Kosi Bay Kzn wildlife Campsite
- On the coast in northeast corner of KwaZulu-Natal therefore forms part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage Site.
- Five-hour drive from Durban. Mozambique border forms the northern boundary of the protected area and the Indian Ocean the eastern boundary.
- Kosi Bay system consists of four lakes connected by a series of meandering channels with fringing wetlands and therefore is one of the most fascinating and beautiful pristine lake systems on the African coast.
- Kosi system is home to a large variety of birds and animals including hippo and crocodile.
- It is a wonderland of clear blue sea, wetlands and lakes.
- Rare Raffia Palm and its concomitant Palmnut Vulture, wild date palms, mangrove swamps and sycamore fig forests all combining to form a home for over 250 species of birds, as well as bushbuck, duiker and monkeys.
- 5 campsites situated near the lakeshore which are booked at a premium rate
- 10 campsites that are situated away from the water. All campsites have electric plug points.
- Ablutions with hot and cold water are available.
Book at www.kznwildlife.com