Bookings and Information

Please note that due to our remote location of paradise, internet connection may not always be available.

Kindly feel free to WhatsApp any booking requests directly through to our management team to ensure a timeous response.

Thank you.
071 405 7510

Please Note:

Kosi Bay Valley Lodge is only accessible by 4x4, or 4x2 with high ground clearance due to the nature of the in and out roads.



Low Season

Adults: R285 pppn

Children 7-18: R145 pppn

Children under 6: Free

Peak Season

During all School Holidays

Adults: R385 pppn

Children 7-18: R195 pppn

Children under 6: Free

Back Packers

Own Linen & Bedding required
Clean your own Chalet

Adults: R100 pppn

Children 7-18: R50 pppn

Children under 6: Free

Long Stay

Stay more than 5 nights OFS

Adults: R200 pppn

Children under 6: Free

Please complete the booking enquiry form

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Service Information

- Your Chalet will be serviced by our housekeepers daily
- A laundry service is available at a cost of R60 per load.
- A limited DSTV bouquet is available at the Restaurant/Bar Area.
- If you should require firewood, please arrange in advance at reception
- Selling of ice is a 3kg bag for R20.00

- We regret that there are no Credit card facilities available at our lodge. The following banks and or ATM’s can be found in town – FNB, ABSA, Standard Bank, Nedbank & Capitec. 

If you have any additional enquiries please feel free to speak to any or our management or staff.

Malaria Area

- We are in a low risk malaria area, but all regular precautions are recommended.
- Make use of Mosquito coils, Vaporizing mats, Repellents such as Peaceful Sleep/Tabard/Mylol, Mosquito Nets, Doom for Mosquito's and/or Citronella candles or oil to minimize contact with mosquitoes.
- Wear socks and shoes in the evening and use mosquito nets at night
- Signs and Symptoms of Malaria include Fever, malaise, headache, Nausea, Chills and sweating. Symptoms may subside and reoccur.


Day entry Permits are required when visiting places in the Kosi Bay Nature Reserve including Kosi Mouth, Black Rock, Rocktail Bay, Lala Neck and Bhanga Neck. Please remember that on one is allowed to overnight at any of the beaches and no permits are available for overnight accommodation.

All fishermen must be in possession of a valid fishing license. Permits for night fishing can be obtained for Kosi Mouth during the full moon only (3 days). Get them at the permit office. For anyone launching a boat on third lake, be sure to pay the launching fees at the EKZNW Offices. Anyone Launching a Boat must have a vallid Skippers License and Buoyancy Certificate.

Permits can be acquired from the EKZNW office, which is situated in the reserve, 1.2kms from Kosi Bay Valley Lodge. Only a limited amount of Permits are issued per day, per site. So please plan ahead to avoid disappointment. We would be happy to obtain your desired permits on your behalf, please give us at least 24 hours notice. The permit office is open daily between 8am and 4pm.

NOTE: Most of the activities in the area take place in iSimangaliso Wetland Park – South Africa’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site. Permits are required to access the park. These permits may be obtained from a number of Ezemvelo KZN permit offices in the area and the nearest permit office is just two kilometres away from us. Please talk to us about arranging your activities in advance in order to ensure that you get the most out of your stay in Kosi Bay. Permits cost R 40 per vehicle and R 40 per person so we encourage you to obtain a KZN Wildlife Rhino Card as entry to the Park is then free. Contact the Rhino Club on (033) 845 1008 to obtain a Rhino Card. The number of permits to beaches is limited to a number of vehicles per day and they are issued on a first come first serve basis. One is not allowed to overnight inside the Park and no permits are available for overnight accommodation.




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