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- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Malala Lodge Hluhluwe
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... of TGI Friday!
We have been lucky to see cheetah, giraffes, hippo, zebra and one evening we saw a pair of lions mating, not sure how happy they were with a light flashing on them!! We have also seen lots of Imparla, watt hogs, wilder beast, kudo, crocodiles, Buffolo .
Moved lodges for the last night but to get there we were driving though the reserve for 18k Keith and Linda got a puncture very fortunately the ranger drove up behind us as we had started ...
... though. At a small muddy pan, again very low water levels in the area of the reserve, there was a woolly necked stork. A group of female kudu were against the treeline with two giraffe. Further along five giraffe were sheltering under the trees, all youngsters, two very young. Two of them were sitting down, not often seen with giraffe. One was scratching his head on a tree trunk. Near the picnic site there is a large pan, normally filled with reds and ...
... went for our drive, there was only the three of us so it was a private tour.
This night drive wasn't as interesting as the one we took last week. However we managed to spot a large herd of buffalo, African scrub hares, buck including impala and zebra. There are large areas of iMfolozi that seem empty of game but in reality there is so much space for the animals that you have to be lucky to see them by the roadside. Several nightjars stood on the road flying away as we approached. ...
... a small table and the makings for tea and coffee as well as cookies. It was no dunkin, but I have to say, enjoying a cup of coffee on the African savannah was pretty sweet. Upon returning to the lodge, blown away by the number of different animals we had seen so early in our experience, we ventured to find breakfast. After the braii at the Boma last night, we did not know what to expect for the normal meals. Breakfast was delicious. There was a wide variety of options including ...
... other Snake Eagles but equally obliging.
After a relaxing dip in the swimming pool we headed to the jetty for the boat trip. The light was now awful with heavy cloud and rain, but on the boat we were undercover and dry. As ever the trip was rewarding despite the high water levels. Hippos and Crocodiles were the main purpose of the trip and there were certainly a lot of Hippos. Crocodiles were only seen gliding along ...