Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Ingwenya Lodge

The Lodge's name “Ingwenya” derives from the Zulu word for crocodile. It was quite logical to choose a name for our lodge indigenous to Zululand, in this first world heritage site of South Africa.Ingwenya Lodge is situated on the 'outskirts' of the residential area of St Lucia.
The property borders the nature reserve with lovely views - a very unique privilege in St Lucia.The surroundings are very peaceful and hippos graze often at the entrance of the Lodge during the night. Small game frequently wanders on the premises and a rumor of a leopard in the area has been going around.The self catering units are named after the five feeder rivers of the St Lucia estuary: Mpate-, Nyalazi-, Hluhluwe-, Mzinene-, and Mkuze River and the Mfolozi that flows out to sea very close to the St Lucia estuary.Facilities includes a new swimming pool, air conditioning in all rooms, Wi-Fi (wireless internet), additional freezing facilities, DSTV (bring your own smartcard), safe and a hiking trail that starts from premises. Units are serviced daily.

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