Day 5 – Wilderness Trail The Nightwatch diary Got up quite early and got ready for the over night wilderness trail. Not going to lie, sounded pretty scary, walking through the bush and then camping over night outside with people taking shifts to keep watch, but it was so cool!!!!! So the walk to the […]
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It seems that these little primates are becoming big fans of the night vision camera! I was standing right in the window with a normal video camera for this one! They’re getting brave!
Whilst the bushbabies love to hang out in our sandforest here in Hluhluwe, they tend to run off at the sight of humans. But now winter is coming and they have suddenly got very confident… Be prepared for regular updates from these cheeky little monkeys!!
For those of you who haven’t found this post via the main website of our Hluhluwe accommodation, this is what you have to look forward to when you book at Umkhumbi Lodge. A walk along a winding path (lit by fairy nights at light) leads to your home from home. And don’t worry about […]
It was with heavy hearts last week that we said goodbye to 8 of our guests who came to Umkhumbi Lodge to film the latest promotional video for Tourism KZN. From Kayaking with crocs, spa treatments, and even jumping off of a football stadium roof – there was plenty to film! Our film stars were: […]
Arriving at Hlane Royal National Park, the Waterhole by the restaurant was like a scene out of the Lion King! Rhino, Hippo, Elephants, Impala, Stork, Ox Peckers and Crocodile, all that was missing was the Giraffe! Another evening drive for Stephanie and Adrian Tonight followed by an early morning mountain bike ride around the park […]
The last full day of their nature tour in South Africa sees Stephanie and Adrian taking to the water once more in St Lucia. Again, these waters contain both Hippos and Crocodiles, but this time Stephanie and Adrian are on Kayaks. Paddling in the waters with Hippos and crocs doesn’t seem like such a good […]
Adrian and Stephanie enjoyed yesterdays full day game drive so much that they’ve decided to go on another one! They’ve clocked the Big 5 – but it would appear that’s not enough, they want to see a Cheetah in the wild and they want black rhino. Good luck!
Well done Adrian! On todays game drive he spotted the first Lion, and before the game ranger! That never happens!! Be proud
Today was a busy day! The morning was spent tickling and feeding elephants… The afternoon was spent having a spot of lunch at Ilala Weavers (and shopping) and then a tour around a local township. And then the last item on the days agenda is a bit of a hardship…. cuddling cheetah!!