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In the far North Eastern corner of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, lies one of nature’s last frontiers – Kosi Bay! It forms part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park – the first natural World Heritage Site in South Africa to be accorded this distinction.
Unique in its people, resources, ecology and culture, Kosi Bay epitomises the incredible splendour of untouched Africa at its most pristine. Kosi Bay is often described as the last outpost of untouched African paradise; pristine beauty as originally created.
Age old traditions passed down by generations of tribal existence still continue to this day in untainted originality. Kosi Bay is a system of four lakes ranging from freshwater to saline that feed into the ocean.
Kosi Bay Lodge Private Chalets is set in this tropical paradise on the boundary to the Wetland Park and is the perfect base for your exploring adventures. Kosi Bay Lodge Private Chalets: KBLPC resides within the Kosi Bay Lodge premises itself. The original Lodge has been running for more than 20 years.
Kosi Bay Lodge Private Chalets are privately owned rustic self-catering chalets that form part of the cohesive Kosi Bay Lodge operations located in Kosi Bay, KwanGwanase, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Each privately owned chalet consist of two twin-units sleeping between
4 - 8 persons.
These chalets don't only cater for holiday accommodation, but also give private investors the opportunity to own a little piece of heaven within the secure “umbrella” of an estabilished Lodge.
The area has so much to offer, including lake and beach fishing, snorkeling, game viewing and is a paradise for children of all ages. Day trips are available into Mozambique, sunset cruises and lazy days at the beach. What more could you ask for!