Blue Jay Lodge

Address: 645-647 Blue Jay Lane, Hazyview, Mpumalanga, 1242, South Africa | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 645-647 Blue Jay Lane, Hazyview, is near Shangana Cultural Village.
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      Travel Blogs from Hazyview

      Tracking Mr Cheetah at the Inyata Sabi Sands !

      A travel blog entry by diana2k28 on Jun 08, 2014

      7 photos

      ... a hot water bottle! Mother tied her Tigar pashmina round her head and we were gone! Keith headed out into the bush and it wasn't long before we picked up the tracks uf a cheetah! Weaving in and out we started to follow the tracks to the area which is flat and open which is cheetah country! On the way we saw 4 giraffe munching in the trees ! They seemed a lot bigger than usual and much reder and blacker. Sadly the cheetah ...

      Hazy, Lazy Days of African Summer

      A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Mar 08, 2014

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... s Window. The high elevation provided a view of the endless pine and eucalyptus plantations interspersed with pockets of tangled indigenous jungle. There were pine trees growing everywhere and when a large swath of trees had been felled the space was immediately re-planted with new seedlings. Log trucks were everywhere which probably contributes to the many potholes we constantly have to dodge.

      Our ...

      The Starkey Hearing Foundation

      A travel blog entry by mattcurry77 on Oct 14, 2013

      44 photos

      ... and students showed us around, the schoolrooms, the garden they started and where they had planted tress for shade in the coming years. We helped them plant three more trees then the Mayor of the town and Richard gave a brief speech for the ceremonial opening of the school. We played with the kids, spoke with the teachers and good will was spread around by all. The teachers broke out in traditional song dance for us under the sweltering savanna sun as a way to give thanks ...

      Swasiland

      A travel blog entry by michelleemmel on Oct 08, 2013

      We arrived in the afternoon at our hotel Th Sun International. It was nice but Swasiland nice is no where near to South Africa nice. We crossed into Swasiland from South Africa by land. Once we got to the border we all had to get out of the bus and get our passports stamped to leave South Africa, then walk into Swasiland and get the passport stamped to enter Swasiland. I guess ...

      On to the Kruger via Hazyview, Then Phabeni Gate

      A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Sep 27, 2013

      123 photos

      ... in the park. Giraffe, elephant, hippo, zebra, and the ever present impala as well as our first rhino! Of course, if you have prey the chances of predators does increase. Always on the lookout for that elusive cheetah, leopard, or wild dog to come into view. We drove on from the waterhole and left Jerry and Tom to enjoy and we were going ahead so we could set up our tent.

      Saw ground hornbills making their call and watched them ...