Information tagged with ‘Wildlife’
LOVE YOUR HONEYMOON AT LEOPARD WALK LODGE HLUHLUWE, ELEPHANT COAST KWAZULU NATAL
Unwind as body and mind stress ebbs away in your magnificent and absolutely private honeymoon suite with your own exclusiveoutdoor jacuzzi. You will be welcomed with champagne in your expansive glass walled suite, where you will enjoy views into the rare sand forest in the peaceful and safe wildlife sancturay at Leopard Walk Lodge. Read the rest »
“If you wish to make a difference in the world,
this program is ideally suited to you!”
You will be based in the Magnificent area of a World Natural Heritage Site in Suni-Ridge Wildlife Reserve (the reserve that surrounds Leopard Walk Lodge) As a much needed Volunteer you will be reassured that you would direct your participation to that area of concern which inspires you to come to Africa and thus make a positive and significant difference through your efforts. You are invited to choose from a broad scope of concern that is offered in The Suni-Ridge World Natural Heritage Volunteer program, you may also which to gain experience in various areas of operation and you will make the choice:
- Hands on experience with wild animal management – snare patrols, wildlife assessments and wildlife rehab duties.
- Habitat management, trails and identification
- Working with rural Orphans and Junior School children in a secure environment.
- Working with rural Senior School children in the Young Environmental Ambassador Leadership Education Program.
- And more….
- Comfortable accommodation – home from home in Buffalo Thorn Cottage Rooms.
- All meals and refreshments.
- Swimming pool, recreation and excursions
Often rhino with exceptionally long horns are seen during game drives in Hluhluwe Game Reserve. We are able to assist you by arranging game viewing in an open game drive vehicle to Hluhluwe Game Reserve with a qualified guide or you may self drive through the reserve. Read the rest »
Sunday afternoon we found a giraffe kill right next to the road in Hluhluwe Umfolozi Game Reserve.
As we approached it there were people infront of us who were holding hankies over their noses as they were in an open game drive vehicle - Suddenly the wind blew in our direction and we got the smell which was quite overpowering! Read the rest »
Guests seeking deeper meaning to their visit may wish to have close contact and interaction with wildlife. Although little can match the thrill of seeing wild elephants in Hluhluwe Umfolozi Game Reserve, guests are also afforded an opportunity of close contact with 2 mature elephant that were orphaned and hand reared but are now free to range in a private game reserve that is over 2 500 hectares. Read the rest »
During your visit to Leopard Walk Lodge you may wish to experience a wonderful opportunity to view Whales during a sighting boat trip into the Isimangaliso Wetland Park World Natural Heritage Site ocean - You will be in the safe hands of the only legal and licenced whale watching permit holder in Kwa Zulu Natal. Read the rest »
Enjoy one of the most popular activities in our region – a visit to the “Big Five” Hluluwe Game Reserve in an open game drive vehicle with your own well-experienced qualified tour guide who knows the terrain and also where to view the wildlife.
Or you can take along your OWN car and drive through the world-famous Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Wildlife Reserve yourself … the preferred choice for wildlife photographers and independent souls (see the video tips below).
Your visit to Leopard Walk Lodge will bring you to one of South Africa’s most spectacular eco-tourism regions, The Elephant Coast of Zululand, on the North East Coast of South Africa. There are unique opportunities to observe and photograph a wide variety of wild animals and birds.
The Reserve is home to numerous bird species, red data mammal species and other wildlife. Read the rest »
Leopard Walk Lodge is situated in Hluhluwe, on one of South Africa’s most spectacular eco-tourism regions, The Elephant Coast of Zululand, on the North East Coast of South Africa.
Guests looking for somewhere to stay in Hluhluwe can find pristine and unique accommodation at Leopard Walk Lodge.
Enjoy the friendly atmosphere and leave relaxed, happy with your choice … Read the rest »
Leopard Walk Lodge is situated within the Suni-Ridge Sand Forest Park Environmental Rehabilitation Centre, which has been certified by Campaign Against Canned Hunting (CACH) to be non-hunting and ethical in its treatment of its animals.
The hunting industry is a threat to South Africa’s trade and tourism. It tarnishes South Africa’s image and reputation.
Ethical tourists interested in seeing South African wildlife in their natural habitat do not want to take a photograph today of an exquisite wild animal knowing that tomorrow that animal may well be shot. Read the rest »