Lalapanzi Guest House

7, Sandpiper Street, Saint Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 7, Sandpiper Street, Saint Lucia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLalapanzi Guest House Saint Lucia

Reviewed by gunni

Every time again

Reviewed Jan 9, 2014
by (12 reviews) Basilea/Rosenberg , Germany Flag of Germany

Sehr hoher Standart in einer alten Colonialvilla. Die Eigentuemerin ist wahnsinnig freundlich und organisiert alles fuer einen. Der Preis in der Nachsaison fuer uns Europaer umgerechnet etwa 27 Euro mit Fruehstueck.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Lalapanzi Guest House Saint Lucia

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia

Der Charme des Colonialstiles

A travel blog entry by gunni on Jan 09, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

Nach den Sandabenteuern der letzten Tage kam ich hier in St. Lucia in eine voellig andere Welt. Ein blitzsauberer Seebadeort wie aus dem Bilderbuch. Meine Unterkunft eine stilvolle alte Colonialvilla mit herrschaftlicher Palmengesaeumten Einfahrt und einem grossen Park mit Wasserfall und Tieren. Das ganze fuer etwa 27 Euro am Tag mit ausgibigem …

Hungry Hungry Hippos

A travel blog entry by jenny.whinney on May 06, 2014

50 photos

... they have an M shape on their backsides and they get eaten by everything – poor things. We saw one elephant up close, away from the group. It’s amazing that something so big can survive on just grass. The only thing which hid from us was the lions, I’ll have to visit them another time.

On Wednesday we did a horse safari in the Isamangaliso park. The zebras and the wildebeest let us get really close because they were happy to let the ...

Game driving at iSimangaliso Reserve

A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon on Mar 07, 2014

4 photos

... they were very close it proved a real challenge as the reed stems they perched on were blowing in the wind, and the stems blew across many of the pictures. Thank goodness for digital photography and no cost to waste so many shots. Amongst the nest building Thick-billed and Yellow Weavers, a male Lesser Masked Weaver made a brief appearance. Hundreds of Little Swifts circled noisily overhead (they nest and ...

Week 11

A travel blog entry by christie68 on Feb 08, 2014

18 photos

... towards our truck, then one of the big bulls mocked us to make us retreat and give them a bit more space. He then decided to walk very slowly down the road ahead of us giving the rest of the herd plenty of space. The bulls of this herd are so very protective of them and always on there flanks. It is nice to see. We also managed to get photos of black rhino, impala and zebra pooh. When we got back I spent the rest of the morning making the scat chart for my animal track booklet. ...

Week 8

A travel blog entry by christie68 on Jan 18, 2014

15 photos

... tried to get there from the nearest side to the lodge, but no road so we had to drive about 15k round the hills and up a hill, they were right near us but we could not see them, then on the same hill we saw those pesky Mduna elephants heading towards the road ahead of us, so we drove to where they would cross and there they were. They seemed quite calm as we sat silent watching them engine off, then the elephant research truck arrived and we all sat silently for another 10 ...