Zulu Nyala Heritage Safari Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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 …
... two more white rhino on the hillside a few metres from the road and one crossing the road in front of us. Whilst having our breakfast brunch two warthog wandered through the camp digging in the earth. Warthogs are like wild boar or pigs digging and searching in the earth for roots, insects and grubs. As Mphafa Hide was such a lovely setting yesterday we revisited it today. Many bee eaters were gathering in the pools that had formed ...
... towards the Mafazana Hide we passed a large herd of Cape buffalo and four male kudu. Mafazana Hide looks out over a large pan but today there was very little water. This left a large open area of fresh short grass, ideal for the bushbuck and reedbuck grazing there. A pair of Egyptian geese and a jacana were on the small area of water on the opposite side of the grassland. Quite often the Dune Loop doesn't yield any game but today there were small herds ...
... at 3.10. Welcomed by Natascha. Cloth on arrival to wash hands and a hot chocolate. Paperwork then shown to room (no. 7). Absolutely gorgeous!! So nice I wanted to cry. This is just what I need. Luxurious tree house (house on stilts) overlooking Fever tree forest. Peaceful, beautiful and divine!! Beautiful deck. Trees (called Fever trees after the British used them to treat malaria) have an amazing green bark (a pale ogre colour is the only way I can describe them). Then ...
... the main road.
Continuing on, we came across a classic African scene with zebra, wiildebeest and impala on both sides of the road. Looking to our left we saw a male white rhino together with a younger male one, very close to us. We stopped the car and waited and were rewarded with the rhinos crossing the road directly in front of us. We retraced our route back towards the gate and looking to our left noticed the four rhino had moved closer to the ...