Tourist Attractions in St Lucia, Zululand & Maputuland, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near St Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Mission Rocks near Cape Vidal

courtesy of Henry Schwan Panomario
Crocodile - St Lucia Estuary

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Surf Fishing at St Lucia

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A resort town situated within The Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, St Lucia is a fisherman and nature lovers Mecca. An aquatic wonderland, this special slice of Africa, fed by the waters of the Mkuze, Nyalazi, and Hluhluwe Rivers and the Ocean tides was declared a world heritage site in 1999.

With its rivers and lakes, fresh water pans, mangrove and reed swamps, marshy grasslands, vast coastal dunes and off shore reef, The Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park consists of no less than five different ecosystems, all supporting an abundance of game and birdlife.

Stretching from just south of St Lucia village northwards to Mkuze Game Reserve and Sodwana Bay and the Maputaland Marine Reserve, the wetlands cover an area of around 260,000 hectares.

Fishing, bird watching, hiking and boating up the estuary are the main activities available within the vicinity of St Lucia village itself, while game viewing, snorkelling, diving and enjoying miles of unspoilt golden beaches can be indulged in by travelling a short distance. Golfers will enjoy the course in the Monzi village 15 kilometres away.

Things To Do in St Lucia
Heritage Tours & Safaris Heritage Tours & Safaris
in St Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal
Extreme Nature Tours Extreme Nature Tours
in St Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal
St Lucia Attractions
Maphelena Nature Reserve: 5 km
iSimangaliso Wetland Park: 6 km
St. Lucia Fishing Charters: 7 km
Nearby Towns
Monzi

Hippos in St Lucia WetlandPark

courtesy of J Panomario
St. Lucia Estuary Boat Cruise

courtesy of Hans Sterkendries Panomario

Kings Palace in St Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal
Kings Palace is family friendly and offers nine two bedroom apartments which sleeps four and one three bedroom apartment which sleeps five people. Each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen, lounge with colour TV and full bathroom. Three units ...
St. Lucia Holiday Cottage in St Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal
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...
St. Lucia Safari Lodge BnB in St Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal
The Greater St Lucia Wetland Park is South Africa\'s first World Heritage Site, and with good reason. Come and find out why the Great Lake is fast becoming a top tourist destination and let us look after you while you do it.
Lalapanzi Guest House in St Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal
This old Victorian house has six comfortable rooms with air-con, tea/coffee trays, ceiling fans, fridges & hairdryers. All rooms are en-suite with bath/shower or both.
Sunset Lodge in St Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal
We are self catering luxury log cabins with air conditioning. We have 4 chalets that sleeps four people, 1 five sleeper and 1 two sleeper. There is a microwave, fridge with freezer, kettle, toaster and hob in each chalet. There is one bathroom in ...

A resort town situated within The Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, St Lucia is a fisherman and nature lovers Mecca. An aquatic wonderland, this special slice of Africa, fed by the waters of the Mkuze, Nyalazi, and Hluhluwe Rivers and the Ocean tides was declared a world heritage site in 1999.

With its rivers and lakes, fresh water pans, mangrove and reed swamps, marshy grasslands, vast coastal dunes and off shore reef, The Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park consists of no less than five different ecosystems, all supporting an abundance of game and birdlife.

Stretching from just south of St Lucia village northwards to Mkuze Game Reserve and Sodwana Bay and the Maputaland Marine Reserve, the wetlands cover an area of around 260,000 hectares.

Fishing, bird watching, hiking and boating up the estuary are the main activities available within the vicinity of St Lucia village itself, while game viewing, snorkelling, diving and enjoying miles of unspoilt golden beaches can be indulged in by travelling a short distance. Golfers will enjoy the course in the Monzi village 15 kilometres away.