Visit South Africa's very first World Heritage site, it's a day of Safari and Snorkeling, iSimangaliso Wetland Park.
World Heritage Half Day Safari Description
The starts of at 8:00 am pick up at your hotel, you will be in a Open Game Drive Vehicle for the remainder of the drive to Cape Vidal with your knowledgeable and experienced ranger. He or she will offer you some incredible information with regards to the Park, its history and various systems.
From St Lucia to Cape Vidal it is approximately 28 km depending on the loop roads that the ranger will take you on. Enjoy some fantastic game viewing en route, and once at Cape Vidal you will have a chance to enjoy some exquisite snorkeling in the protected bay of Cape Vidal.
This half day safari tour starts at 8:00 am and ends between 12:00 and 1:00 pm.
Included on the Tour:
- Gate entries
- Game Drive Vehicle & Qualified Ranger
- Mask & Snorkels
- Bottled Waters
What to bring along:
- Beach Towel
- Bathing suit
Drive through the very first world heritage site in South Africa with a Open Game Drive Safari Vehicle. Wildlife species found within the park include Rhino ( Black & White ), Buffalo, Leopard, Kudu, WaterBuck, Rietbuck, Bushbuck, Hippo and much much more.
The highest vegetated sand dunes in Africa and the second in the world, numerous ecosystems including Forest, Savannah, Grassland and Mangrove.
The park is incredible large and stretches from St Lucia to the border of Mozambique in the north. This half day safari and snorkeling will however be concentrated in the southern section of the park.
From St Lucia our final destination is to Cape Vidal Bay, this protected bay offers some amazing snorkeling opportunities. From certain game fish species to local fish species may be found in this wondrous area.
Relax and Enjoy the warm tropical waters year round, for those that are not to interested in snorkeling why not just relax a bit on the unspoiled beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see.
Your personal Ranger for the day has incredible and fascinating Information with regards to the Park, learn about the Park and see some of it's beauty while out on Safari. Not only will he or she give valuable and informative information but also take you to some magical areas within the Park.
All rangers are qualified field guides with all needed permits and first aid certificates.