We did a tour of the Estuary and the wild life. What a fascinating visit. We’re a family who love the Big Blue and the Big Five so touring the Estuary was a real treat for us. The beautiful surroundings, the bird life and the...More
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About Saint Lucia Estuary
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The place and town are fantastic, clean,orderly security is excellent people friendly,I will be back.
Always good to do the Sunset Cruise, the captain took us nice and close to Hippo pods and some large crocodiles sunning them selves in the late afternoon sun. Good view of the African Fish Eagle and nesting weavers. Oh so very lucky that my...More
Beautifull game park that gives you the chance to spot 4 of the big 5. Rhino, leopard, Buffalo and elephant. The park is big enough to spent the whole day and have a picknick at several nice spots or even at the beach. Because there...More
The area has boardwalk and sand areas to walk. There was a variety of wildlife from lizards to hippos. Vendors are good, no pushy types.
We stayed at The Bridge, 22 Mckenzie St, St Lucia for our honeymoon, which is recommended for its peaceful atmosphere and privacy it has comfortable accommodation. We tried to make the most of our stay even though the weather conditions was cold and rainy. Unfortunately...More
We went on a morning boat trip for two hours arranged by our B&B through SHAKAbarker tours. Interestingly talking to others on the tour we had not all paid the same price, so do check this out. Boat seriously basic and worked OK on a...More
Included in our 18-day tour of South Africa was a visit to, and a boat "safari" cruise on the St. Lucia Estuary. Encompassed within the huge St. Lucia Wetland Park, a World Heritage Site, is the estuary, home to Nile crocodiles, hippopotami, sea turtles and...More