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Come experience the diversty in the 10 jewels that make up the iSimangaliso Wetland Park. Enjoy the endless beaches that stretch from Maphelane in the south to Kosi Bay on the Mozambiquen border, view game on guided trails on the foothills of the Lebombo Mountains in uMkhuze or in the coastal forests and rolling grasslands of Lake St Lucia’s Eastern Shores. View the spectacular coral reefs and colourful underwater life whilst diving or snorkeling in crystal clear water or embark on adventures ranging from kayak trips and river boats to horse back safaris in the bush, maybe even try your hand at a spot of Deep Sea fishing, what ever your coastal desire iSimangaliso does a great job at fulfilling it.
Consists of four lakes linked by a network of channels. The Kosi estuary offers extraordinary snorkelling opportunities and is one of the world’s top fly-
Accessible only by our off-
Lake Sibaya is South Africa’s largest fresh-
Sodwana Bay is one of the top ten dive destinations in the world and a must for any diver visiting the area. The coral reefs contain over 1200 species of fish as well as a variety of underwater seascapes and marine fauna and flora. It is also home to the pre-
More than 420 species of birds can be found in this bird-
This area includes sand forest, thornveld and open savannah. Popular activities here include boating and fishing. Enjoy the view of Lake St Lucia at its widest point. Marine fossils both animal and plant are often found here along the shore line.
See a vast amount of elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard, as well as giraffe, tsessebe and other antelope species – or sit back and enjoy panoramic views of Lake St Lucia and the Eastern Shores dunes.
Lake St Lucia
Lake St Lucia is Africa’s largest estuarine system. It is 80km long and 23km wide at its widest point. Home to over 800 hippos and 1200 crocodiles, this dynamic system hosts large flocks of pelicans, flamingos, ducks, waders and a variety of fish and other interesting aquatic species.
The Eastern Shores is the ideal beach and safari destination. A number of game viewing roads offer intimate access to varied habitats including dunes, grassland, lakes, pans and coastal dune forest. Lookout points provide panoramic vistas over a landscape shaped by human residence in Iron Age times by the Bhangazi people.
Maphelane is a popular base for fishermen and nature lovers. There are two trails: one tracks the edge of the estuary whilst the other ascends the dunes to offer spectacular views of the ocean and river mouth. The Maphelane dune, at 183 meters high, is iSimangaliso’s highest vegetated dune.
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Some Activities In The Area Include:
Horse Back Riding Safaris,
Dolphin & Whale Watching,
St Lucia Estuary Tours,
Crocodile Centre Visits,
Deep Sea Fishing Excursions,
Game Viewing Safaris,
Estuary & Lake Fishing.
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