We are situated at 147 Hornbill Street, St Lucia, 3936
When you come over the bridge into St Lucia you come to a circle. At the circle you must take a right and continue straight until you get to a Wimpy on the left.
You take the first left after Wimpy. You will come to your first stop street, and then at your second stop street called Hornbill Street, you turn right, and just continue straight until you find St Lucia Ocean View Lodge situated on the left.
-28.382766 32.412908 (click here to view location on Google Maps)
Things To Do In & around St Lucia
Cruise on the St Lucia Estuary
Enjoy an idyllic estuary cruise in search of crocodile, hippo and wonderful bird-life on the St Lucia Estuary the largest estuarine system in Africa.
St Lucia Crocodile Centre
Visit the St Lucia Crocodile Centre and see various African and exotic crocs, American alligators, tortoises, snakes and there’s a cycad garden to walkabout. The best time to go is during feeding time on Saturday at 15h00 or Sunday at 11h30.
Veyane Cultural Village
On a cultural village tour you’ll experience what it like in a traditional Zulu community of the Khula Village (just outside St Lucia), complete with huts, a singing performance and daily life re-enactments.
Horse riding with Bhangazi Horse Safaris
Horse riding at iSimangaliso Wetland Park is a great way to explore the wildlife. Rides take place in the south of the park where you could see zebra, wildebeest, Bushbuck,warthog, duiker and impala. Beach rides are also available.
It is ultimately the famous yet little understood acrobatics of the humpbacks that lure whale watchers with the possibility that they may see a “breach” as the whale leaps from the water and returns with a mighty splash, or the awesome slapping of their giant fins and tail on the water –Seasonal (June – November).
Self drive or guided tour to Cape Vidal (through iSimangaliso Wetland Park Eastern shores), a renowned fishing and snorkelling spot (at low tide) or just enjoy the unique bush and beach experience in this sheltered bay.
Isiphaphalazi Butterfly House
See the displays of indigenous butterfly species and there are walking trails, an interpretation room, tea garden and plant nursery to enjoy there.
Go for a walk on the iGwalagwala Trail, close to the estuary banks and just a leisurely 1,5-kilometre stroll with a variety of bird spotting including fish-eagle, kingfisher, terns and herons. There’s a number of guided trails in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park and the Iphiva Trail at Iphiva Camp Site in St Lucia is alsoafavourite (3 hour-walk near the estuary).
Chané Cheese Farm and Lodge
Stop in at Chané Cheese Farm and Lodge (open Monday to Saturday 09h00 to 15h00) to sample homemade organic cheeses. There’s also a coffee shop that serves breakfast and light lunches and you’ll probably spend a while in the gift shop with its quaint wares. Kids will love the goat-milking opportunities and educational tour.
Guided Sunset or Night Drive - iSimangaliso Wetland Park
Do a guided sunset or night game drive at iSimangaliso Wetland Park Western shores. Here you could spot four of the Big Five (no lions) and antelope, hippo, giraffe, zebra and more.
Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve
Set in the heart of Zululand, the oldest game reserve in Africa where today the “big five” of African legend stalk the verdant savannah. Game viewing is the prime attraction.
It is seasonal from December until end of March. Witness the miracle of turtles and turtle being hatched from the eggs, or trying to escape their enemies while they make way back into the water.
Deep Sea Fishing
Join a crew, or form a crew and head out with the men deep sea fishing to catch the BIG catch of the day! Why eat out for dinner if you can catch your own.
Come to the office to make a booking or to require more information about the tours, or if you are unable to get hold of us in the office go into the main street and make a booking at the tour offices.