Great location for: relaxing, kayaking & snorkelling in a beautiful setting, Tasty meals, followed by relaxing around a fire-pit, star gazing. Opportunities to learn about the traditional hand-made fish traps, passed down from generation to generation, for over 200 years, trapping fish moving in and out of the estuary with the tide, before spearing some fish, which were wrapped in banana leaves and BBQ'd on the fire pit for supper. Excellent opportunities for interacting with the locals including: a visit to the primary school, visiting a Zulu homestead, boat trips in the lakes. The lodges were clean and comfortable and the staff were kind and keen to ensure each guests stay was right.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our community camp is a rustic haven in the dunes surrounding the lakes of Kosi Bay. Situated just 10-minutes 4x4 drive from the beach and the stunningly beautiful bay with its incredible 'aquarium' for snorkelling. The reed chalets, which are very basic but comfortable, each have twin beds and an en-suite shower and toilet. This is a no-frills, non-luxury destination. We recommend it for adventurous travellers that like to get away from 'civilisation'. We offer DB&B or self-catering accommodation (the kitchen is communal). Activities available: snorkelling, kayaking, cultural fish-trap tours, short hikes, boat trips, turtle tours (November to January). ... more less
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