Tuesday, September 25, 2007

SAW something special

 
Dear ALL

 

We ( Natasha and I ) and 18 passengers , were fortunate on Sunday morning at 08h00 to see something exceptionally special !

 

Crocodiles mating ! And able to photograph it !

 

I've been on the water for almost 10 years , and in 10 years this is now only the 2nd time that I've actually SEEN the crocs mating .

 

During the mating season , males attract females by bellowing , slapping their snouts in the water, blowing water out of their noses , and making a variety of noises .The larger males of a population tend to be more successful . Once a female has been attracted , the pair wabble and rub underside of their jaws together . Females lay eggs about 2 months after mating .

 

For the next 6 months we will be on our summer departure times for the Hippo/Croc Tours which is 10h00 , 12h00 , 14h00 and 16h00 and then adding an additional 08h00 tour if there is bigger demand !

 

It's actually beautiful on the water so early in the morning !

 

Accommodation in St Lucia was very fully booked over the long weekend , but if possible , try and keep in touch with us if you do have empty rooms , as if someone then walks into the office we know where to refer them to .

 

WHALE WATCHING was awesome this weekend ! Many trips , the weather was kind for most of the weekend and lots of happy customers !

 

There is only about 35days before The Greater St Lucia Wetland Park will be known as iSimangaliso Wetland Park  - this new name will come into effect as from 1 November 2007 .

 

Warm Regards

Riëtte Bennett

St.Lucia Tours & Charters t/a Advantage Cruiser CC

WebSite: www.advantagetours.co.za

e-mail     : advantage@zululink.co.za

+27 (0)35 – 5901259 (Tel)

+27 (0)35 – 5901053 (Fax)

Cell: 083 487 2762

 


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