Ubizane Wildlife Reserve
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... B at 12:30am and needless to say fell asleep very quickly! Oh! It is true that the hippos roam the town at night. We saw several munching on grass as we approached the B&B. Today, we went on a short game drive in Isimangaliso and also did some sightseeing. We stopped at Mission Rock to look at the Indian Ocean and went to Mission Rock Lookout. In the afternoon, we did our boat tour looking at the hippos. We also saw many types of birds and a couple of small Nile crocodiles. As ...
... we visit South Africa, if we come to this area. Lots of hippo today but few crocs. A Goliath heron, pied and giant kingfishers. As we watched, the giant kingfisher flew down to the water and grabbed a crab in its beak. Also a bird that is very endangered - a quiz for those of you who are birders......(we know!) Through the mangroves we could see a hippo out of the water ready to go and feed for the evening and waterbuck and bushbuck. Lovely relaxing boat trip as ...
... kitchen. So even though dinner is fairly awful, we still have wine, a table, two chairs and candle light to make a nice evening, surrounded by Impala. There are apparently lion close by, so we look with anticipation into the bush for them to wonder into camp, all the time planning our escape route! A cheeky bushbaby clambers from the roof into our kitchen looking for scraps, non left I'm afraid, beans and rice can taste surprisingly good when your ...
An early morning chilly start with a hours drive to Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve. The gates opened at 6 and we were on our way to look for the park wildlife. In the distance a black rhino, a rare sighting in this park. Then giraffes, wort hogs, all sorts of antelope, white rhinos, wildebeests, buffalo, birds and an elephant. The scenery was varied, some areas recently burnt ready for the raining season for the new grass to ...
... saw Hyena that middle man initially called out as Wild Dog. It's like playing flash cards, you never know what comes up next and trying to get brain to process animal before calling out can be a challenge!! Then 2 baby Hyena's (older pups) came out onto the road and were tousling with each other. Saw quite a few Giraffe then a Rhino and her calf. Unfortunately also saw the carcass of a Rhino that had been poached last night, it's whole head was missing and ...