Zulu Nyala Heritage Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 …
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 …
... to see all the animals before dark. This was a nice surprise to have an afternoon game drive mixed in with the turtle safari. The turtle safari happens deep into Eastern Shores and you can't help but see game on the drive in. Finally! We started to see of the game we had been hoping to see before we left. We started with a hippo grazing in the grass. It is quite something to see them outside of the water, they are deceptively fast, and travel ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...