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At the beach in rivers and lagoons
  • Beaches along the Elephant Coast are not protected, and swimming is at your own risk, especially when the tides are turning, and at dusk and dawn.
  • Swimming in rivers and lagoons is not safe due to most inland waters having resident hippos and crocodiles.
  • Swim only in day light.
  • Obey instructions of officials.
  • Do not take valuables to the beach, always leave them in a safety deposit box at your hotel.
  • Use adequate sun protection cream.
  • When encountering difficulties in the sea, raise one hand above your head and shout.
  • Do not take glass bottles to the beach.
  • Avoid mixing alcohol and swimming.
  • When you swim in the sea consider asking your neighbour to keep an eye on your belongings or leave your belongings in the boot of your car.
  • Basic snacks, food and cold drinks are only available at St Lucia, Cape Vidal and Sodwana Bay beaches.
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