Kosi Bay - Fish Kraal
Kosi Bay - River
Kosi Bay - Sea
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Kosi Bay - Camping
Kosi Bay - Fish Traps

Attractions in Kosi Bay

  • Kosi is one of the most fascinating and beautiful pristine lake systems on the African coastline, a get-away-from-it-all coastal paradise where humpback whales are seen on their northerly calving migration to Mocambique, loggerhead and leatherback turtles lay their eggs on the beaches at night in summer and local people practice a unique and age-old form of subsistence fishing.
  • Kosi Bay Camp has fifteen shady open campsites in a beautiful coastal bush setting that can accommodate up to seven guests each. Each site has cold running water, barbecue facilities and a plug point.
  • Two modem ablutions feature hot and cold running water, flush toilets and showers, but no dishwashing or laundry facilities.
  • The camp also features three fully equipped self-catering cottages set deep in the beautiful coastal forest.
  • Kosi Bay Camp is situated on the western shore of Lake Nhlange, the largest in the Kosi system.
  • To access the Kosi mouth and the Indian Ocean beaches is a 45 minute drive requiring a 4X4 vehicle. The drive is spectacular with views across the fish kraal dotted lake to the sea as you crest the huge coastal dunes.
  • The condition of the last 7 kilometres of the Kosi Bay Camp entrance road varies according to season and weather so it is recommended that prospective visitors phone before setting off. As most of the 'roads' in the area are sand tracks a 4X4 is required to fully access all the areas of the park.