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Our Lodge in St. Lucia is Ideal for Large International and Local Tour Groups:

Currently St. Lucia Safari Lodge is host to 9 different International Tour Operators

Charges are as low as R295.00 for Bed and Breakfast per person sharing if 12 or more pax is in the tour group, min 3 nights. (Tour Guide and Driver stays free) Valid until 28/2/2010

Tour Operator Info

Lodge Facilities:

  • 3 star grading
  • 28 Units to accommodate 56 guests
  • Lapa, Breakfast and Dinner area that can seat 56 guests
  • Air Conditioning in all units
  • Fridges in all B&B units
  • TV in all units
  • Fridge/Freezer combination in S/C units
  • Microwave ovens in all S/C units
  • Hair Dryers in all units
  • Braai available for all S/C units
  • Large Swimming Pool, Lapa and African Style Pub
  • Electronic Safes available in all units
  • On Site Laundry Services @ R75.00 per 4Kg bag
  • Telephones in all rooms
  • € 0.3 per minute for calls to Europe
  • Internet Access available on Request

Places / Things to See / Visit:

  • Crocodile and Snake Center
  • Fishing
  • Cape Vidal
  • Hippo Cruise
  • Whale Watching June - Nov
  • Various Game Reserves - Game Drives can be arranged by
  • St. Lucia Safari Lodge

    If you are interested to explore the option of utilizing our Lodge on the Natal North Coast, please e-mail our Marketing Director at corrie@stlucia-safari-lodge.co.za or phone the Lodge Manager Mr Dennis Roberts at 035 590 1133 to make an appointment to meet us at the Indaba on the 9th or 10th of May 2009.

    Indaba 2009 - We'll be there!!!!!

  • Please call 035 590 1133 now to avoid disappointment!
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    Recent Upgrades at St Lucia Safari Lodge

  • New headboards fitted in B&B Rooms
  • Kitchen has been totally refurbished
  • New curtains and carpets fitted in all rooms
  • Additional lights fitted in all rooms
  • Security gates installed at rear entrance to improve security


    Good rains over the past few weeks have led to the uMkhuze river flooding thus causing a rise in the St Lucia Estuary this coupled with the last spring tides and large swells which also brought the sea over into the lake system. However the mouth still remains closed due to the fact that the area has been experiencing drought for the last 7 years so much more rain is needed before the lake will open up to the sea again. Last year two barges broke away from their tow lines due to heavy seas and ran aground at Cape Vidal. They were successfully removed from the beach and scuttled out at sea at a depth of 30m.

    These two barges have become artificial reefs and after only 10 weeks forty six species of fish have been recorded on these wrecks. Two rare species, the Frasier’s Goat Fish and Tiger Angel Fish have also been spotted on the wrecks.

    Currently the only divers allowed on the wrecks are those involved with research and monitoring. The wrecks should be open to the public by January next year thus making Cape Vidal a new dive site along the north coast.

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    Fishing Report


    This nice Red Steenbras was caught by Barend Verster, the skipper of Wave Dancer charters.

    Fishing has been good the past week with good catches of springer, kingfish, cob and grunter coming out of the lake on drop shot as well as bait.

    The crocodiles are hungry so do not go into the water and stand well away from the waters edge especially when land fishing.

    Shore angling in the surf was slow due to heavy seas and dirty water after the Umfolozi river came down in flood. As the water cleared a number of grunter were caught. As for deep sea fishing the Dorado have disappeared and natal snook have come on the bight which is very uncommon this time of year as they are usually only caught as of June.

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