The small KwaZulu-Natal coastal town is on the tip of one of the most biodiverse areas in the world.
St Lucia is a small town at the southern tip of the iSimangaliso Wetlands, proclaimed a World Heritage Site because of its rich biodiversity. Its lakes, wetlands, reserves, savannahs, sanctuaries, beaches, subtropical dune forests and reefs make St Lucia perfect for a range of diverse activities.
Go on a boat trip watching whales and dolphins in the morning, and another watching crocs and hippos in the afternoon. The wealth of aquatic life in St Lucia begs for a marine safari, where you could see turtles, dolphins and whale sharks. If you prefer catching the chase, go deep-sea fishing.
Boat trips, whale watching, marine safaris, deep-sea fishing and other wildlife experiences.
The quiet town from years ago; it has grown into a hub geared for eco-tourism.