About Kosi Bay Palm Tree Lodge
The Palm Tree Lodge is located in the northernmost part of the St Lucia Wetlands and borders on the greenbelt of the Maputuland coastline. It aims to offer its guests a true feeling of the African bushveld with a little bit of the tropics.
Palm Tree Lodge offers a choice of one of the eight self-catering chalets or 10 Campsites. The chalets can sleep between three to eight people and are furnished with comfortable double or single beds. Each chalet has a private bathroom that consists of a shower only. The kitchen is equipped with a fridge-freezer, a two-plate stove and a kettle. Fans are also provided for your comfort. The chalets have private verandas and guests can make use of the barbecue facilities. The Campsites are equipped with electricity and each has a private barbecue area. The communal ablutions consist of showers only and have washbasins for dishes or laundry. The lodge also has a swimming pool, a trampoline, swings and a pool table, and is sure to keep guests entertained.
Palm Tree Lodge has always encouraged the use of the Gillies which are local guides to show visitors around, and they operate excursions such as fishing guides, tours of local attractions, game viewing trips to the nearby Thembe Elephant Park, Turtle Tours during the months of November to March, or transfers to the local beaches which are only accessible by 4x4 vehicles. A variety of bird species and animals from hippos, crocodiles and bull sharks can be seen in the area.
It is strongly recommended that travellers use 4x4 vehicles as the sands are often very thick. Please note that the use of quad bikes are forbidden as they are off-road vehicles and therefore not licensed to be on public roads; all roads around Palm Tree Lodge are considered public roads.
Palm Tree Lodge and all the local resorts are in a malaria area and guests are asked to take precautions while in the area. Feel the sand between your toes, fall asleep to the sound of palm trees rustling in the wind and marvel at the beauty of the plants and shrubs throughout Palm Tree Lodge; the ideal place to rest, relax and recharge.
Please note that different rates apply to children, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs. Palm Tree Lodge strongly recommends the use of 4x4 vehicles on our roads as the sand is often very thick in places. Guests also need to take precautions against malaria.
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