For overseas tourist our chalets are ideal providing a welcomed "Home from Home" resting place. We book the usual Game Reserve and beach excursions and could fill your holidays with exciting African experiences to remember (beach umbrellas, mats, ... …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
We are located in the main street, on the lake side, away from the busy noisy town centre, still within walking distance to shops etc. Accommodations are set in a natural tranquil garden. …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
If you have a love of the outdoors or love to explore nature and a sense of adventure, St Lucia 14 on 103 McKenzie is the one for you! This 6 sleeper luxurious, self-catering, air-conditioned chalet is perfect for families looking for an active scenic hol …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
Little Eden St Lucia Self Catering Accommodation is a 4 STAR, AA HIGHLY RECOMMENDED quality assured establishment who offers up market and tastefully decorated self catering apartments, nestled onto the verge of the first South Africa World Heritage Site …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
St Lucia Holiday Cottage is your best choice accommodation for visiting St Lucia. Our property borders the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, offering premium views of both sea and lake. Our private holiday home is pure paradise. It is uniquely located... …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
Sleeping 6 people as follows (1 double bed and 4 single beds). A chest freezer is available, a DStv decoder and TV is provided (you need to bring your own smart card - limited availability from letting office on site), the complex is up market ... …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
Affordable and no fuss! Ideal for family and friends seeking a quiet, private and safe setup - well fenced with lots of parking area and space for children to play! …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
The Elephant Lake Inn is located in the town of St Lucia, Kwa Zulu Natal, surrounded by the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africa's first World Heritage Site. St Lucia is 25km from the main N2 route between Durban and Swaziland. …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
The house consists of 4 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. The house is fully air conditioned - the main bedroom is air conditioned, ceiling fan, en-suite with a queen bed, bedroom 2 has a queen bed with air-con. …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
Lidiko Lodge is a TGCSA 4 STAR lodge situated in the village of St Lucia, Zululand, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, surrounded by the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park ("iSimangaliso Wetland Park"), an UNESCO World Heritage Site. …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
Ndiza is a privately owned establishment committed to service and quality as well as dedicated personal attention while hosting guests in beautiful South Africa. You will leave Ndiza with cherished memories and experiences. …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
Flamingo Holiday Flats is situated in St Lucia as part of the isimangaliso / Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park. Flamingo Holiday Flats is within safe walking distance from the numerous restaurants and shops in St. Lucia. …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
The small town of Mtubatuba is situated fifty five kilometers north of
Richards Bay, close to the entrance of the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, making
it an ideal base for exploring the park . The town was established in a region
largely dominated by swampland of reeds and papyrus in 1903 and named after the
local Zulu chief. The town's early years were hampered by flooding. An
additional setback occurred during World War I when a ship carrying essential
parts of what was to be the town's first sugar mill was torpedoed, resulting in
the mill eventually being constructed in 1916 at nearby Riverview.
Mtubatuba has developed a long way from its early days as a humble railway siding into a strong sub-regional commercial, service, transport and administrative centre for the entire North Eastern Zululand region. In the last few years there has been substantial commercial growth in Mtubatuba with retail and wholesale outlets springing up in the region.
A notable venue for unforgettable outdoor family activities is the nearby Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Game reserve,
awesome home of elephants, lion, both rhino species, countless plains game abundant bird life and the typical Zululand flora of thorny scrub and indigenous bush. The Reserve offers interesting 4x4 trails, revealing the secrets of the bushveld. The park also offers a number of self-guided hiking trails which vary in length, and guide books are available for visitors to help them interpret the many points of interest along these trails. There is also a 40 seater boat which takes visitors on guided trips twice a day along Hluhluwe dam, though the water level of the river is sometimes too low for boat trips.
A slightly shorter distance east is the equally but differently charming St Lucia and its accompanying wetlands and eventually the Pacific Ocean, home to countless species of tropical fish. To reach St Lucia from Mtubabtuba, the R618 passes through the magnificent, almost primordial Dukuduku Forest, famous for among other things, its rare tropical butterflies. A walk through the forest takes you to Furululu Lake, with its abundance of ferns, orchids and the water loving hippo.
The nearby beaches of Cape Vidal provide safe swimming areas and an amazing tranquil setting for guests that want to soak up the sun. Due to popularity of deep sea and spear fishing in this area, selected launch site for ski boats have been provided at Cape Vidal's protected bay. There are also a number of guided hiking paths around the fascinating wetlands and the Lake Bhangazi shoreline, not to mention the site of the Dorothea shipwreck which adds to the unique vibe of the area.
Another of the many attractions in the Mtubatuba area is the Dumazulu cultural village, where visitors are able to enjoy an authentic African cultural experience whilst staying in the traditional, ethnic accommodation at Dumazulu Lodge. The village offers visitors a unique and informative glimpse into Zulu traditions including basket-weaving, spear and shield making, beadwork, pot-making, Sangoma bone-throwing and spectacular Zulu dancing.