what is Serene-estate offering you?
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where can you find us?
St Lucia is the ideal destination for the nature lover. Lovingly known as ‘hippo town’, St Lucia is host to a wide variety of some of Africa’s most famous wildlife. The area is birdwatcher’s dream, and you can expect to spot Fish Eagles and the Goliath Heron among a plethora of other bird species during your stay.
The Big 5 can be found in nearby game reserves, where you can book guided tours or take your own vehicle. St Lucia Estuary makes for the perfect base for exploring the magic of nature. There are spectacular landscapes, including mangrove swamps and pristine beaches in this malaria free region.
what kind of activities are available?
You’ll have a hard time getting bored in St Lucia. We can advise you on which nearby game reserves to visit and how to get around St Lucia and the surrounding areas. Whether you are keen on getting out and exploring or maybe you need a day of relaxing at the lodge, there is something to suit your fancy.
Have your heart set on a holiday at Serene-estate? Don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of your friendly staff members to book your unforgettable experience today!
what do you need to know about st lucia and surroundings?
St Lucia is a relatively safe place and you can walk around without worry. Like anywhere, it is a good idea to keep track of your valuables and be aware of your surroundings. The area is home to many wild animals, and visitors need to keep that in mind.
The weather in St Lucia is subtropical, with sunny skies throughout the year, making it the perfect all-year-round holiday destination. The temperatures in summer range from 20 °C at night to 32 °C during the day.
St Lucia Estuary
St Lucia, lies between the Indian Ocean and the lower reaches of Lake St Lucia, and is a peninsula of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park. The town, traditionally a popular destination for fishing enthusiasts and holiday makers.
St Lucia Estuary is part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, Kwazulu Natal’s coastal World Heritage Site. It is made up of an array of natural lakes that stretch out over 220 kms and is the largest wetland in Africa.
Area of Serene-estate
Khula Village is a near-by Zulu village that provides it’s visitors a unique experience into the traditional Zulu culture. While Richards Bay is a well-established town which includes a modern hospital and airport.