Safaris / Activities

Our activities are an amazing experience. Here in Kosi Bay you can explore the world – a beautiful blend of nature, ocean, underwater life, birdlife, lakes, forest and villages. Absolutely recommendable! We love making memories with you……

Contact us for your next Safari!

Call on 072 446 1525


You will need a permit from Parks Board Office to enter the Isimangaliso Wetland Park. The entry permits are valid for Kosi Mouth, Black Rock and Isimangaliso Reserve Camp at the lakes.


Kosi Bay Mouth is a pristine paradise with clear waters, thick forests & swamps and most importantly, the sandy beaches. Moreover, its untouched natural beauty is a haven for a wide variety of wildlife ranging from mammals to birds and fish. 

You can contact us now (072 446 1525 or email for your Kosi Mouth excursion.


Take a hike trough the sub-tropical Raffia Forest. Experience the vegetation type that is unique to this part of South Africa.

Call us now at 072 446 1525 or email us to book your hiking trip through these giants.


The fish kraals have been in existence for hundreds of years and are a source of sustenance to the Tembe Tribal people. Age old traditions passed down by generations of tribal existence that still continues.

Call us now at 072 446 1525 or email us to learn more about the fish traps.


Tembe Elephant Park is real wild country. The park is situated within the sand-veld ecological zone and consists mainly of closed woodland and secondary thicket formation. The zone falls within a transition area between tropical and sub-tropical forms and therefore is home to a great diversity of vegetation as well as over 340 bird species, making it a delight for bird lovers

Give us a call at 072 446 1525 or email us at to make reservations for your Tembe trip.


Life begins at the end of your comfort zone they say! If you have never sat on a horse, with us at Kosi Bay Horse Trails you will have a great time trying it out for the first time. Our horses are calm and careful, we are safety conscious and know what we are doing. 

We regret but currently we do not do any horse riding activities, however you are welcome to visit our horses in their paddock! Call us to make an appointment with them 072 446 1525


Kosi Bay offers bird lovers a paradise among the coastal and dune forests, grasslands and wetlands where you will see birdlife of every description. Kosi Bay is not a cohesive conservation area and one needs to visit the different birding areas on individual excursions.

Give us a call or WhatsApp at 072 446 1525 or email us at Tours are between 4 to 8 hours, depending on all the sites we visit. Remember to take your binoculars, camera, bird book and comfy shoes, something to eat and drink. It is going to be a long day!


Hop on a boat for a cruise around the 4 Lake system, see Hippo, flamingo, and the old crocs.  A 3 hour lake cruise traveling over 3 lakes viewing the beauty of Kosi Bay, going past the Fish Kraals/Traps; Snorkeling in the one of the side channels; and for the bird lovers, you will find a variety of Kingfishers,  Grey Heron, Rosy-throated Longclaw,  African Pygmy-Goose, Palm-nut Vulture, African Fish Eagle, Pel’s Fishing Owl.

Give us a call at 072 446 1525 or email us at to make arrangements for your next boat cruise.


You will need a 4 x 4 vehicle to visit most of the beaches in and around Kosi Bay, or known as untouched African paradise! Explore with us Bhanga Nek, Black Rock, Lala nek, Sodwana Bay, or do beach hopping and see all the remote beaches in one day!

Give us a call at 072 446 1525 or email us at for more information.


Hiking is fun and is a great travel experience, also an awesome way to immerse yourself in nature which is good for the mind and body. Our hiking trails promise to be an awesome experience!

Give us a call at 072 446 1525 or email us at for more information.


An adventurous night excursion to look for nesting Leatherback and Loggerhead turtles. In November and December, you are likely to see them nesting and laying eggs. From January to March, you have a good chance of seeing hatchling turtles making their way to the sea in the moonlight.

Turtle Tours (November – March):  Turtle tours to Bhanga Nek can be arranged through us. Give us a call at 072 446 1525. Seats are limited!


Every winter pods of whales embark on their annual migration from Antarctica to the South East African coast to mate and calve, one of the lengthiest migrations in the world. The migration to the warmer climate ensures the safety of calves, from their natural predators the Orcas, as well as increases their survival rate in the warmer environmental conditions. They migrate to cold waters in high latitudes to feed and then move on to warmer waters to mate and give birth.

July, August, and September mean whale watching season! To experience these ethereal mammals in all their glory you will have to visit St. Lucia or Ponta do Oura in Mozambique. This activity is unfortunately not available in our area anymore, to our regret.

WE REGRET, No Quad Bikes, Jetski’s, Water skiing, Kite surfing, Wake Boarding, Barefoot Skiing, Fly boarding, Parasailing, boat tubing.

Quad Bikes are absolutely not allowed as they are off road vehicles (not licensed to be on a public road).  All the roads in our area, leading to the lakes, the lodges and private dwellings are accessed by the public and are therefore considered a public road. ​

Jetski’s, Water skiing, Kite surfing, Wake Boarding, Barefoot Skiing, Fly boarding, Parasailing, boat tubing: Not allowed on the lakes or the estuary.