|St Lucia Town|
St Lucia is a bustling little town offering visitors myriad activities day and night. This holiday destination lies between the Indian Ocean and the lower reaches of Lake St. Lucia. Survivors of the Portuguese vessel, the St. Benedict named the area ‘Rio de la Medaos do Oura’ – River of the dhows of Gold, because of its pristine beaches and golden sand dunes. On the day of the Feast of Saint Lucy – 13 December 1575, Manual Peresterello renamed the area, St. Lucia.
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Our guest house does not serve lunch or dinner. On walking distance you will find a variety of lunchrooms and restaurants.
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Go and see Siyabonga Arts & Crafts Market at the entrance bridge of the town The market stock many gifts to take home from Africa.
The Crocodile & Interpretation Centre is involved in an International breeding program for Dwarf and Long snouted crocodiles, American Alligators and our Nile Crocodile, the largest in the world. Feeding and demonstrations are held on Saturdays from 14h00 as well as Sundays from 11h00 am.
Walking Trails on your own in the St. Lucia Nature Reserve.
Ski Boat Club – everybody welcome for drinks or lunch/dinner. Go and enjoy a sundowner drink while the sun is setting over the lake. A cool breeze from the sea and the lake refreshes you in the warm weather. See the fish-catches for the day which the deep sea ski boats bring out after a long cruelling day on the deep blue ocean.