Zwahili Private Game Lodge & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Zwahili Private Game Lodge & Spa Nylstroom
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... wasn't) we are tapped and a restriction removed. I nestled myself into a comfortable crevice and spent the hour and a half thinking and just relaxing. It was, once the layers started coming off and the heat reducing, very pleasant indeed. For Oscar the Tasmania, however, he missed out on the tapping and spent the entire time sweltering in all his layers. 6 boys failed to last the time, which is bad as the solitaries only get longer throughout the camp, climaxing at a 24 ...
... overall amount of animals was a little disappointing although we came across one swampy area where there were large herds of red letchwe, accompanied by many yellow billed storks, spoonbills, sacred and glossy ibises as well as a few hippos and very large crocs and of course a small group of incredibly contented ellies. The whole scene was how one imagines the garden Eden,ideallic and beautiful. Very acceptable game viewing except ...
... more often !Just saying. The second water crossing seemed unavoidable (OH NOOOO ! said the ladies OHHH YESSSS! said the men) I for one could feel the fear based hysteria building up.Terry and Liz very very bravely volunteered to go first and that was extremely scary to watch.in they went and the front of the car suddenly disappeared under the water,right over the bonnet and then thankfully came up and out the other side. At this point I burst into tears both of relief AND terror ...
... bit of last minute food shopping we went back to Kathy and Rob's and started packing as we wanted to leave as early as possible the following morning.Supper was spatchcocked chicken and a fresh garden salad made by Kathy who was a fabulous,welcoming hostess really putting herself out to accommodate our every need in a very relaxed calm way. A big thank you to both Rob and Kathy for their kind ...
... vet (Pierre) at 3am to go and service an entire herd of Cape Buffalo. 3am! 3AM!!! I don't normally go to bed until 2am! Needless to say I was slightly miffed and basically went straight to bed and got up at 2.30am.
The reason we were up so early was because it was a 500km drive north into the hottest area of the country and it's best to finish before midday or else it gets very hot. We got there at 7am and TB tested, foot trimmed, fertility tested and abscess lanced ...