Kosi Bay


Kosi Bay is situated on the North Coast of Kwa-Zulu Natal, just a few kilometres from the Mozambique border. Kosi Bay is well-known for its four natural lake systems which form part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Kosi Mouth is known as “the aquarium” because of the clarity of the water and the abundance of fish species. It is one of the quietest beaches in South Africa. Kosi Bay is also home to the famous 700+ year old traditional Tsonga fish traps (Fish kraals).</p> <p>Kingfisher Bush Lodge opened its doors in May 2018 and has already had many guests from around the globe visiting this unique part of South Africa. The lodge border’s iSimangaliso Kosi Bay Reserve and is approx. 1.6km from third lake, Lake Nhlange.

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