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Mission Rock

Mission Rock, about half way up the coast line between St. Lucia and Cape Vidal is a very popular fishing and picnic spot. On your way there you will also be able to visit the view point from where you can see large portions of this amazing Echo System.

 

How to find this beautiful spot on your way to Cape Vidal:

While on your way to Cape Vidal, about 20 kilometres from the entrance gate, take a turn to the right and travel through an awesome piece of nature towards Mission Rock and experience a beautiful stretch of rocky beaches.

It passes through extensive patches of forest, this is a good place to look for Duiker, Bosbok, various species of monkeys and a large variety of birds. A footpath about halfway to the left of the beach leads you to a magnificent dune-top viewpoint over the distant estuarine system.

Almost opposite the Mission Rock turn-off, a short walking trail to Mfazanais reliable for hippo, crocodiles, forest birds and even a leopard if it is your lucky day.

Shortly after the Mission Rock turn-off, a newly constructed game viewing loop to Lake Bhangazi does not quite match up the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi for variety of wildlife, it does however presents the opportunity of sighting Rhino, Buffalo and other antelope.

 

Rocks at Mission Rock

How to find this beautiful spot on your way to Cape Vidal:

While on your way to Cape Vidal, about 20 kilometers from the entrance gate, take a turn to the right and travel through an awesome piece of nature towards Mission Rock and experience a beautiful stretch of rocky beaches.

It passes through extensive patches of forest, this is a good place to look for Duiker, Bosbok, various species of monkeys and a large variety of birds. A footpath about halfway to the left of the beach leads you to a magnificent dune-top viewpoint over the distant estuarine system.

Almost opposite the Mission Rock turn-off, a short walking trail to Mfazanais reliable for hippo, crocodiles, forest birds and even a leopard if it is your lucky day.

Shortly after the Mission Rock turn-off, a newly constructed game viewing loop to Lake Bhangazi does not quite match up the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi for variety of wildlife, it does however presents the opportunity of sighting Rhino, Buffalo and other antelope.



Mission Rock Picnic areaGuided Night-Drives:

Guided night-drives through the Eastern Shores depart from the St. Lucia village on a daily basis, enquire at St. Lucia Safari Lodge reception desk for support to make bookings.

Picnic at Mission Rock:

Mission Rock is also very popular for rock fishing and braai in the picnic area that has been created under the trees. Mission Rock is about 20 kilometers from St. Lucia Safari Lodge - some exellent photographic opportunities.