Seasands / St Lucia Eco Lodge, St Lucia

St Lucia Ecolodge is nestled between the St Lucia Estuary, the Indian Ocean and the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, and is an ideal point from which to explore South Africa’s first World Heritage Site. The region is blessed with an all round summer, making it comfortable throughout the year.

St Lucia Ecolodge has been a favourite with South African and overseas leisure & business visitors for the past eighteen years. A Lodge of this nature is a rare find on the sought after Elephant Coast of KwaZulu-Natal and is within easy reach of the major cities and the newly booming metropolitan areas of Richards Bay and Empangeni.

The lodge adjoins the rich diversity of Zululand’s wetland lakes and forests, while the sea and game reserves are a mere stones throw away. In fact hippo, leopard and a myriad of smaller mammals are residents or frequent visitors to the gardens of St Lucia!

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St Lucia Ecolodge offers accommodation consisting of a large bedroom, lounge, full bathroom and shower, fully kitted out kitchenette and verandah with garden furniture. Enjoy our warm, extremely comfortable and relaxed home from home atmosphere.

Accommodation choices are bed and breakfast or self catering.


  • Wildlife in and around the Estuary
  • Cape Vidal Wetland Tours
  • Eastern Shores Night Drives
  • Horse Riding
  • Local Market
  • Cycling
  • Birding
  • Crocodile Centre
  • Scuba Diving and Snorkeling
  • Turtle Safaris
  • Cultural Village Tours
  • Whale Watching
  • Hluhluwe Game Reserve
  • Imfolozi Game Reserve
  • Fishing
  • Sports including Bowls, Golf and Tennis


Contact St Lucia Eco Lodge via their website here and Facebook here.

(Formerly Seasands Lodge)

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