220 kilometres of pristine, protected coastline makes for a vast range of beaches to enjoy throughout the Park.
With over 520 bird species recorded in the Park, iSimangaliso is a bird-watcher’s paradise.
See hippo and crocodiles in their natural habitat from the comfort of a custom-built passenger ferry.
Warm currents and deep ocean trenches make the waters off the iSimangaliso coast ideal for game fishing.
Licenced operators offer guided tours across all sections of the Park. See the Big 5 and much more.
Explore the Park’s splendour at your own pace under the guidance of an experienced ranger.
Take a tour of iSimangaliso’s unspoiled beaches or explore its game reserves on horseback.
Full and half-day itineraries on the waters of Lake Sibaya and Lake St Lucia are on offer to suit any adventurer.
iSimangaliso’s coral reefs are sustained by the warm, nutrient-rich waters of the Agulhas Current – creating some of the world’s best diving spots.
A chance to see the ancient nesting rituals of Loggerhead and Leatherback turtles, which nest nowhere else in Africa.
Sightings of whales are common off the coast of iSimangaliso.
This event draws talented photographers from around the world to test their skills documenting iSimangaliso’s natural splendour.
This is not a race to see who can finish first, but to connect with a place of global significance and beauty.
Ride through a World Heritage Site traversing eight interlinking ecosystems – seeing elephants one day and whales the next.
Giving the youth a voice in the war against rhino poaching and seeking to create the next generation of wildlife ambassadors.