Phumulani Lodge

Numbi Gate Road, Hazyview, Mpumalanga, 1242, South Africa | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Hazyview

Oct 18-22 Kruger trip - Advertising blurb told me-

A travel blog entry by lroff


" On this Safari we spend the first 2 nights at the 4 star Phumulani Lodge situated at the Numbi Gate of the Kruger Park. The lodge consists of 17 en-suite, luxury, thatched bungalows with private verandas. The main lodge building and pool deck have great views of the valley below and comprise a reception area, a bar and a fabulous restaurant …

Magoebaskloof To Hazyview and Kruger National Park

A travel blog entry by patricia1957


... Yes 25!! Fantastic entertainment followed by a traditional meal of chicken stew, maize meal or pap, coleslaw (not what they call it) a green salad, pumpkin and maize bread all very tasty. We were honoured when the Chief came and shared his meal with us and through our interpreter guide we learnt a little more about him. He was quite fascinated that we were all traveling through South Africa on motorcycles - even the ...

The Amazing people on the trip!

A travel blog entry by mattcurry77


... got to witness his brilliance on the last day when our group made a quilt. Andrew has quick wit and keen knowledge of birds, his specialty when painting. Andrew is a gentle person who is genuine, smart and talented.

Dr. Oliver Ragg—Olly, as he prefers to be called is a cheery old bloke (I just wanted to use that word!), not really that old, HA! He is a riot, after you get to know him. Olly has a PhD in physics and engineering and according to him “spent far too long ...

Dinner with Richard Branson and Safari #2

A travel blog entry by mattcurry77


... a bit and checked out and watched the rest of the 20 or 25 baboons as they scattered among the many impalas. I asked Ryan why the rest of the impala weren't running away getting away from the obviously dangerous baboons and he said in seven years rangering safaris he has never seen a baboon take an impala. They just aren't natural competitors, they normally hang out together and are quite communal with each other. Richard agreed with this saying he has ...

A Lazy Last Day at Hazyview

A travel blog entry by lisabraz


... chilled, so we just lazed around and periodically put our feet in when we couldn't take the heat anymore.

One thing of note was a large tree near our chairs. Within the branches hung dozens of weaver finch nests. The birds themselves have bright yellow bodies and black markings on their wings. They intricately weave their nests, which are somewhat tear-drop in shape, with various plant materials, adding a sharply downward pointing tube-like entrance/exit ...


This lodge, located on Numbi Gate Road, Hazyview, is near Shangana Cultural Village.
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