Zulu Nyala Heritage Safari Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Neither of us slept very well last night. We were exhausted but the 6 hour time difference was throwing us off. We woke up around 8, showered and packed our bags to head to the airport. We had a 12:10 flight to Durban and planned to get some breakfast at the airport. We were joined by 2 American couples waiting for the airport shuttle as well as an …
... there was a black rhino on the right hand side about 800m away. We cruised back and forth along the road but could not see the black rhino. Black rhino are very seclusive and difficult to see. By the time the guy had told us, the rhino could've have just wandered into the bush a few yards and then be invisible. It's always surprising how close an animal may be but still not be seen. So, no black rhino ��
Groups of impala and nyala were alongside the road. It was ...
... to the jetty for a boat trip on the St Lucia estuary. This is always a lovely trip and today we were on a small boat with only 15 on board. Stopping at family groups of hippo we were able to watch them closely. As it was early evening many were waking up ready to leave the river to feed on the grassland nearby. Hippos stay in the river during the daytime to keep cool and sleep, feeding on land during the night. As they awoke ...
... a camera trap there which needed to be changed. As we pulled up to it a dazzle of Zebra came down the road obviously on their way for a drink at the dam, after studying us for a minute they carried on anyway. We did a quick telemetry check for the lions and cheetahs. The lioness one was coming up with a strange noise which was not her normal sound and it was all around us, but because it had been playing up recently we all decided it was safe. We all got off the truck, Marion and ...
... did not see any, we decided to go and check out all the water holes but on our way there had a flat tyre. We all got out of the truck so the wheel could be changed but there was a problem with the chain which holds the spare tyre underneath the truck. It had come down but would not go back up, so we were there for a while and quite unbelievably one of the new young volunteers got a blanket out of the truck payed it out and laid down on it as though she was in a nice park ...