Kosi Bay Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
Kosi Bay Accommodation - Kosi Moon - iSimangaliso Wetlands Park, Kosi Bay, South Africa.
KOSI MOON Bed and Breakfast house and chalets offer accommodation on a fully catered, semi-catered and self-catering basis. We are located in Kosi Bay, Maputaland, along the Elephant Coast in Northern KwaZulu Natal South Africa.
The main house is situated in thick bush, overlooking the sand forest and the largest lake in the Kosi Bay Nature Reserve 4-lake system. Our aim is to provide our guests with a comfortable, friendly environment that will enhance their beach and bush experience.
Located in one of the most remote corners of South Africa, the Kosi Bay area allows the discerning, nature-conscious guest access to vast areas of unspoilt bush. In addition, the stunning natural beaches, lakes and cultural heritage add significantly to the mystique and beauty of this area.
The Kosi Bay Lake System comprises a four-lake estuary system that runs parallel with the ocean. Salinity ranges from a fresh water lake, where the largest indigenous forest of raffia palms occur, to the warm, clear Indian Ocean 12 Km away.
The Kosi Bay lake system is surrounded by coastal sand forest offering some of the most beautiful and tranquil walks imaginable. The local beaches in the area stretch from Kosi Bay Mouth (where the estuary system exits to the Indian Ocean), to Lala Nek and southward to Mabibi. In the absence of any commercial development these beaches will astound any visitor with their pure natural beauty and warm tropical waters.
Special sights include Kosi Bay Mouth where you can view the traditional fish traps called utshwayelo and snorkel in the estuary - Black Rock, Bhanga Nek, Rocktail Bay, Lala Nek, Raffia Forest, The Kosi Bay Lake System, Tembe Elephant Park (Big5), Ndumo Game Park and don't forget Ponta Do Ouro, just across the border in Moçambique. As if this isn't enough, the open expanses of Natal Bush and winding 4x4 trails should certainly make an impression on even the most jaded traveller .
This is where the Palm Nut Vulture resides side by side with the Giant Raffia Palm. Sightings of these Vultures are made regularly. Many other interesting birds like the Purple Crested Turaco & Trumpeter Hornbills adorn the trees, whilst the cries of the African Fish Eagle fill the air.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 11 April 2012 19:41)