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Join us on a magnificent and extra ordinary Safari Tour as we go in search of the Turtles ( Logger Head & Leather Back ) along the iSimangaliso Wetland Park beach not only is iSimangaliso Wetland Park a World Heritage site but the very first of its kind in South Africa.
Turtle Tour Safari Description:
You will be picked up from your accommodation in St Lucia and travel by Open Game Drive Vehicle to Cape Vidal this 28 km stretch is within the game reserve and one has the added benefit of witnessing various wildlife en route including the possibility of Leopard. Once you arrive at Cape Vidal your ranger will give you a introduction and steps to follow when coming across a Turtle how to photograph and how to approach these protected species needs to be adhered to at all times.
The Turtles one may witness on these outings include Logger Head's and Leather Back's its a majestic and spine chilling experience. Watch as the females prepare their nests and then endeavour to lay their eggs. Did you know that only the females will ever touch ground and that the males once born will never again go aground in their lives. Also did you know that the females will always return to the very beach that they where hatched from never mind where in the world they are.
Times vary according to tides and the duration is approximately 6/8 hours. A light dinner and refreshment's are included on this Turtle Tour Safari.
Seats are limited to 10 and therefore prior bookings are essential, cost per person is R1100.00 (Please note sightings are not guaranteed)
For more information or availability call today +27 35 5901555 or Mail Us Know
Season Starts 1 November and ends 30 March
Currently the sightings have been incredible 2015, with numerous sightings of both species (Logger Head as well as Leather Back's). However we have been incredibly lucky with Leopard sightings todate we have had a 94% success rate. This is absolutely incredible as on most nights we have had more than one sighting and this does not include the same Leopard. Most of the sightings have been tacking place north of Catalina Bay and one sighting on the beach as well.