3 Night Honeymoon St Lucia Eco Lodge Package
About 3 Night Honeymoon St Lucia Eco Lodge Package
This 3 night package includes a variety of activities. Throughout the three nights, guests will be accommodated at St Lucia Eco Lodge. This package is valid for 2018 only.
14:00 You are welcomed to The Lucia Eco Lodge (accommodation) and are given mimosas.
15:00 Depart for a late afternoon drive. The safari stops for sundowners and snacks at Catalina Bay or Bhangazi then a spotlight safari along the 4x4 routes in the reserve.
20:00 Enjoy a leisurely candle-lit dinner at the Hog n Hippo Bistro.
08:30 Enjoy an English or Continental breakfast at the Hog n Hippo Bistro.
10:00 Depart for a 2 hour bicycle / bird walk with a Zulu guide bird watching in and around St Lucia.
13:00 Picnic lunch at Honeymoons Bend or a club cruise which is a 4 hour trip that departs for an eco-tour towards the estuary mouth between all the hippos, herons and crocodiles. An hour lunch at the St Lucia Ski Boat Club.
16:00 Join a horse safari on the beach or join a hippo or croc cruise which is a 2 hour trip onto the St Lucia estuary and enjoy some refreshments.
19:00 Enjoy a leisurely candle-lit dinner at the Hog n Hippo Bistro.
07:30 Enjoy an English or Continental breakfast at the Hog n Hippo Bistro.
08:00 Depart for a World Heritage tour. This full day, off-road exploration of this pristine Eastern Shores area includes an ecological overview of the area, wonderful game viewing, bird-watching, short walks, and a visit to Cape Vidal for snorkelling and whale-watching (seasonal). Full braai lunch included.
16:00 Return to St Lucia and relax.
18:30 Enjoy a leisurely candle-lit dinner at the Hog n Hippo Bistro.
19:45 Depart for a chameleon night drive, a 3 hour nocturnal affair that takes you along the 4x4 tracks in the Eastern Shores Reserves where you may encounter various nocturnal residents.
09:00 Enjoy an English or Continental breakfast at the Hog n Hippo Bistro.
- Minimum stay: 3 Days
3 Night Honeymoon St Lucia Eco Lodge Package Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling