Amazulu Lodge St Lucia gives you the opportunity to investigate the world Heritage Site surrounding this area of the Elephant Coast celebrated for its magnificent splendour, where you will find long stretches of beaches fringed with protected unspoilt coastal forests.
Within this area are several spectacular safaris including wildlife and marine life. St Lucia is where you will find yourself immersed in nature offering an extravagant range of activities and varying accommodation. St Lucia boasts being an unspoilt ecotourism destination playground with an untamed spirit. The beautiful Lake St Lucia lies on the coast in the northern part of KwaZulu-Natal and is surrounded by the first South African World Heritage Site.
The large coastal grasslands are home to a variety of large and small mammals, reptiles and birds, while the lake is home to Hippos, Crocodiles and thousands of fish and birds. After dark the Hippos emerge from the Lake to eat grass from the nearby coastal plains. As they sometimes wonder in town you need to be careful not to bump into any of them.
Despite being unspoilt, your accommodation options are varied, including camping, holiday houses, bed and breakfasts, Hotels, exclusive lodges and remote getaways as well as organised activities and tours.