All Comments for Kosibay Bush Lodge

Reviews 16 of 16
Kosi bay bush lodge
Ak Karodia, South Africa - 24 December 2016
Friendly staff and overall a good experience. The single star is for bush lodge accommodation. This was unpleasant and not worth the money. Camping will be a much better option. I will probably go back to the lodge but will only camp.
LISA ORFFER, South Africa - 15 July 2015
Rustic accommodation in chalet.We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.Accommodation very clean and comfortable,did not want for anything.The hosts made us feel like we were part of their family.Mike was fantastic,he arranged all our activities.Everyone went the extra mile. Would definitely return thank you Annelize and Gerhard

Good developments
Caitlin Barford, South Africa - 17 June 2015
Having recently stayed at the lodge I noticed that under the new owners a lot of previous complaints on the site had been addressed. For example brand new bathrooms in the cabins. They are making good developments and have really turned it into a stunning lodge. We had a great stay there and would recommend it. 
Frederik Botha, South Africa - 28 September 2014
the only great thing about the place is the bar , pool and staff
Kosi Bay Inn
Liza human, South Africa - 21 May 2014
Its been 2 months allready since we stayed at Kosi Bay Inn for a short family getaway. Life is going at such a busy pace that I wish we could return to Kosi Bay inn. The owner and management of the lodge went out of their way to make our holiday such a delight and comfortable even after I was at the wrong. I can truly recommend staying at this Lodge and would return as soon as the opportunity arises. Thank you Amalia, Gerrit and your team for a very warm stay at your lodge in March 2014. Blessings die Humans van Pretoria
CARIN BOSHOFF, South Africa - 24 April 2014
Not happy with communial bath and toilet
georgie , South Africa - 11 February 2014
Please communicate to the relevant person enquiring about accommodation that there is no bath and toilet in the cabin. Would not visit again.

Establishment's response

Thank you so much for the comment I just need to bring to your attention that you have booked a cabin chalet And on the description of cabin chalet on safari it is stated that there is only 2 bedrooms and a kitchenette of which you still need to use the ablution blocks and therefor the price is not too much, otherwise I should have charged around R800 per night? We are definitely look into building these chalets their own en-suite. Many thanks.
Camping at Kosi Bay Inn2
Gerhard Strydom, South Africa - 20 January 2014
It was excellent - our first time to camp and everything was well organised at Kosi Bay Inn2. The ablution blocks was nice and clean and the site is well maintained. Will definitely camp there again.
Wished we could have stayed longer
Yolanda Trotter, South Africa - 10 January 2014
We absolutely loved every day of our 7-day stay with Gerhard, Christa and Amelia! We felt at home and will definately be returning ASAP! Thank you for a very memorable week. Sien julle gou weer! Quintin & Yolanda
December 2013
Francois Dippenaar, South Africa - 07 January 2014
Hosts very accommodating, still under new management and lots of improvements done, with more to follow. Would like to go back and experience the "new" Kosi Bay Inn.
Kosi Bay is great
Ruan Clercq, Belgium - 16 July 2013
Really enjoyed our stay at Kosi Bay Inn. The accommodation was really cheap and the excursions offered by our host was the cheapest in the area. We made an excursion to the Kosi Bay mouth (A must!) and to Ponta d'Ouro with our host. The excursions were great. The chalets are all in need of some attention and we experienced the following problems: (1) the water pipe leading to the chalet made the water smell like petroleum, (2) the stove provided for us was very cheap and one hot plate failed after the second night, (3) the mattresses on the beds are in need of replacement. I would definitely visit Kosi Bay Inn again for a very affordable holiday.
Thank you
Wendy Schonfeldt, South Africa - 31 May 2012
Lovely, comfortable, clean stop over on our way to Mozambique.
Isobel Kolbe, South Africa - 19 January 2012
Arriving at Kosi Bay Inn was like opening a present wrapped in newspaper only to discover that it contains the key to a Ferrari. Our stay was absolutely fantastic. The hosts go out of their way to make your stay not only enjoyable, comfortable and affordable, but to add the extra flair that makes it memorable. Without constantly bugging us, they were always making sure that everything was fine, that we had what we needed and ensured that we always had something fun to do. Apart from the amazing time we had, it should be noted that there are enough ablution blocks to allow for privacy, even while camping, and that all the facilities are clean and safe, (with the most attentive and busy German shepherd to guard your campsite along with a security guard). All in all, a wonderful stay and definitely an establishment that will see a lot of me in the future.
Most wonderful holiday
Klippies Joubert, South Africa - 15 January 2012
What an experience. We had the most wonderful holiday of all times and would visit any time. The hosts were very nice and made us feel welcome from the start. Just give Anton and Bridget time and this will become the number one destination for Kosi Bay.
Camping at Kosi Bay Inn
Sarel Roets, South Africa - 04 January 2012
We camped at Kosi Bay Inn and found it quite nice. During our stay the ablution facilities were kept clean and the inn is centrally located between the various beaches. Some members of our party did stay in the chalets and complained about the chalets themselves, as they where not serviced every day and a bit over priced for what you get. Other than that, the Kosi Bay region is fantastic and something to experience and explore.
Overnight @ Kosi Bay Inn
Bruce Beaton, South Africa - 13 June 2011
We were in transit to Mozambique and discovered this inexpensive spot on the web. We arrived after dark and our hosts were fantastic. They ended up cooking us fresh fish and we handed over our braai meat as a swap. We enjoyed good fellowship and had a comfortable night's rest. Will visit again. I wish them all the best with their building project.

Kosibay Bush Lodge
Kosibay Bush Lodge is situated 5 km north of Emanguzi/Nkwanganase and 10 km from the Mozambican border, in the beautiful tropical area of Kosi Bay which forms part of iSimangaliso Wetland Park on the KwaZulu-Natal's Elephant Coast. Our entrance is directly off the main road/R22.

Accommodation consists of camping, rustic self-catered cabin rooms, caravan sites, tents set up with beds provided and tents for hire. Enjoy campfires and braais in the boma area. Ablution facilities are neat and offer very spacious showers and are serviced daily.

Activities include fishing for rock salmon, grunter and stumpnose bream. There is snorkelling at Kosi Bay Mouth in the estuary, so no worries of big fish in the ocean. This one is a must - most fantastic variety of aquarium fish to see.

Visit Ponta d'Oura in Mozambique, and let us take you diving. One-day courses are available for beginners with an open water dive in the afternoon. Experienced divers bring your gear and discover the reefs. Join in on a night drive to see the giant turtles come in from the sea to lay their eggs from November to February.

If you have never caught a fish, now is your chance to discover what the hype is about at Kosi Bay Lake Fishing Charters and Boat Tours. Ladies are most welcome.

Your hosts are sure to have you trying fun things you might have never tried before. We offer accommodation and tour packages too. Mozambique border parking and shuttles are available. Overnighters for Mozambique stops are welcome.



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