The lodge features six luxury air-conditioned suites, each with its own private patio overlooking the tropical estate. The rooms are furnished with pure Egyptian cotton linen of high quality and ceiling-draped mosquito nets. Guests can enjoy a leisurely breakfast on the patio overlooking the estuary. The house has a warm feel, with a comfortable lounge area and reading corner for guests' enjoyment.
In addition, the property offers a massive garden, a swimming pool and a private jetty that leads onto the estuary. There are also a number of animals on the property including, hippos, leopards and honey badgers, as well as 240 bird species that have been recorded.
St Lucia is a community on its own, separated from the mainland, creating a secluded retreat. The area offers an abundance of activities for those more on the adventurous side, including horse riding on the beach, kayaking through the hippo and crocodile infested waters, or scuba diving. For the more relaxed individual, birding safaris by vehicle, bicycle or on foot can be arranged.
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St Lucia is an attractive village lying at the southernmost tip of iSimangaliso Wetland Park, a World Heritage Site (formerly Greater St Lucia Wetland Park). This thriving eco-destination owes its popularity to the close proximity of various attractions and things to do in the area.
Surrounded by the estuary and Indian Ocean, St Lucia is almost an island. Here you can do a boat ride to see hippos and crocs, kayak on the lake, visit the Crocodile Research Centre, or do a hike or a horse trail. Nile crocodiles sun themselves on the banks; hippo roam the streets after dark and leopard are seen occasionally. Humpback Whales migrate along the coast from June to November. Loggerhead and leather back turtles lay their eggs on the beautiful sandy beaches from November to March.
St Lucia offers a number of walking trails where small antelope, mongoose and Samango monkeys can be seen. Birdwatchers are up for an exciting experience with around 450 recorded species to tick off. Not too far off is Mkuze, one of the best birding spots in South Africa. Also a long-time hangout for keen anglers, St Lucia has a good selection of tackle and bait shops. An assortment of seafood restaurants line the banks of the estuary.
In Room Facilities:
Tea & coffee making facilities
Own private patio
Bhangazi Horse Safaris
St Lucia Beach
Hippo and Croc St Lucia Cruise
St Lucia Kayak Safaris
Igwalagwala walking trail
Veyane Cultural Village
iSimangaliso Guided Walking Safari
iSimangaliso Wetland Park
Duku duku gate
Hluhluwe game reserve