We are situated at 13 Pelikaan Street, St Lucia, 3936 | 28°22’20.93″S  32°24’55.57″E

Rhino Coast is a stone-throw away from the St Lucia Nature Reserve, which forms an integral part of South Africa’s first world heritage site. The town is known as the gateway to iSimangaliso, which offers pristine beaches, whale watching, turtle tours, prolific bird life, snorkelling, game-viewing, fishing, walking trails, cycling, night safaris, sunset safaris, horse riding, Zulu cultural tours and boat cruises on the 85 km Estuarine lake, which is filled with an estimated 1200 hippos and just over 800 crocodiles.

Cape Vidal, which is considered one of the top beaches in South Africa is a short drive through the Eastern Shores, during which you can see various game, magnificent elephants and a crash of rhinos. St Lucia is also in close proximity to the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve which will get you up close and personal with the Big Five.

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