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Kings Palace is situated in the beautiful, tropical town of St Lucia South Africa, in the Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park, a World Heritage Site.

Ideal for an overnight stop, your annual vacation, tour groups and team building, these luxurious self-catering apartments are clean, comfortable and serviced daily.

Kings Palace is family friendly and offers nine two bedroom apartments which sleeps four and one three bedroom apartment which sleeps five people.

Now Fully Air conditioned!

Each apartment has a fully equipped kitchen, lounge with colour TV and full bathroom. Three units have their own private garden with braai facilities and three have verandas.

We also offer safe undercover parking with security, swimming pool and undercover braai facilities.

Kings Palace is within walking distance to all shops and restaurants and is the ideal base for exploring the surrounding areas such as game reserves, trails, beaches, etc.

Cape Vidal is a beautiful coastal resort which holds the unique distinction of allowing visitors access to both the wildlife of the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park as well as the marine life of the Indian Ocean coast.

The sheltered bay has a designated launch site for ski boats with excellent off-shore angling, spear fishing and snorkelling.

This family destination also offers guided walking trails around the fascinating wetlands and the Lake Bhangazi shoreline, humpback whales are seen on their northerly migration to Mozambique to calve and in summer loggerhead turtles come onto the beaches to lay their eggs.

Cape Vidal campsite features 50 campsites set into the coastal dunes, accommodating both tents and caravans, with cold water taps and barbecue facilities.

The three modern ablutions have hot and cold running water, flush toilets, showers, baths, basins and laundry and dish washing facilities.

Cape Vidal also features extensive self-catering log cabin accommodation, fuel and a shop for the convenience of guests.

The Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park

Declared by UNESCO on 01 December 1999 as the first Natural World Heritage Site in South Africa and part of the Elephant Coast

Managed by The Wetlands Park Authority and KwaZulu Natal Nature Conservation

The Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park stretches from Maphelana in the south to the Mozambique border in the north and includes the St Lucia Estuary, Charters Creek, Fanies Island, the False Bay Park, Cape Vidal and Sodwana Bay. The coastline stretches approximately 280km and this is where Tropical and Subtropical weather systems; river life and sea life meet. It is said that the Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park has more species of animals than in the Kruger National Park and Okavango Delta.

7 Eco-systems interact and coexist within an area of 260,000ha

  • Lake St Lucia : the largest salt water lake in Africa.
  • Marine eco-system : sandy beaches and the southern-most coral reefs on earth.
  • The Eastern shores : separates the lake and sea.
  • Mkuze swamps : caused by washed-down river sediment.
  • Western shores : forests and fossil marine life.
  • Coral Reef eco-system : includes all the coral reefs along the coastline.
  • Mfabeni eco-system : dune forest separating lake and sea.

The Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park offers:

  • Different weather systems
  • Different ecosystems
  • Submarine canyons
  • Sandy beaches
  • Dune forests
  • Wetlands
  • Grasslands
  • Forests
  • Lakes
  • Savannas

There are less places where you can find a sense of blissful solitude and magical energy like in The Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park home to the second oldest wilderness game reserve in South Africa the highest vegetated sand dunes in the world.

Having absorbed the magical energy and spiritual presence inherent to this World Heritage Site, you will leave St Lucia restored and rejuvenated – a natural “tonic” that everyone should experience.

“The Greater St Lucia Wetlands 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 (the elephant) share an ecosystem with the world’s oldest fish (the coelacanth) and the world’s biggest mammal (the whale).” – Nelson Mandela.