Cape Vidal is truly one of the most beautiful sports on the KZN North Coast. Situated in the iSimangaliso Wetland, this paradise is full of wildlife, birds, trees and ocean wonders. Snorkelling in the small bay we saw, tens of thousands of fish, moray eels, sea turtles, crayfish and many more. The water is warm and very clean.
The accommodation is a bit run down, however. The chalets have a murky smell, the stoves are old school (takes very long to prepare food), the patio tables and chars are haggard. BUT, it does give you the sense of a forest cabin. Sitting on the patio we saw lots of bush buck , red duiker and one beautiful musseljaatkat. Be aware of the monkeys though. They are very sneaky and will find a way to steal food from the house.
Vidal has grown close to my heart. We’ve been visiting every second week for the past two months. We’ll return very soon, and yes, the murky cabins is well worth the stay.
PLEASE DO NOT FEED THE MONKEYS!!!More
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