Kosi Forest Lodge
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Kosi Forest Lodge is nestled in a sand forest on the shores of the Kosi Lakes System in the north eastern section of the fascinating iSimangaliso Wetland Park.
Kosi Forest Lodge is Lodge is set in a beautiful sand forest on the banks of Lake Shengeza in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park. The vibrant African town of Manguzi is a 20 minute 4×4 transfer from the lodge. Richards Bay (3.5hrs) and Durban (6hrs) lie south of Manguzi.
Kosi Forest Lodge is set in a beautiful sand forest on the banks of the Kosi Lakes system and provides unique accommodation in Isimangaliso. The thatched bush suites are carefully positioned to provide guests with privacy and an intimacy with the peaceful surroundings. The romantic en-suite bathrooms are open-air, giving guests a truly unique experience. Guests can relax at the pool with its unsurpassed views of Lake Shengeza.
Kosi Forest Lodge is all about the Isimangaliso wetland park activities. To truly appreciate the beauty of this unique eco-system of intertwined lakes, waterways, ancient forests and grasslands you need to spend a few days exploring either by canoe, motorised boat or on foot. Nothing is quite as peaceful as exploring the waterways by guided canoe as the early morning sunlight reflects the magnificent trees that line channels. This is a birder’s paradise where one is often lucky enough to spot the rare Palmnut Vulture perched at the very top of the Raffia Palms.
Kosi Bay Nature Reserve
This unspoiled nature reserve surrounds the rare and beautiful Kosi Bay lake system. It has been incorporated into the Isimangaliso Wetland Park, an internationally recognised World Heritage Site. The 11,000ha, 30km-long reserve is a tropical paradise of crystal clear water, marshland, swamp and coastal forests that is home to about 250 species of bird. Kosi Forest Lodge is the only private lodge in the nature reserve.
Hippo and crocodile bask in and around the lakes and the reserve provides a haven for a variety of rare fish, flora and fauna. The Kosi lake system has long been regarded as the best-preserved large estuary system on South Africa’s Indian Ocean coastline.
Kosi Forest Lodge