Amakhosi Safari Lodge

Address: Vergelegen Farm, Pongola, KwaZulu-Natal, 3170, South Africa | 5 star lodge
 
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This 5 star lodge is located on Vergelegen Farm, Pongola.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAmakhosi Safari Lodge Pongola

      Reviewed by prieststrip

      A real gem

      Reviewed Apr 11, 2012
      by (6 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      What a fantastic experience. From the moment we drove through the gates to the time of leaving. We were there with four children under ten and everyone had such a wonderful time. In addition to seeing the Big Five, we followed four Cheetahs on a mission to kill, watch giraffes eat Hyena bones and were surrounded by twenty elephants. We stayed at the Villa and relaxed watching the wild life drinking at the river below us. The food was delicious, service of a high standard. Any negatives - yep we weren't there long enough.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Amakhosi Safari Lodge Pongola

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      Travel Blogs from Pongola

      Africa - Pongola

      A travel blog entry by kas19 on Nov 10, 2014

      After a leisurely sleep in to 7:30 AM we packed our bags said goodbye to our bush paradise and headed towards the Dolphin Coast in hopes of some beach time. We arrived along the shores of the Dolphin Coast around 1 PM. The Indian Ocean greeted us with substantial waves crashing against the sandy beaches. Looking out on the open water we observed a substantial amount of cargo ships floating in ...

      Game driving at iSimangaliso Reserve

      A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon on Mar 07, 2014

      4 photos

      ... the actual bridge only 50 yards upstream) and a family of prehistoric looking Trumpeter Hornbills were around the garden.

      After breakfast we headed out to explore the recently opened Western Shores part of the iSimangaliso reserve via the Dukuduku Gate. Initially it was almost devoid of animals as we only found a few Reedbuck and Waterbuck. The recent rain had left the grassland very wet and ...

      Week 11

      A travel blog entry by christie68 on Feb 08, 2014

      18 photos

      ... muffins and coffee before hitting the shower. This week I am lead volunteer and conservation journalist, so as we had RTP for most of the day I did my report and mailed it to the staff. Paul has got the week off the jobs, but after producing the map of Mduna with all the new roads on it! the management had taken it to a meeting with the Thanda management who loved it and asked if they could get him to insert a grid over the top. This is because currently the Thanda guides do ...

      Week 9

      A travel blog entry by christie68 on Jan 25, 2014

      16 photos

      ... 2 of the cubs from last night, they are laying in the road and are some distance from where we had left them. Whilst driving our route we see Tyella he looks like he has a limp and a bit of a swollen eye, but he is moving around and is right next to many impala and wildebeest who do not seem distracted by his presence. We then hear on the radio that Skhondla khondla and some females have killed a wildebeest right outside our lodge fence, as much as we want to rush back ...

      Attacked by Monkeys

      A travel blog entry by jcastellan on Nov 23, 2012

      ... Daleen and I then had breakfast. By now the sun had gone and it was grey and overcast again. This was so unfair- here we were on a great beach and it wasn’t swimming weather.

      I sat on the balcony for a bit and did some reading as I could hear the sound of the ocean. At about 10:30 I went for a long walk along the beach. I really enjoyed my walk – the peace, quiet and fresh air.

      On my return I spotted a monkey in the driveway eating ...