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St Lucia Affordable Getaway from R1335 pps

Kwa-Zulu Natal

R1335 per person sharing 3 nights Bed & Breakfast

Validity: 2013-10-01 - 2014-10-31

St Lucia Estuary View
Lake Inn pool area
En Suite rooms at Lake Inn
Estuary Sunset - St Lucia
St Lucia Affordable Getaway from R1335 pps | Kwa-Zulu Natal
Dinning at Lake inn

The shores of the St Lucia Estuary surrounded by Isimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africa’s first World Heritage Site. This budget hotel boasts modern en-suite, air-conditioned rooms. All rooms are equipped with flat screen TV’s and selected DSTV channels, tea or coffee making facilities, electronic wall safes; hair dryer and full range of bathroom amenities.

The hotel offers two floors where ground level has 16 rooms, all with a private patio leading out to a sparkling pool and indigenous gardens adjacent to the Breakfast lapa restaurant serving breakfast from 7h00 - 9h30 daily and dinners from 18h00 - 21h00 on request only. Traditional Braai Buffet dinners are available subject to prior arrangement thus advance bookings are vitally important.

With the ideal location guests have a vast range of activities to choose from ranging in unspoilt beaches, swimming in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean or just simply strolling through town exploring all the interesting shops, restaurants arts and crafts on offer, it is not safe to walk alone at night as leopards and hippos do roam the streets of st lucia.

Your affordable St Lucia getaway includes:

* 3 night stay at a Budget Hotel in st Lucia

* Breakfast Daily

* 1 x Hippo and Croc Tour Boat cruise on the estuary

Your St Lucia Affordable getaway excludes:

* All meals not mentioned

* Additional Activities (please review the list below for possible inclusion to this base package)

* Transport to/from the lodge

* All Items of a personal nature

This area of KWA ZULU NATAL has an array of nature based activities which can all be prebooked in advance to secure your bit of the fun, see below:

1.BIG 5 Game Drives in Hluhluwe/Umfolozi Game Reserve.

2.Game Drives in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park (On route to Cape Vidal)

3.Catalina Bay Sundowner Drive

4.St Lucia Town Tours

5.Whale watching – Seasonal

6.Turtle Tours – Seasonal

7.Boat Cruise on the St Lucia Estuary, world renowned for the excellent Hippo, Crocodile and bird viewing.

8.Kayaking on the St Lucia Estuary

9.Guided walking trails

10.Self guided walking trails

11.Snorkelling at Cape Vidal

12.Deep Sea Fishing

13.Fly Fishing

14.St Lucia Night Drives

15.Community Operated Zulu Cultural Village


17.Crocodile centre

18.Arts and Crafts


An incredible part of the country we would urge you to visit it at least once in your lifetime, this is a vital part of the ecosystem on this coastline and to prevent further degradation and sustainable utilisation of the area and to further ensure that conservation continues in this area we hope you may join us in promoting this area and supporting the ethical operations in tourism supporting this splendid area!

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