iSimangaliso’s Eastern Shores – A Photographic Journey (Part 1)

We’re fresh back from a terrific holiday in two very special wild places in northern Kwazulu-Natal. Our first destination was the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, and specifically the Eastern Shores of Lake St. Lucia, where we spent one night at Manzini Chalets in the holiday town of St. Lucia, and four nights in a log cabin at Cape Vidal.

I can’t think of a better way to start off the report back on our trip than with a few landscape photos that illustrates why iSimangaliso is a land of “miracles and wonders”, and one of our favourite destinations!

Follow the links for more of our posts about St. Lucia town, Cape Vidal and Mission Rocks.

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21 thoughts on “iSimangaliso’s Eastern Shores – A Photographic Journey (Part 1)

    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Thanks Kim! Compared to us you live “just around the corner” from iSimangaliso, and you will certainly not be disappointed if you do visit. The Park has made great strides with the eradication and rehabilitation of the exotic plantations, and you will not see any signs of it on the road between Cape Vidal and St. Lucia for instance. Just beautiful natural vegetation teeming with an incredible diversity of wildlife!

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