Zulu Nyala Heritage Safari Lodge
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... and the female on Inteban west as he had come through Ipiva gate. In the afternoon without a co-ordinator on board even though we were supposed to be on elephants and without a telemetry set, we headed out to look for these lions instead. We went off the road through a large open patch of grassland towards some trees where we thought they would be sitting in the shade. First we spotted one of the young males, then the other. As normal one got up and hid behind the other. Then to the ...
... got permission to take us to an unoccupied room. Out on there personal deck which included a huge observation deck with a huge round day bed on it and a jacuzzi sunken in, we just caught one of the elephants drinking from it. We had a quick look around the room which was quite luxurious I must say. We then went back to the observation point as they have an ornamental pool which the elephants come and drink from, we were taken down to the library which is on the same level but on ...