AmaZulu Lodge

Found in the North-East of Kwazulu-Natal on the Elephant Coast, AmaZulu Lodge offers an authentic African ambience and comfortable accommodation, with all rooms and the main area under quaint thatch roofs. Guests can expect a swimming pool, a lounge, charming surrounding gardens, a reception and a breakfast and boma area. There is a fitness centre to stay fit during a stay and a beauty salon which offers a range of treatments.

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  • Flexible booking terms
  • Secured deposit
  • 100% financial protection
  • Stringent safety & hygiene standards
  • Tried & trusted by our clients
  • Emergency medical care

The rooms at AmaZulu are relatively stylish with large bathrooms that feature a shower and bath. The colour scheme is predominantly African, with oranges and browns owning the decor. The rooms take inspiration from the round Zulu huts and provide a number of modern amenities, including a TV and air conditioning. Rooms possess either king, queen or twin beds. Two of the rooms are designated for families and provide and extra sleeper couch.

Nearby there is plenty to explore with The Greater St Lucia Wetland Park offering the chance to discover 5 different eco-systems. The Park was declared a World Heritage Site in 1999. The lodge is an excellent stopover point for those moving on to another destination, particularly guests who are set to go on safari.

Getting There

Around a 2 hour 40 minute drive from Durban International Airport.


Horse riding, kayaking, whale watching and nearby golfing.

Read what our previous clients thought of AmaZulu Lodge

Review of AmaZulu Lodge

Jayne & Symon Ross

We loved the design of the rooms and the location, staff a little less helpful than our other stops initially but St. Lucia was one of our favourite stops on the trip and the kids enjoyed seeing monkeys at the hotel!

20/08/2019 Read full trip review

Review of AmaZulu Lodge

Mrs Georgina Burns

We enjoyed it here in St Lucia. It was easy to get out and do things in the town and the rooms were fine. The hotel staff were very helpful with advice for trips out etc. We did an excellent bike tour around St Lucia too and had a good day driving ourselves around the Isimangaliso Park where we saw Black Rhino amongst other things.

13/08/2014 Read full trip review

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