Ubizane Wildlife Reserve
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... for miles not seeing any animals and wondering why? As we are discussing this we come to a pack of wild dogs. Their fur is black with some brown and a little bit of yellow mixed in. They look like they could tear anything apart. We noticed that one of the dogs has a collar and a little antenna sticking up. I assume it's for tracking. After awhile we leave ...
... far away they were. We would never have seen them if we hadn't been told where to look! We're still counting it as a sighting though!!
We decide to take a look at Centenary Centre, the educational and animal transport centre, located 4km from the park gate. Here, there was an informative exhibition detailing the history of Hluhluwe Game Reserve and animal transportation between parks. If there are animals in ...
... supermarket) probably got lunch but I declined, wasn't hungry anyway. James then drove me to Dumazulu village (they had contacted James as demonstration dance only on at 11am, so missed it). Personal tour of village by Isaac, 19 people actually live there. Isaac taught me some Zulu (told James off for not teaching me on long drive). Met chief who asked if I was married or not. I said in between and he got excited and was about ...
... snack and refreshments. We were surprised that they would provide such a survice during such a short flight and decided that when American flight attendants announce that the flight is too short for refreshments they are really just a little lazy because it can be done. We landed in Durban after trying cheese sandwiches and mini red velvet cakes offered on the plane. Durban is the third largest city in South Africa. The new airport, King Shaka International is situated ...
... between two very large animals who might or might not decide that we were a nuisance. Doggy wisely took the lesser side track and we headed back to camp for lunch.
Doggy headed off home and Chris and I set out again on another circuit and were rewarded by seeing three male Lions right beside the road resting in the afternoon sun. We also saw mobs and mobs of antelope and birds. A wonderful day!Another early start saw good viewings before we headed across ...