. This was roar power. God made all the creatures, great and small …. but this night, there was no doubting who was still the King of the Jungle. ...
... though. At a small muddy pan, again very low water levels in the area of the reserve, there was a woolly necked stork. A group of female kudu were against the treeline with two giraffe. Further along five giraffe were sheltering under the trees, all youngsters, two very young. Two of them were sitting down, not often seen with giraffe. One was scratching his head on a tree trunk. Near the picnic site there is a large pan, normally filled with reds and ...
... even more beautiful than driving through Imfolozi. There is rhino everywhere, plus more general game. We make our way up to the northern section and take a stop at Hilltop lodge for a coffee and connection to the world with some free wifi! With our phones back on and watches on wrists, we are back in the world of the 24 hour clock! We are not staying in Imfolozi-Hluhluwe park tonight, but driving north to another park, Mkuze to take an evening ...
... This seems a long way but animals are quite visible at long distance, especially with binoculars and zoom lenses! After some inyala, a little further on we were amazed to see two more white rhino lying under a tree just by the roadside. We followed a red duiker along the track and managed to get some pictures, not usually possible with duiker as they are very shy and run away as soon as they hear the car. Travelling further on there were two ...
... 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 ...