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Luxury King / Twin Room  From R990 /night

Good Breakfast included

Sleeps 3 people, 1 Bedroom.

Our spacious Luxury Rooms consists of a King Size bed ... / Twin Beds and an extra single bed if required, with 100% Percale Cotton bedding, en-suite bathroom with shower, Free Wi-Fi and a patio, overlooking the pool deck.

Rate Basis: Bed & breakfast (breakfast included)

Bedroom 1

1 King, 1 Single

From R990 /night

 

Good Breakfast included

Double Queen room  From R810 /night

Good Breakfast included

Sleeps 2 people, 1 Bedroom.

Our spacious Double Rooms consists of a Queen Size bed ... with 100% Percale Cotton bedding, en-suite bathroom with shower, and Free Wi-Fi.

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Bedroom 1

1 Double

From R810 /night

 

Good Breakfast included

Honeymoon suite  From R1710 /night

Good Breakfast included

Sleeps 4 people, 1 Bedroom.

Our spacious Honeymoon suite consists of a King Size bed ... with Egyption Cotton bedding, en-suite bathroom with shower, coffee station, and free wifi. The room has its own pation. An Extra single bed or double bunk can be added to convert to a family room

Rate Basis: Bed & breakfast (breakfast included)

Bedroom 1

1 Bunk bed, 1 King

From R1710 /night

 

Good Breakfast included

Luxury Family Room  From R1440 /night

Good Breakfast included

Sleeps 4 people, 1 Bedroom.

Our Luxury family room consists of a King size / ... twin beds, and a double bunk for the children, with 100% Percale bedding, en-suite bathroom with shower, Free wifi and overlooking the swimming pool patio.

Rate Basis: Bed & breakfast (breakfast included)

Bedroom 1

1 Bunk bed, 2 King

From R1440 /night

 

Good Breakfast included
DSTV
Breakfast included
Bath towels
Patio
Shared lounge/TV area
Linen
Covid-19 Certified
Swimming Pool
DVD
Cleaning service
Braai/BBQ Area
Parking on Premises
Jacuzzi
WiFi
Dining Area
Aircon
Bar
Hairdryer
Laundry facilities
Serviced Daily
Tea and coffee facilities

Turtle Bay Lodge offers SELF CATERING FACILITIES with breakfast included. We have 7 bedrooms on suite and can be booked as a B&B or a holiday home for family and friends.
Self catering includes the use of the kitchen facilities, braai an pizza oven.
Turtle Bay Lodge is situated in a world Heritage Site, and it the beautiful town of St Lucia, with one of the largest estuaries in the world and an incredible range of wildlife species.
The Lodge is just one kilometre from the estuary, and within walking distance from the town centre. The town has a variety of restaurants and shops for your convenience.
Your hosts, Jan and Fiona, will provide you with information and maps for the area and show you around the beautiful grounds. Located in a luscious tropical garden, our guesthouse has a swimming pool and a cocktail bar for our guests to enjoy after a day of exploring.
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In Room Facilities:

We have 7 rooms, with 3 x double rooms that have queen size beds, and 4 Luxury rooms with king size beds, with en-suite bathrooms, secure parking, laundry services and air conditioning. A full English breakfast is served every morning, and includes a sumptuous selection of fresh fruits, yoghurts, cereals, bacon, eggs, toasts, jams, juices, tea and coffee.

Area Information:

The little town of St Lucia lies at the southern most entrance to the iSimangaliso Wetland Park (formerly known as the St Lucia Estuary and Wetlands Park), a World Heritage site that stretches all the way from Kozi Bay in the north, to Cape St Lucia in the south on the Elephant Coast.

Portions of this area have been a game reserve since as early as 1895, and it is no surprise to find this part of the world high on the ‘must visit’ list of any traveller worth his salt. The little town of St Lucia serves as something of a tourist hub for the park and has grown substantially from the sleepy little hollow, perched below a canopy of trees, to the feeder town that is geared for domestic eco tourism today. There are myriad accommodation options, restaurants, supermarkets and other tourist facilities within the town that make a stay here pretty effortless.

As the doorway to a world of fresh water pans, lakes, mangrove and reed swamps, marshy grasslands, coastal dunes and an abundance of wild life, the town too lies in the heart of unspoilt beauty. Life here is rather laid back and peaceful, if the monkeys and little duikers that roam the streets freely are anything to go by, and it serves as an ideal stopover before heading on towards the more remote areas of the Elephant Coast. St Lucia’s popularity with anglers is self-evident – seafood restaurants are numerous, and bait and tackle shops are anything but thin on the ground.

When one speaks of St Lucia, really one is referring to the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, South Africa’s third largest park. On the north-eastern coast of KwaZulu Natal, this wilderness reserve covers some 280 km of coastline, stretching from Kozi Bay in the north to Cape St Lucia in the south and was the first park in South Africa to be declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999.

The park includes Lake St Lucia and its estuary, a surround of wildlife reserve, a number of islands and a section of the Marine Reserve along the coast. It is home to five recognisable ecosystems and includes swamps, lake systems, coral reefs, beaches, wetlands, woodlands and coastal forests.

The Great St Lucia Wetland Park supports the country’s largest population of hippos and crocodiles. It is also home to leatherback turtles, black rhino, leopards, over 530 species of birds, including greater and lesser flamingos, and some 36 species of amphibians.

The park supports more species of animal than the larger and more well-known Kruger National Park. The unique combination of subtropical coastline and African game park is what draws visitors as well as the sheer viewing pleasure - this is one of the most beautiful spots on earth.

During November through January, sea turtles come to the beaches to lay their eggs, whales frequent the waves from June through October, making their way southwards and the park is a very popular fishing destination, providing surf fishing, spear fishing and deep sea fishing. Snorkeling and Scuba diving can also be done at Cape Vidal. There are also a number of hiking trails through the park.

There is no limit to activities in the area. There are hippo cruises, game safaris and the beautiful beaches with their high sand dunes are perfect for walks, and sunbathing, an ideal Bush and Beach experience. The town of St Lucia is at the most southern entrance to the park, about 300 km from Durban.

Property Facilities:

All you need to do is relax, have a dip in the pool, and enjoy the tropical setting!

For those interested in deep-sea fishing, we offer a charter service on a 24ft sports fishing boat. Our boat is equipped with a cabin with toilet facilities.

Attractions:

Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park.
iSimangaliso Marine Protected Area.
Mission Rocks.
Cape St Lucia Lighthouse.
Cape Vidal Lighthouse.
Game Viewing on Horse Back.
Igwala Gwala Forest Trail.
Bhangazi Trail.
Deep Sea Fishing.
Whale Watching.
Turtle Tours.
Game Safaris.

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St Lucia Reviews

Gerhard Booyse
20 September 2021

Peaceful and friendly people.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Dalene Crawford
16 February 2021

The peaceful and safe area, very friendly town. Unspoilt nature. Lovely restuarants.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Karin Basel
16 February 2021

Game reserve and Hippy trip.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Rajesh
27 January 2021

Beautiful Beaches!!

Superb. 5 out of 5
Ashay Baijnath
10 November 2020

Cleanliness and the game park.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Ashina Dorasami
02 March 2020

I just love St Lucia, the beauty of nature, the bountiful wild life and breathtaking sunsets. It is a safe little town, where you can stroll without worrying about safety.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Ranjeetha Hirawan
03 April 2019

The wildlife and beautiful landscape in St Lucia.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Kathy Naylor
24 October 2018

Driving round to see hippos and bush babies at night in St Lucia (take a powerful torch!)

Fabulous. 4 out of 5
Anari de Wet
08 October 2018

Most beautiful nature reserves and beaches.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Linda Westlake
27 August 2018

St Lucia is a friendly, welcoming place. We all felt safe at all times.

Superb. 5 out of 5