The Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park is situated in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, and covers an area of 328,000 hectares of amazing scenery and 280 km of unspoiled coastline. The park was the first park in South Africa to be declared a Natural World Heritage Site. The Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park consists of the St Lucia, Lake St Lucia and the reserves of Maputaland Marine Reserves, Kosi Bay Nature Reserve, and the Coastal Forest Reserve. The park comes in region which is a transitional zone for the flora and fauna of the wildlife of South Africa. The wonderfully diverse range of habitats includes the coastal forests, coastal plains, woodland areas, and various marine systems. The park is the habitat of the largest population of hippopotamus and some 1,000 crocodiles and a variety of other flora and fauna.
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