Not easy to find, Kosi Bay is home to beautiful lakes, reed channels and white beaches, unspoiled and untouched by development. Kosi Bay forms part of the World Heritage Site, the iSimangaliso Wetland Park. Well-known for its natural fish traps that were used for centuries by the indigenous Tsonga people. Home to the leatherback and logger back turtles that weigh up to 450kg, Kosi Bay has many unique sightings for visitors. Nesting takes place during October through to February and once the tiny hatchling turtles hatch, they scramble to the sea – a truly special site for anyone to witness.
Accommodation in Kosi Bay provides comfortable living for all visitors. Kosi Bay accommodation includes a bed and breakfast and a few secluded guesthouses.