St. Lucia Guest House
Comfortable iSimangaliso St. Lucia Guest House
Our Zulu Culture and Traditions
Zulu Culture Tours
Accompanied by a Zulu Guide in an open vehicle meet the local Zulu people, visit a real Sangoma (Spiritual Healer) - experience day-to-day activities in the township visiting local schools and churches. (Absolutely authentic with no commercialized acting).
We can organize two hour and three hour tours with lunch.
Close to Hluhluwe Game Reserve is DumaZulu, a traditional Zulu village. Learn more about the fascinating Zulu way of life. Shows are held at 08.15, 11.00 and 15.15 and entrance fees are R100.00 per adult and half price per child.
The snake park at DumaZulu has 40 species from around the world as well as one of the largest crocodiles in captivity at more than 4 metres long.
Thembalethu craft village allows visitors to have the opportunity to experience basket weaving, wood carving, beading and other crafts and historical Zulu artifacts.
Shakaland is located near Eshowe and was the set for the feature Shaka Zulu. Visitors learn Zulu Traditions including basket weaving, spear and shield making, bead work and pot making. There are also sangomas (witch doctors), and vibrant Zulu dancing.
Cultural Show at 11:00am, Zulu Dance at 12:30 and for the guests who missed the 11am show there is another cultural show at 2pm.
Ilala Weavers was established to restore the art of basket making and helps over 2000 Zulu people, many of whom work from home. They produce masterpieces of weaving that are sought after worldwide.
There is also a basket-making section in the Eshowe museum, nearby.While here, pay a visit to Khaki Klub Clothing, a well stocked bushwear shop.
Cheetah Breeding Project
There is also a cheetah breeding project nearby. Feeding time is at 16.30.
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20 Kingfisher St.
St. Lucia Estuary,
Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa 3935
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The St. Lucia Wetland Park must be the only place on the globe where the world's oldest land mammal (the rhinoceros) and the world's biggest terrestrial mammal .
500,000 acres, coral reefs, 200m sand dune forest.
Elephants, hippos, turtles, whales, crocodiles and 400 species of birds.