Experiences

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for families

Kosi Forest Lodge is an outdoor paradise for children, set under the canopy of the sand forest, kids can run barefoot and explore all there is to see and do.

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cuisine

Sensibly led by our Group Executive Chef Carl Moller, for over a decade, our kitchens are constructed on his signature approach of responsible sourcing and fresh, fresh, fresh. Every meal needs to be a delight and respectful of our guests wanting to feel light and healthy and ready for the next culinary adventure in a…

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canoeing

The Kosi lake system is a watery labyrinth unlike any other in the world, and is well worth exploring on a trip to Kosi Forest Lodge. Nothing is quite as peaceful as exploring the waterways and channels of the Kosi lake system by guided canoe, and our canoe trips are a firm favourite with our guests.

Fly fishing at Kosi Forest Lodge

fishing

The Kosi Bay Nature Reserve is a firm fishing favourite, with lake fishing, sea fishing, fly fishing and dropshot fishing available. “Tag and release” fishing is encouraged to help preserve this pristine wilderness region. Strict rules and regulations apply, so please let us know before your stay should you be particularly interested in fishing.

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Kosi Mouth day trip

Kosi Mouth is a true hidden gem where snorkelling in the estuary has been likened to being immersed in an aquarium with literally hundreds of brightly coloured fish, eels and crabs moving busily about amongst the delicate coral. It is an experience not easily forgotten.

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Kosi Lake boat trips

A full day boat trip is a wonderful way to explore the fascinating lakes and channels, learn about Tsonga fish traps, enjoy a picnic and walk to the pristine Bhanga Nek Beach. You’ll find yourself right in the midst of what makes this water world completely unique, surrounded by a vast diversity of plants, birds, animals and marine life.

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turtle tracking

Turtle tracking is an adventurous night-time activity that offers the possibility of witnessing a truly miraculous event as female turtles exit the ocean in search of suitable nesting sites to lay their precious eggs thereby ensuring the ongoing survival of their species.

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birding

Kosi Forest Lodge is a birder’s paradise, with a myriad of ebullient feathered friends welcoming you to the pristine soft sand forest. The rich and diverse birdlife in this region comprises forest, riverine, coastal and grassland varieties and includes more than a few highly sought after species.

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Raphia palm forest walk

Enjoy early morning or late afternoon guided walks through the magnificent Raphia palm forest. Raphia palm trees are one of only six species of palm trees that are indigenous to South Africa. As you walk through the magical forest, listen out for the abundant bird calls and perhaps catch a glimpse of the rare palm-nut vulture.

for families

By admin / June 22, 2022 / Comments Off on for families

Kosi Forest Lodge is an outdoor paradise for children, set under the canopy of the sand forest, kids can run barefoot and explore all there is to see and do.

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cuisine

By admin / June 22, 2022 / Comments Off on cuisine

Sensibly led by our Group Executive Chef Carl Moller, for over a decade, our kitchens are constructed on his signature approach of responsible sourcing and fresh, fresh, fresh. Every meal needs to be a delight and respectful of our guests wanting to feel light and healthy and ready for the next culinary adventure in a…

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canoeing

By admin / January 21, 2019 / Comments Off on canoeing

The Kosi lake system is a watery labyrinth unlike any other in the world, and is well worth exploring on a trip to Kosi Forest Lodge. Nothing is quite as peaceful as exploring the waterways and channels of the Kosi lake system by guided canoe, and our canoe trips are a firm favourite with our guests.

Read More
Fly fishing at Kosi Forest Lodge

fishing

By admin / January 21, 2019 / Comments Off on fishing

The Kosi Bay Nature Reserve is a firm fishing favourite, with lake fishing, sea fishing, fly fishing and dropshot fishing available. “Tag and release” fishing is encouraged to help preserve this pristine wilderness region. Strict rules and regulations apply, so please let us know before your stay should you be particularly interested in fishing.

Read More

Kosi Mouth day trip

By admin / January 21, 2019 / Comments Off on Kosi Mouth day trip

Kosi Mouth is a true hidden gem where snorkelling in the estuary has been likened to being immersed in an aquarium with literally hundreds of brightly coloured fish, eels and crabs moving busily about amongst the delicate coral. It is an experience not easily forgotten.

Read More

Kosi Lake boat trips

By admin / January 21, 2019 / Comments Off on Kosi Lake boat trips

A full day boat trip is a wonderful way to explore the fascinating lakes and channels, learn about Tsonga fish traps, enjoy a picnic and walk to the pristine Bhanga Nek Beach. You’ll find yourself right in the midst of what makes this water world completely unique, surrounded by a vast diversity of plants, birds, animals and marine life.

Read More

turtle tracking

By admin / January 21, 2019 / Comments Off on turtle tracking

Turtle tracking is an adventurous night-time activity that offers the possibility of witnessing a truly miraculous event as female turtles exit the ocean in search of suitable nesting sites to lay their precious eggs thereby ensuring the ongoing survival of their species.

Read More

birding

By admin / January 18, 2019 / Comments Off on birding

Kosi Forest Lodge is a birder’s paradise, with a myriad of ebullient feathered friends welcoming you to the pristine soft sand forest. The rich and diverse birdlife in this region comprises forest, riverine, coastal and grassland varieties and includes more than a few highly sought after species.

Read More

Raphia palm forest walk

By admin / January 18, 2019 / Comments Off on Raphia palm forest walk

Enjoy early morning or late afternoon guided walks through the magnificent Raphia palm forest. Raphia palm trees are one of only six species of palm trees that are indigenous to South Africa. As you walk through the magical forest, listen out for the abundant bird calls and perhaps catch a glimpse of the rare palm-nut vulture.

Read More