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  • St Lucia: iSimangaliso Wetland Park: Full-Day/Half-Day Tour

    1. St Lucia: iSimangaliso Wetland Park: Full-Day/Half-Day Tour

    Enjoy an open game drive safari in South Africa's first UNESCO World Heritage Site. Start with pickup from St Lucia or Durban, and after a brief introduction, enter the iSimangaliso Wetland Park. While on safari, enjoy the spectacular natural beauty of the park as you explore numerous loop roads, outcrops, and lookout points. With knowledgeable and experienced guides, discover an abundance of wildlife species in the park. Search for Africa's Big 5 game animals: lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and Cape buffalo. Spot other animals such as waterbuck, impala, wildebeest, zebra, warthog, reedbuck, chameleon, giraffe, and hyena. Enjoy a stop at Cape Vidal, a protected bay and beach area. Take some time for snorkeling or swimming in the waters surrounding this resort destination, and enjoy some lunch on site. See the highest vegetative dunes on the African continent and enjoy plenty of s...

  • St Lucia: Whale Watching Tour in KwaZulu-Natal

    2. St Lucia: Whale Watching Tour in KwaZulu-Natal

    Your whale watching adventure begins at the beach where your boat pushes through the rough surf to reach the open waters, the home of the whales. As you travel out along the coastline, learn about how humpback whales migrate to this stretch of coastline every year to breed and birth their calves in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Sail along the waves that trace the coastline and admire these giant creatures in their natural habitat. Watch in awe as they jump out of the water, splash about, and spurt water into the air. While you look for whales, listen to fascinating commentary from the onboard marine mammal guide and learn about these majestic animals. During the trip there’s also the opportunity to spot other native wildlife to the region. Keep an eye out for birds flying above the boat as well as dolphins frolicking in the waves that break against the bow. There’s also the chan...

    That was excellent, I really enjoyed every moment of it. i so wished it was whole day event

  • St. Lucia: Cape Vidal Snorkeling Adventure

    3. St. Lucia: Cape Vidal Snorkeling Adventure

    Meet your friendly instructors in Cape Vidal, just an hour drive through iSimangaliso Wetland Park from St. Lucia. The park is a protected area that runs along the coast of South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal Provice, and is home to an abundance of hippos, crocodiles, penguins, flamingos, elephants, giraffes, and leopards, spanning across the various landscapes. The adventure begins with a safety briefing on the beach and time to get kitted out with all the snorkel gear. Next, head into the water for a 1 to 1.5-hour exploration of Cape Vidal’s underwater world. Follow your instructor as you go in search of marine life, with the opportunity to see stingrays, octopus, butterfly fish, sturgeon fish, and many more. By the end of the trip, you will have spotted around 50 different species of fish. Back on dry land, warm up with a cup of tea, coffee, or hot chocolate as you page through the fascina...

  • Cape Vidal: Full-day Snorkeling Safari

    4. Cape Vidal: Full-day Snorkeling Safari

    After pickup from your accommodations, your guide will take you on a safari drive in iSimangaliso Wetland Park. You'll have the chance to see many animals in their natural habitat including elephants, hippos, rhinos, hyenas, buffalos, zebras, wildebeest, antelopes, chameleons and if you're lucky, perhaps a leopard. Then head to the beach for 2 hours of snorkeling and discover over 50 different species of fish. If you're not a keen snorkeler, you can enjoy the beach on your own or go for a little birdwatching walk on the forest dunes of Cape Vidal with another guide. Your tour is conducted in a laid-back, yet professional manner and includes breakfast and a delicious African braai lunch.

    This was a great experience both on land and in the ocean. Sakhile was an amazing, friendly, funny, and very knowledgeable guide. I highly recommend this experience.

  • Cape Vidal iSimangaliso Wetland Park Beach and Bush Safari

    5. Cape Vidal iSimangaliso Wetland Park Beach and Bush Safari

    Learn more about the five ecosystems that make up this unique park. Discover the St Lucia Wetland Park’s and its internationally renowned beauty. Join a full day off-road exploration into this pristine Eastern Shores environment. This trip includes an ecological overview of the park, wonderful game-viewing, bird-watching, short walks, a light breakfast at Mission Rocks, visit to Cape Vidal beach with snorkeling if the tide permits (gear will be provided) and a full braai (barbecue) lunch with drinks, on an open game drive vehicle. Cape Vidal Resort is set in a bay that is sheltered by a rock reef. On either side lie kilometers of unspoiled beaches and inland lie fascinating wetlands and rich coastal dune forests. Humpback whales migrating north to Mozambique pass close to the shore at certain times of the year, while game fish such as marlin and sailfish attract anglers. Visitors often...

    It was nothing short of amazing ! Loved every minute from spotting a number of different beautiful animals to the amazing sea view at breakfast and the delicious braai lunch . Our guide made sure that the trip is the most .

  • St Lucia: Sapphire Falls Hike with Cruise and Creole Lunch

    6. St Lucia: Sapphire Falls Hike with Cruise and Creole Lunch

    Set sail on a catamaran to Soufriere and enjoy a guided hike to Sapphire Falls. Then, experience the flavors of St. Lucia with a Creole buffet lunch before stopping for a swim in the crystal waters along the coast. Start your hike at Morne Coubaril Estate and pass by a replica Carib village and the historic plantation house dating back to the 18th century. With your experienced guide, follow the trail into the lush tropical rainforest with mineral streams and pools. Then, arrive at Sapphire Falls and capture incredible photos of this 35-foot waterfall. Take in the stunning views and recover your strength with some refreshing seasonal fruit. Once you return to the Morne Coubaril Estate, sit down for a Creole buffet lunch at the plantation house. Enjoy fresh ingredients with vegetables grown on the estate followed by dessert. Board the catamaran and sail along the coast. Admire the bea...

  • St Lucia: 2.5-Hour iSimangaliso Wetland Park Walking Tour

    7. St Lucia: 2.5-Hour iSimangaliso Wetland Park Walking Tour

    After meeting in St. Lucia, walk through Africa’s largest estuarine system, Lake St. Lucia estuary, where crocodiles now bask in the sun. On some days, hippos too. Accompanied by a local field guide and estuarine specialist, look out for special bird sightings.  Along the walking tour through part of iSimangaliso Wetland Park, you may also see small antelope like bushbucks or red duikers. Occasionally, between the root system of the Mangrove Swamps, you can pick out fiddler crabs, climbing welks, and mudskippers.   Return to St. Lucia with an ice-cold mineral water in hand.

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What people are saying about St Lucia

This was a great experience both on land and in the ocean. Sakhile was an amazing, friendly, funny, and very knowledgeable guide. I highly recommend this experience.

Friendly guard Nyandeni Bheki who drove us around, it was amazing, seeing those animals in the park was exciting. Thank you for good time.

Thank you it was nice. Did not see a lot of nanimals