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Durban Beachfront, Morningside, Midlands, Westville, Hillcrest, Durban North, Umdloti Beach, Chaka's Rock, Kloof, Lake Jozini, La Lucia, Cathedral Peak, Champagne castle, Glenwood, Oslo Beach, Glen Ashley, Bluff, Durban, Berea, Durban Central
Kosi Bay consists of a series of interconnected fresh water and saline lakes, formed about 100 million years ago and that drain out – via ancient vegetated dunes – into the Indian Ocean on the north-eastern end of the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. Other than the crystal clear lakes, the Kosi Bay area has the largest swamp and palm forests in South Africa, a great variety of animal and bird life, endless stretches of golden, deserted beach and is surrounded by a nature reserve.
Five species of mangrove tree thrive here and the rural people use ingenious methods to trap fish along the estuary. Sharks, dolphins, turtles and whales are commonly seen in the ocean while hippos, crocodiles and otter frequent the lakes. Approximately 250 bird species have been recorded here including the palmnut vulture, the world’s only vegetarian bird of prey!
Kosi Bay’s climate is sub-tropical and temperatures range between 17° in winter and... Show more
For those who are a little adventurous and enjoy the company of other travellers, you can decide to stay at a Backpackers. Often having to share a room with others as well as costs, it is incredibly inexpensive. Often the best choice for those who may be just passing through or will be occupied for the majority of their day. It comes with the most basic amenities and is often formed as part of a bar or similar establishment. Not recommended for those who want privacy, this is best suited for those who wouldn’t mind meeting various other interesting travellers.