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“Nice and quite lodge”

Phezulu Safari Park
Ranked #12 of 125 things to do in Durban
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed January 5, 2012

We visited Phezulu Safari Park not as an attraction but to stay at the Lodge during New Year Holidays. The Lodge is nice and some of the rooms had been upgraded. They have some self catering chalets with great views! Just 30 minutes from Durban.
Rooms 2 and 3 great for couples.

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Reviewed December 28, 2011

The 'cultural village' is ok, small and not that informative. The dancing was good however. The 'game drive' was good only for the actual drive, quite thrilling at times bumping up and down those steep hills. Little game but the scenery is excellent. The attached crocodile farm is also worth a visit. The drive to Phezulu from Durban and along the old main road makes it a good day out.

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Reviewed December 25, 2011

Fine Zulu cultural show for tourists with restricted time. Not as Zulu's live now, but good exposure of how things were. The presenter and dancers were generous with their time after the show and happy to talk of their lives now for example three were at University one doing law - all thought it important to pass on traditional songs & dances etc - they are right!

2  Thank OscarozW
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Reviewed July 28, 2011

This place offers a crocodile and snake viewing. The guide told interesting facts about the reptiles. However, was it really necessary to hit the crocks with a stick on their nose to get them more active and probably more entertaining?

The guide for the Zulu village spoke strangely. Not sure why. The dance performance combined with a bit of storytelling was the best part. The view into the hilly valet was stunning.

It is probably worthwhile as a taster for people with not much experience of Africa and Zulu culture.

2  Thank zurpher
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Reviewed January 1, 2017
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