St Lucia Facts
Monday, 14 May 2012 08:32 Written by Administrator
ST LUCIA is in the finals to win TOWN OF THE YEAR award as many of you know. We are really doing our best to get in as many votes as possible before tomorrow’s closing date of 24th April, so we ask YOU to PLEASE to send your sms to cast your vote. The more votes we have….the more chance of winning.
The iSimangaliso Wetland Park, the World Heritage site that stretches 220km along the northern KwaZulu-Natal coast, has been proclaimed one of the three destinations in the world with the best sustainable tourism management policies.
Tuesday, 14 September 2010 11:34 Written by Administrator
SA National Parks Week 2010 13-17 September The week-long campaign giving free access to the national parks will take place from 13-17 September 2010,
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It is a delight to spot dolphins along the coast of South Africa. They are air-breathing mammals that suckle their young, and have adapted to their surroundings in interesting ways.
St Lucia Malaria Information and Risk Map St lucia and most of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park is classified as low. Please read this information.
Mabibi is Situated on the coast between Lake Sibaya and Sodwana Bay, It forms part of the Kosi Bay coastal forest reserve. This spectacular section of coastline offers uncrowded angling and is a well known snorkeling site.
Lake Sibhayi also forms part of the Maputaland Marine Reserve. It is situated slightly north and inland from Sodwana. This is the largest fresh water lake in South Africa with a surface area of 77 square kilometers and an average depth of 13m. The lake was connected to the sea but the estuary mouth had closed.