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*Crocodile Centre - Live crocodiles and snake displays
 
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*Estuary Cruise - View Hippo's and crocodiles on the cruise
 
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*<do name="Extreme Nature Tours and Safaris" alt="" address="St Lucia Estuary" directions="" phone="+27 (0)82 2575-612" url="http://www.extremenaturetours.co.za" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Turtle Tours, Swim with dolphins, Safaris</do>
 
*St Lucia Wetlands - [[iSimangaliso Wetland Park]] Eco Tour
 
*St Lucia Wetlands - [[iSimangaliso Wetland Park]] Eco Tour
 
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*Whale Watching - Boat based whale watching
 
*Whale Watching - Boat based whale watching
 
*Zulu Cultural Tour - Khula Zulu Village tour
 
*Zulu Cultural Tour - Khula Zulu Village tour
*<do name="Extreme Nature Tours and Safaris" alt="" address="St Lucia Estuary" directions="" phone="0027822575612" url="http://www.extremenaturetours.co.za" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Turtle Tours, Swim with dolphins, Safaris</do>
 
 
  
 
==Buy==
 
==Buy==

Revision as of 16:22, 1 June 2010

The town of St. Lucia, is on the southern tip of iSimangaliso Wetland Park. Many visitors use St. Lucia as their hub because of its close proximity to many attractions in the area.

For other places with the same name, see Saint_Lucia (disambiguation).

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Get in

From Durban - follow the N2 northwards passing by Stanger, Empangeni and Richards Bay. After around 250km turn off the N2 onto the R618 to Mtubatuba. Keep on the R618 and follow the signs to St Lucia - 26km. You will cross the bridge over the St Lucia estuary. Turn right at the T-Junction into McKenzie Road

From Johannesburg - follow the N2 southwards passing by Ermelo, Piet Retief and Pongola. After around 600km turn off the N2 onto the R618 to Mtubatuba. Keep on the R618 and follow the signs to St Lucia - 26km. You will cross the bridge over the St Lucia estuary. Turn right at the T-Junction into McKenzie Road

Get around

See

Do

  • Afrikar - Off-road car self drive experience
  • Big 5 Safari - Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Park
  • Birding - Over 400 species recorded
  • Cape Vidal - Renowned for it's unspoilt beaches and sport fishing
  • Crocodile Centre - Live crocodiles and snake displays
  • Estuary Cruise - View Hippo's and crocodiles on the cruise
  • Extreme Nature Tours and Safaris, St Lucia Estuary, +27 (0)82 2575-612, [1]. Turtle Tours, Swim with dolphins, Safaris
  • St Lucia Wetlands - iSimangaliso Wetland Park Eco Tour
  • Horse Riding - Beach or Safari horse riding
  • Kayak Safari - Kayak amongst Hippo's and Crocs
  • Safari Night Drive - See the African nocturnal wildlife
  • Sport - Golf, bowls, tennis and squash
  • St Lucia Beaches - Sub-tropical blonde beaches
  • Turtle Tour - Leatherback and Loggerhead Turtle nesting
  • Walking Trails - Natural African landscapes and sea shores
  • Whale Watching - Boat based whale watching
  • Zulu Cultural Tour - Khula Zulu Village tour

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

  • Ingwenya Lodge, 163 Hornbill Str, +27 (0)82 782-8172, [2]. checkin: 2PM; checkout: 10AM. Self catering holiday accommodation. From R350.00/unit/day. (28°23'0.89,32°24'45.35)
  • Zulani Guest House B&B, Flamingo Str, +27 (0)35 590-1421 (), [3]. A small, family-run quality four-star Guest House. The owners, Gary & June, reside in an adjoining cottage, and are on hand to provide the "personal hospitality". R385 per person sharing, including breakfast.

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