Zulu Nyala Heritage Safari Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsZulu Nyala Heritage Safari Lodge Hluhluwe
A nice and pleasant place for accessing the Hluhluwe Imfolozi game reserve, St. Lucia and the surrounding estuary and viewing animals on the private property.
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After enduring 35 hours straight of travel I have to say that it wasn't that bad. I can't believe I'm admitting that but the majority of the three flights and car transfer I spent catching up on some much needed sleep! Dubai airport was incredible, luxury cars and stores all throughout the terminal and a giant waterfall in front of elevators that …
About a year ago, Tony and I bid on a week long safari package at a silent auction fundraiser for our niece, Eva. The time has finally come to cash it in! We hopped on a plane to Durban and drove to a private game reserve near Hluhluwe/Imfolozi National Park called Zulu Nyala. As soon as we arrived at Zulu Nyala, named for the Zulu people who have …
... orchestrated for all these Buffalo to be here, at this place, at this very time, just to make our day.
This day and the following day ended with amazing sighting of Cheetahs, more lions and many other amazing creatures, both great and small. But nothing had prepared us for the final curtain of our last night. In the deep deep darkness of this night, and in search for an elusive male lion in this incredible game reserve, through the rays of a red infro light we ...
... for it that doesn't disturb the animals as much, but they didn't want to shine on her too much so that it didn't hurt her chances of successfully making the kill. Sighting any of these animals is a rarity, and sighting all of them in one day is virtually unheard of. When we triumphantly returned from our first (and probably most successful) drive, we were again greeted with drinks and washcloths. Then we again went out to the terrace where we had lunch and sat down ...
... 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 ...