Tea + Coffee
ABOUT THE ROOM
Kosi Forest Lodge is an outdoor paradise for children. Families can easily be accommodated in the two Family Rooms comprising of two rooms each with en-suite shower, toilet and basin, as well as a common outdoor bathroom boma with a shower and bath set in soft white sand. The beds are dressed in crisp linen with wide, draping mosquito nets.
Made of thatch, wood and canvas, the rooms are raised on wooden stilts in the midst of the indigenous forest. All rooms have a private deck, safe, ceiling fans and tea and coffee making facilities.
ROOM RATES Rates per person per night sharing For the Family Room
Aug 2018 - Apr 2019: R3 370 / Night
May 2019 - Jul 2019: R 2 360 / Night
Aug 2019 - Apr 2020: R 3 120 / Night
May 2020 - Jul 2021: R 2 550 / Night
Single Supplement: Plus 30%
Children sharing with adults 0-3 years: No charge
Children sharing with adults 4-12 years: 50% Of Adult Rate
Children sharing with adults 13-18 years: 75% Of Adult Rate
EXPERIENCES AT KOSI
PACKAGES & TRAVEL IDEAS
We had a wonderful stay at Kosi Forest Lodge in October. We were collected from a nearby town as the lodge really is in the middle of nowhere. The lodges are small but nicely furnished and in beautiful tranquil settings.
The food is excellent with very large portions of fresh food.
The staff go out of their way to make your stay special. There are great trips including canoeing on the lakes.
It takes a while to get used to the limited Wi-fi but is a great excuse for a digital detox.
We had a great stay and would highly recommend this location to those who love nature, peace and quiet.
Col and Ali
London, United Kingdom
Stayed October 2019
My wife and I stayed for 2 nights and we were impressed beyond expectation! Walking to our rooms in the evening was so magical as the path ways were lit up by gas torches. Mary and Blessing at the lodge was amazing and we were well taken care of.
Cape Town Central, South Africa
Stayed June 2019
We really enjoyed our stay at Kosi Forest Lodge. The lodge offers a real bush feeling and the room we had, was very clean. We also loved the outdoor shower. Meals were served outdoors and were really delicious! In the evenings oil lamps lead the way to your chalet and a turning down service is done. We did the Raffia Palm walk, the canoe trip and the boat trip to the lakes and Bangha Nek. All three activities were great fun and the guides Paqa and George were very informative and funny.
But what makes this lodge so special is the truly friendly and hospitable staff: the managers Thandeka and Blessing, the waitresses, the room attendants, the kitchen staff, the gardeners and the guides. They made you feel so welcome and nothing was too much trouble for them.
Thank you to all of you for a memorable stay!
Stayed April 2019
“Very nice place, cosy and warm”
The place is great, quite rustic but in a very comfortable way, very big bed and large bathroom with an outdoor bath and shower too. The staff is great and the food too. The forest around is just magnificent. Definitely a place to visit again and again.
Stayed January 2019
Kosi Forest Lodge is peaceful and remote. Blessing and his staff are all wonderful. Robert looked after us throughout from collection in Mangusi, walk in the forest, trip to Kozi River Mouth, canoe trip on the water system and return to Mangusi. He is kind, friendly and helpful. The trip on the lakes was amazing - peaceful and interesting. We particularly loved our visit to the River Mouth with picnic. We timed our visit well for low tide when we could walk across the river to the snorkelling site. There we enjoyed seeing a huge variety of colourful fish. It is an unspoilt paradise. The food at the lodge was excellent and the swimming pool has wonderful views over the lake. Early in the morning there were spoonbills and flamingos which we loved. It is a perfect spot for nature lovers who enjoy seclusion and beautiful surroundings.