Zulu Nyala Heritage Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
... and it felt so good to have my skin exposed to the sunlight again. As we were eating, a female Nyala (a deer-like creature) who hangs around the place came right up to the deck, and I was absolutely charmed by her. She made intense eye contact with me and almost looked like she smiled. We stared at each other for about 3 minutes, until my attention was drawn away to the three male elephants out in the distance! What are the chances of an elephant sighting not half an ...
... lilies on the water's edge. As we returned to the main track and followed the Vlei Loop (Vlei means marshland in Afrikaans) two yellow billed kites flew overhead. A scared ibis came very close to the track, obviously eager to pose for a photo! Driving this loop we saw waterbuck, bushbuck, reedbuck with swallows and weaver birds. Passing the Mission Rocks turn we came across two Cape Buffalo standing in the road. We decided not to pass them just take ...
... auction. It was a chilly morning and the sun was just starting to rise when we began our drive. Within the first 15 minutes of our drive we came upon a small herd of zebra. I won't go into detail about every animal we found, but throughout our 2 and a half hour drive we saw buffaloes, warthogs, male and female cheetahs, white rhinos, impalas, and Nyala. Two thirds into the drive, Jacques pulled the safari vehicle into a clearing and informed us that it was safe to get out. He ...
... of underwater reefs which are home to brightly colored fish and corals.
We stayed in the village of Saint Lucia. If you want to view wildlife in Africa you stay in lodges or tents in the parks or preserves, These lodges range in cost from average to very expensive. An alternative is to stay in neighboring villages with good accommodations. Not all parks/preserves have this option.