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Hippo & Croc Boat Special St Lucia South Africa

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Hippo & Croc Boat Special St Lucia South Africa

Hippo & Croc Boat Special St Lucia South Africa

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Why not join us on a Hippo & Croc Boat Special while in St Lucia South Africa. Heritage Tours & Safaris is now offering you a chance to witness the resident Hippo’s and Croc’ that reside in the St Lucia Estuary on a 1 hour Boat Safari. This outing departing daily gets you up close to the estimated 800 Hippo’s and aprox 1200 Nile crocodiles that reside in the largest estuary in Africa. The vessel a 15 seater is smaller and therefore gives you a more exclusive outing, the vessel with an incredible shallow draft runs into the shallows with ease thus getting you very close to a wide variety of birds that are found within the system.

This December special is incredibly popular so booking prior is essential, please do call the office at +27 35 5901555 open from 8am to 7 pm daily. The skipper/guide has years experience and will most definitely give you an extraordinary outing while on the St Lucia Estuary. Other popular departures include the 2 hour sunset boat cruise departing daily, departing at 4:30 and with a slower pace one gets a real sense of Africa and its magnificent beauty. Why not take a cooler along and enjoy the outing.

Other interesting outings while in St Lucia include 3 hour night drive safaris, cape vidal full day safaris and of course the Big 5 Safaris to Hluhluwe Umfolozi Game Reserve. For more information go to to the main page.

Follow Quentin Muir:

Owner Of Heritage Tours & Safaris

Back in 1999 Quentin & Mandy Muir traveled to St Lucia on vacation, on the first day of arriving in the area it was decided to move to this magnificent part of South Africa. The beauty, wildlife and Ocean had made its mark.The couple entered into a partnership and purchased a lodge in the center of St Lucia the first world heritage site within the borders of South Africa. Heritage Tours & Safaris ultimately prevailed over the lodge and since has grown in leaps and bounds.