Lake St Lucia Lodge

St. Lucia Village, Saint Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa | Ranch
Prices starting from $58.00
 

Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia

Glamping

A travel blog entry by nrosenlieb

3

... in the shade. The weather was beautiful; sunny and near 80. We opted to change and sit outside our tent on our "verandah". Dad read and I worked on this blog. Impala and Nyala also grazed in the grass in front of our tent. I realize that I have neglected to explain the tent situation. The tent can hardly be called a tent and as one of my classmates called it, we are "glamping". The tent is modeled after Hemingway style tents. It has two cement walls and two treated canvas walls ...

Ilala Weavers via iSimangaliso

A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon

3

... or mud for waders with the water lapping against the grass. A muddy area inshore was quite productive for birds with two firsts for the trip of Black-winged Stilt, and Little Egret. Also present were 3 Yellow-billed Storks, one adult, which I photographed, Grey Herons, Red-billed Teal, Yellow-billed Duck and a Long-crested Eagle. A huge eagle flew from a dead tree as we reached the parking spot, I followed across the bay where it flew round ...

Ithala Game Reserve to St Lucia

A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon

5

... species to the trip list with quite a European flavour : Curlew Sandpiper, Little Stint, Ringed Plover, Purple Heron and Sandwich Tern. However there were other good African birds :- Blue-cheeked Bee-eater, and Pink-backed Pelican to name but two.

Back at the apartment, frustratingly a Tinkerbird was calling repeatedly and loudly from a tree directly in front of apartment but I could not see it. Hippos were grunting well by the jetty in front of rooms.
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Week 11

A travel blog entry by christie68

18

... towards our truck, then one of the big bulls mocked us to make us retreat and give them a bit more space. He then decided to walk very slowly down the road ahead of us giving the rest of the herd plenty of space. The bulls of this herd are so very protective of them and always on there flanks. It is nice to see. We also managed to get photos of black rhino, impala and zebra pooh. When we got back I spent the rest of the morning making the scat chart for my animal track booklet. ...

Week 8

A travel blog entry by christie68

15

... tried to get there from the nearest side to the lodge, but no road so we had to drive about 15k round the hills and up a hill, they were right near us but we could not see them, then on the same hill we saw those pesky Mduna elephants heading towards the road ahead of us, so we drove to where they would cross and there they were. They seemed quite calm as we sat silent watching them engine off, then the elephant research truck arrived and we all sat silently for another 10 ...

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