Mabibi Turtle Tracking

Maputoland or Northern KwaZulu Natal on the far north eastern coast of South Africa offers some of the best turtle viewing in the world. In season you can see giant Leatherback and Loggerhead turtles nesting on pristine beaches. The turtle nesting activity takes place from November to March.

The leatherback turtle, Dermochelys coriacea is the largest of all living sea turtles and the largest reptile behind the crocodile.

Tours are a nocturnal beach walk or 4X4 safari. So experience…

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Turtle Tours South Africa
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Maputoland or Northern KwaZulu Natal on the far north eastern coast of South Africa offers some of the best turtle viewing in the world. In season you can see giant Leatherback and Loggerhead turtles nesting on pristine beaches. The turtle nesting activity takes place from November to March.

The leatherback turtle, Dermochelys coriacea is the largest of all living sea turtles and the largest reptile behind the crocodile.

Tours are a nocturnal beach walk or 4X4 safari. So experience the thrill of watching the night skies, ghost crabs and these magnificent creatures preforming their ancient egg-laying rituals.

Turtle Tours South Africa Operators

KwaZulu-Natal North Coast | Turtle Tracking - Kosi Forest Lodge

Turtle tracking takes place during breeding season (November to February). Depart the lodge in the late afternoon and return at approximately 11 pm. Note that you may return after midnight if you need to cover a greater distance to try and find a turtle. Please note that young children may find it arduous due to the amount of walking and the lateness of the hour. The excursion does not return...

Mabibi | Turtle Tracking - Thonga Beach Lodge - Turtle Tours

Thonga Beach Lodge is very proud to be an integral part of the Ezemvelo Wildlife Turtle Monitoring Program. Every year between November and December female leatherback and loggerhead turtles return to their exact birth places to nest and lay their eggs. 6 weeks later the hatchlings emerge and scurry to the safety of the sea. Guests are able to witness this miracle of nature by either going on or...