St Lucia Wilds - Visitors' Page
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Inge Oelrich, from Germany, visited St Lucia in Sept 2011 and shared a few of the photos she took whilst exploring.
Terry Thomas and his wife enjoyed wildlife and sent us photos they took at Cape Vidal, Mission Rocks and St Lucia. They are from UK and visited in March 2011.
Mr Jerry Gosnell took these photos at Cape Vidal between 06 and 12 January 2010 of the Samanago Monkey the normal and the albino variation. There are quite a number of the albino monkeys.
Ellouise van der Merwe from Pretoria, visited St Lucia in November 2011 and took these photos of the very rare albino Red Duiker living in the Igwalagwala Forest in St Lucia Village.
During the school holidays a few children staying at St Lucia Wilds got busy with a photography competition while on a trail in the nature reserve area at St Lucia starting at the Reptile Centre. The weather was fine, we were teams of 2, ages from 4,5 to 16 years. Cameras were borrowed, walking shoes tied and 3 hours and a 1000 photos taken. The best photos were taken on the day by Natasha Kotze, Eloise, Melissa and Kayla Pretorius, Janko Pieterse, Catherine Louw and Gwen Chudleigh. Date 28 June 2010. We were all exhausted but it was great fun and we saw 3 Buffalo, 3 herds of Impala, Waterbuck, Blue Wildebeest, Bushbuck, Red Duiker, many dung beetles and some birds (we were a bit excited and noisy).
"If you stay in accommodation and do not want to leave then that says a lot about how good it is. You start with a very warm welcome from charming hosts who are so helpful and who genuinely want your stay to be a memorable one. The chalets are clean and comfortable and well equipped with all that you may need. We hope to return to St Lucia regularly and St Lucia Wilds will always be our number one choice for a place to stay." Sam and Steve Slater, UK
Gert en Lynette van Staden, Ouma Corrie en klein Cameron het St Lucia en omgewing baie geniet. Elkeen het iets gehad om te doen. Gert het gaan vis vang by St Lucia strand, Mission Rocks en Cape Vidal. Cameron het Mission Rocks se gety poele geniet en swem in die swembad. Ouma Corrie het die swembad ook geniet en die curios wat sy in 'n pragtige afrika tema muurbehangsel gemaak het. Lynette, Ouma en Cameron het ook die wildparke en wilde diere vreeslik geniet.
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