Kosi Bay is a series of four interlinked lakes in the Maputaland area. The lakes form part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The closest town is Manguzi, some 13 kilometres away from it. Kosi Bay estuary is only 2 kilometres from the Mozambique border. It is possible to walk from the estuary to Ponta do Ouro in only an hour or so. It is one of the quietest beaches in South Africa.
The Kosi River Mouth is known as “the aquarium” because of the clarity of the water and the abundance of fish species.
Bird watching, skippered boat cruises, guided 4×4 safaris, hiking trails, canoeing and snorkeling, turtle tracking – (seasonal), surf angling from unspoiled beaches, boat fishing on the lake, fly-fishing, game reserve safaris are some of the wonderful experiences you can enjoy during your stay.
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