Ubizane Wildlife Reserve
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... going from a full day of sun and snorkeling to a visit to the town of St. Lucia, and a shorter visit to the Eastern Shores and Makakatana's private beach. Also, let me say that any time you leave the lodge itself is a game drive (actually, you don't need to leave to see anything, we saw a warthog, african buffalo and zebra so far from our porch). We have been able to see many very cool animals and bird life so far. Much of the larger game ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... OUT of his space. Doggy never hesitated a moment, starting up and slamming into reverse and moving back in a cloud of dust,partly caused by our spinning wheels and partly by to Bull charging at us! He backed off as we made distance between us and we were just relaxing and having a laugh when another Bull started moving rapidly towards us from the other side trumpeting as well. Not a good look. The experienced Doggy decided quite rightly that perhaps we should take ...
... 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 ...