Sunset Cape Vidal tour

St. Lucia

Activity Description

This tour starts at in St Lucia, where we will pick you up at your accommodation.

After a scrumptious breakfast at a picnic site or even a special lookout point you head out on your quest again.

Lunch is a special treat. We do a braai (b.b.q) consisting of beef steak, sausage, rolls and salads. If you are a vegan or vegetarian please let us know when booking so we can make provision for you.
Whilst the guide is busy with lunch preparations you may enjoy some time in our lovely Cape Vidal beach.
If the weather is permitting and the tides are low snorkelling is also part of the our.

After lunch you will start to head home with new friendships made and a camera full of pics.

At about 14.30 p.m. you will be dropped off at your accommodation again.


ProviderMonzi Safaris
Duration14 hours
WhenAll year except 1 jan
WhereS. Lucia, surrounding lodges & Nyalazi gate
WeatherSubject to supplier safety standards, weather permitting.
What to WearSummer, something comfortable not too warm,bathing/swimming costumes winter, something warm for the early mornings.
Things to BringBinoculars, cameras, sun screen, hats, sunglasses
Guests or SpectatorsNo spectators or guests can accompany


Minimum Age3 years
Minimum Height0.0 m
Maximum Height0.0 m
Fitness LevelNo Fitness Requirement
Maximum Weight0.0 kg
CertificationNone Required
Experience LevelNo Experience Requirement

Inclusions and Exclusions

InclusionsIncludes entry, breakfast, lunch and beverages.
ExclusionsItems of personal nature


The Isimangaliso wetland park was named a world heritage site in 1999 because of its natural beauty, rich biodiversity and unique ecosystems ranging from coral reefs, sandy beaches, subtropical dune forests, wetlands and savannah’s.

Cape Vidal offers visitors the best of both worlds with a combination of wildlife and marine life of the Indian Ocean. In summertime leather-back and loggerhead turtles lay their eggs in protected zones on the beaches.

From June to November humpback whales migrate north towards Mozambique and can often be spotted from shore.

The wildlife of the eastern shores includes buffalo, waterbuck, rhino, bushbuck, hippo and crocodile. Not even to mention the more than 520 species of birds. Best of both worlds indeed.

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