Zulu Nyala Heritage Safari Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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When we entered the safari lodge gates and immediately saw zebras and giraffes walking around like they owned the place, I knew this was going to be an unbelievable experience. I was right.
The wildlife was everywhere. We had a monkey join us in the restaurant for breakfast. It's not like they did that on purpose, he just broke in and ran …
... been very sparse today we decided to try our luck down here. Baboons, warthogs, male waterbuck, one water buffalo at a tiny marshy pool and a fish eagle. Not so much!
Deciding to call it a day on the way out we saw a group of kudu and a vervet monkey darted across the road.
We went into St Lucia to book a couple of trips and back to the apartment to relax for the afternoon.
A meal out at a fish restaurant tonight to make a change from all the braai ...
... 55357; As we turned for home Theo spotted a honey badger alongside the road on the right hand side. Most of us just had a view of a tail disappearing into the undergrowth. Honey badgers are small mammals and, although their name sounds cute, they are extremely vicious! Arrived back to the flat at 10.30, tired and a bit cold but thoroughly elated! A fantastic drive by a brilliant guide. Many many sightings of nocturnal animals and a leopard ...
... path that was far more treacherous than the paths we drove on in the morning. We soon learned that when Jacques said "hold on" it meant: two hands on the bar in front of the bench, get ready to drive about 50 mph on a rocky uneven path with holes on either side of the tires and to watch for 3" thorn bushes brushing against the vehicle (and your arms if you don't dodge or duck). Jacques had heard a report of another ranger sighting the elephants on what seemed like the other side of ...
It was still raining when we awoke, and indeed it had been pouring all night. We duly breakfasted, loaded the car and headed off by 9am. Driving rain and low cloud made driving difficult, epitomised by a road crash between two police bakkies. However the visibility and weather improved after Pongola and we reached St Lucia soon after 1pm by which time it was hot and sunny. The only bird of note on the journey was a Purple-crested Turaco flying by the roadside ...