Saint Lucia Estuary
Saint Lucia Estuary
4.5
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This estuary is part of the Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park and includes fishing, hiking tours, boat tours and a crocodile center. The crocodiles make swimming an ill-advised idea.
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Guy S
London, UK6 contributions
Jun 2023
We took a sunset cruise on the estuary, and saw loads of crocs, hippos, elephants, a giant water monitor lizard and a shark. It was so good that we took a morning cruise two days later. The bird life is also wonderful, we loved every moment.
Written 4 August 2023
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radhiksmahass
Durban, South Africa2 contributions
Apr 2021 • Family
It is the worst place that i have ever been to. They are extremely slow and do not give you what is described on the menu. We waited 1 hour 45 minutes for our food after the order was given. The food was served cold with certain food items missing eg. the prawn meal was served without lemon etc. People please do not waste your time and money at this restaurant as they have a serious management issue.
Written 20 April 2021
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K507OJandrew
Mokopane, South Africa39 contributions
Dec 2020
You probably can't visit St Lucia without doing something related to the estuary. We took the boardwalk to the mouth (we were told it hasn't been open in 18 years due to low rainfall and human interference).Watch out for crocs and hippo, which you might run into! We also did a boat cruise up the estuary, beautiful, but unfortunately ruined by a white T shirt clad party who did not respect the other guests, Covid protocols or the guide trying to share info on the surroundings with us. Their only interest were selfies (is this called self interest?).If you can, enquire about a boat only large enough for your party. Nevertheless the area is breathtaking.
Written 26 January 2021
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Ashleen R
Durban, South Africa80 contributions
Jan 2021 • Couples
Was a beautiful experience. Got to see the Hippos, crocs and birds. It's a beautiful view.
It's a must see if you staying at St Lucia.
Written 19 January 2021
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Burtonesque
Greater Johannesburg, South Africa30 contributions
Dec 2020
Went on a boat trip with Advantage Tours. Knowledgeable guide and fascinating trip. Hippos and (smallish) crocs. would like to spend more time in the area
Written 5 January 2021
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Chloe
4 contributions
Oct 2020
The estuary boat ride was amazing. It was relaxing, being on the open river and learnt alot from our guides who informed us about the history of the estuary, the animals and what their daily work is like. Highly recommend and definitely worth every penny.
Written 22 October 2020
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Sam L
Waterfall, South Africa181 contributions
Sep 2020
A must see with exceptional South African heritage. The boat tour with Shoreline is a must see! take a look around there is something around every corner. Sad to see so many places have had to close due to the lockdown. The local Spar charges very high prices so be aware!!
Written 30 September 2020
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JWMare
Meyerton, South Africa218 contributions
Sep 2020
With an abundance of wild life we enjoyed seeing all the hippos and flamingos from the view points we went to, the beaches is also unspoiled and kept litter free which is we loved. There is still plenty more for us to see and do and will surely be back.
Written 28 September 2020
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Dalton H
7 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
It is shocking to see what so called professional conservationist/environmentalists have done to this once beautiful estuary! There are no longer mangroves or even water. The reeds are over head high and an area, usually full of hippos, crocs and birds has been left totally devoid of wildlife. It will take a miracle to fix this mess that they were handsomely paid to make!!! Devastating to see.
Written 12 September 2020
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atzeverkennis
Rotterdam, The Netherlands117 contributions
Mar 2020
IT's like a twin park, on both sides of the inland lake. You can drive yourself, and lot's of animals. IT's not the big five, there are no lions. But plenty of other wildlife. It's relatively quiet and quite beautiful. Visit the watchtower.
Written 7 April 2020
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