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All reviews cape vidal self drive the loop western shores wetland park west side the main road entrance gate catalina bay samango monkeys nature reserve beautiful beach world heritage site low tide indian ocean eastern shore south africa
We took a boat cruise with Shoreline boats and walking safaris. you get really close with the crocodiles and hippos, yet you are very safe. The team takes all safety measures to keep you safe at all times and do not disturb the animals at...More
The park is nice, we stayed at St. Lucia for several days. We had a self drive during the day and saw a lot of animals. We took two organised tours to see the hippos and the turtles. We were lucky to see big Groups...More
We spent much of a day driving through the park, seeing zebras, kudus, buffaloes, elephants, monkeys, mongooses, and birds. We went to Cape Vidal where we planned to lunch and play at the beach, but it was way too windy that day. We did find...More
We took a boat tour of the wetland park from St Lucia. Well worth doing to get in close to the animals in their natural habitat.
We took the evening tour which resulted in seeing lots of hippos but only one single croc.
We have been there on 2 consecutive days;up to Cape Vidal (beautiful shore-line) and going most of the loops. We saw plenty of game incl. many hippos.
Obs.: We had to interrupt on "Vlei loop". After 3 or 4 kilometers, there was a "drift", after...More
Rode on a Santa Lucia cruise boat to watch iSimangaliso Wetland Park. It was a two hour boat ride. The boat had lower and upper deck. At the upper deck the sun is unforgiving and lower deck its a bit cool and closer to water....More
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I think it is February/March. The turtles start laying their eggs in November and incubation is about 65 days. The tours will drive you up the beach at night to see the turtles - you have a chance of seeing leopards and... More
I think it is February/March. The turtles start laying their eggs in November and incubation is about 65 days. The tours will drive you up the beach at night to see the turtles - you have a chance of seeing leopards and other wildlife too.