The town of St. Lucia is one of those hidden little gems with unique opportunities to experience nature in all its magnificence.
A look behind the scenes of a rhino dehorning.
A unique sighting as a brown house snake catches a bat and proceeds to swallow it whole.
Whale watching season is in full swing and here we take a closer look at St. Lucia in KwaZulu-Natal – one of the best places to spot migrating whales and their young.
The haunting cry of a fish eagle resonates across the lake as we pull up at Kosi Bay Lodge. The powder soft sand, raphia palms and Umdoni (Water Berry) trees create a tropical, African welcome. With beads of perspiration on our brows, we are anxious to unpack and seek replenishment at the Nhlanga pub to soak in a stunning view of the largest and third lake of the Kosi Bay system. It is here that we plan the next few days of our boating photographic expedition.
Nestled in the northern end of Maputaland, lies Tembe Elephant Park, a unique community run safari lodge co-owned and managed by the Tembe Tribal community.
From game viewing to horse riding, massages to mountain biking – enjoy the many delights that St Lucia in South Africa has to offer.
Top tips to exploring the famous and diverse iSimangaliso Wetland Park in South Africa.
Head up the elephant coast for the ideal beach and bush holiday in one.