St Lucia Estuary is situated within the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, the springboard for exploring the wonders of the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park.
Cape Vidal falls within the St Lucia Marine Reserve and is situated north-east of St Lucia within the Isimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage Site. This pretty bay is supported by a variety of accommodation set back in the dunes.There are 18 five-bedded
Welcome to Shonalanga Lodge St Lucia - South Africa. We are situated in the heart of St Lucia, a small town in the World Heritage Site. Shonalanga Lodge and Tours is within the proclaimed Greater St Lucia Wetland Park Reserve, the largest lake in Africa.
Twelve luxury thatched chalets are dotted around a magnificent indigenous garden each with its own viewing deck. There are eight two bed chalets, two four bed family chalets with private shower and toilet facilities. In addition there are two ...
Bushlands Game Lodge is centrally situated in Zululand and surrounded by 300 000 acres of National Parks, including Hluhluwe/Umfolozi, Mkuzi, Nduma, Sodwana Bay and St. Lucia.
Guests can enjoy an unrivalled ethnic experience by staying in DumaZulu Lodge which consists of ethnic units resembling the different tribes of Southern Africa on the exterior while the interior is modern and tastefully decorated in ethnic fabrics
Umziki is the Zulu name for the common Reedbuck which occur on this 80ha Natural Heritage Site (no.67) The property has been awarded this prestigious status due to the presence of pristine sand forest habitat and associated endemic plants.
Situated in Hluhluwe area. (1km from entrance gate to False Bay Park, 13km from Hluhluwe town, 30km from Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve).
Sand Forest Lodge is situated on a nature reserve on the edge of an ancient sand forest and lies 1.5km west of False Bay Park - part of the greater St Lucia Wetlands Park
The St Lucia Wetlands are an enormous complex of shallow lakes, dunes, coastal forests and pristine beaches, and are a mecca for fishermen, campers and all nature lovers. The nearby resort town has excellent accommodation and other holiday facilities. The St Lucia Wetlands are an aquatic wonderland of magnificent scenery that carries a whole abundance of plant and animal life. This is made up by a medley of rivers, lakes, mangroves, swamps, grasslands, fresh water pans and sand dunes, and there is a spectacular reef just offshore.
The 38000 hectare Lake St Lucia occupies a large part of the Forest Reserve, which supports the Nile crocodile, hippo, rhino, elephant, buffalo, giraffe, waterbuck, kudu, nyala, impala and many more. Here you have a choice of diving on the reef or exploring miles and miles of pristine beach, sand dunes and coastal forest. The 260000 hectare park is one of the world's most important wetlands. The St Lucia Wetlands park is famous for its bird life, including thousands of water birds such as flamingoes, pelicans, herons, terns, ducks and geese.