Kingfisher Lodge

Address: McKenzie Road, Saint Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal, 3936, South Africa | Lodge
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This lodge is located on McKenzie Road, Saint Lucia.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia

    A Zulu Farewell

    A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne on Jul 31, 2015

    5 comments, 8 photos

    ... for a short while.
    Suited up Blaze and Peter rode into Rorke's Drift on their bikes and I followed in the Toyota to be meet in the grounds of the school by Mr Zulu and the whole primary school with a group of boys from the high school across the road. Pictures were taken and Mr Zulu made a very nice speech thanking us for organizing the donation of the bikes and a gave us a grand farewell from the Zulus of the district. The group of ...

    Hlane to St Lucia (iSimangeliso Wetlands)

    A travel blog entry by bushmantours on Mar 06, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... booked!
    A friend Gunther arrived to spend the night with us and give Bernard a lift home tomorrow as he has to be back home before us. We went for a walk along the boardwalk at the estuary mouth to look for hippo and croc. Hippos and pelicans could be seen far away across the river and a large croc on the nearby bank.
    Later that evening, the men cooked a braai and discussed matters of high importance over several beers whilst Gill read her book and prepared a small ...

    More Great Game Drives

    A travel blog entry by jcastellan on Sep 15, 2014

    84 photos

    ... a variety of animals in the distance. We drove closer and observed four white rhinos that were busy grazing. Behind the rhinos were a few warthogs, also busy grazing as they slowly walked along. On a nearby hill there was a trio of ostriches.

    The area we drove through this afternoon was a relatively flat part of the reserve. The scenery seemed so dry here. On an open plain wildebeests and zebras were eating grass and a herd of impalas crossed the track ...

    Durban & Sani Pass

    A travel blog entry by antoniosmyth on Sep 15, 2014

    24 photos

    ... weeks of magic, all going so smoothly. Took a lot of planning, Shirley in particular making sure we covered as much ground as possible.

    Pack up the car for the final time for the drive back to Durban. Naturally, Shirley has planned a refuelling stop at Hilton where we meet up with her good friend Jenny, a local historian, garden lover, “mother” to a band of Monkeys (we hand-fed them in her garden last time we were here). Lunch is at Nicolson’s Cafe but ...

    Hungry Hungry Hippos

    A travel blog entry by jenny.whinney on May 06, 2014

    50 photos

    ... br> You might think we’re crazy after what I just said about hippos and crocodiles but the next day we went kayaking along the estuary. We saw a huge group of hippos making strange, echoing noises to communicate with each other. We saw one croc – they are slow at this time of year, thankfully, because the winter is cold for them. We also saw 2 Bull Shark fins which we had no idea lived in the area but apparently are very aggressive – so not a kayak ...