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The Restaurant at Mseni

Sodwana Bay Beach, mbazwana Kwa-Zulu Natal

bookings@mseni.co.za

Tel: +27 33  345 6531

The restaurant overlooks the Indian Ocean and offers stunning panoramic views.

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While sipping cocktails and sundowners on our restaurant deck, you can look for the seasonal passage of whales or regular sightings of dolphins. You may often hear the sound of cheering, as there is great excitement when eating mouthwatering food in the company of good friends and having our ocean neighbours passing by.

Mseni Beach Lodge restaurant is certainly the place where people arrive as strangers and leave as friends!

The restaurant is open from 06h15 until 21h00.  Breakfast served until 11h00, while an À-la-carte menu is available throughout the day for lunch and dinner.  We have a variety of mouthwatering dishes from flavorful seafood to our famous Mseni prego roll and pizzas.

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Leatherbacks Restaurant 

Sodwana Bay Main Road Sodwana
reservations@sodwanabaylodge.com

Tel: +27 35 571 9101

Sodwana Bay Lodge has much to offer when it comes to eating out. We cater for all ages!

The lodge restaurant - Leatherbacks Seafood and Grill, boasts a varied menu, attentive service and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Tour groups, diving groups or school groups, we are here to accommodate your catering and dietary needs.

And for those who love to relax on hot sunny afternoons, you can spend it at the lodge's popular poolside bar with a refreshing cocktail.

The warm Indian Ocean currents from Mozambique wash into the shores of Maputaland. A timeless realm of outstanding bio-diversity and beauty. On the relatively untouched Eastern sea-board of Southern Africa lies wide lakes, golden beaches and towering dunes.

 

Here Africa’s infamous big 5 become the big 6, where the humpback whale joins the majestic lion, rhino, elephant, leopard and buffalo.

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Accommodation

Triton Dive Lodge

Triton Dive Lodge, Olakeni Reserve, Mbazwana, Sodwana Bay, 3974

tritondiving@mweb.co.za

Tel: 082 494 8761

Come to South Africa and scuba dive with Triton Dive Lodge in Sodwana Bay for the best scuba diving experience available. We offer accommodation and scuba dive excursions for all levels of experience.

Scuba diving in Sodwana is a must and a trip to KwaZulu Natal in South Africa would be incomplete without spending some time at Triton Dive Lodge in Sodwana Bay and experiencing our amazing Coral Reefs. The unspoilt Sodwana Bay coastline and endless sandy beaches gently slope into the clear warm blue waters of the Indian Ocean where a pristine tropical underwater paradise awaits you for a Triton diving experience of a lifetime.

Triton Dive Lodge is just far enough off the beaten track to ensure absolute peace and tranquility with no unwanted distractions.

Triton Dive Lodge’s accommodation ranges from comfortable two and four sleeper thatched cabins to double ensuite chalets and fully equipped two bedroom units neatly spaced around the premises to ensure maximum privacy. The rooms are airy, spacious and comfortable with an African theme.Undescribed Jelly Fish

When you are not scuba diving on Sodwana's abundant reefs, other Triton Dive Lodge facilities include a shady decked pool area for cooling off during the day, a restaurant and lounge, curio shop and a licenced bar. Triton's equipped communal kitchen and barbecue area serves those who prefer the self catering option.

 

Triton Dive Lodge has a very tranquil and natural atmosphere, with large lawn areas and shady indigenous trees making it a lush oasis even in the height of summer. Relaxed evenings see friendly people swapping diving tales whilst barbecuing under the bright African stars, alternatively a scrumptious meal and a bottle of South African wine from Triton’s Restaurant is a winning combination.

Vis - Agie Resort

1 Main Road, Sodwana Bay, 3974

bookings@visagieresort.com

Tel: +27 66 344 2487

Vis-Agie Resort invites you to Sodwana Bay, home to the southern most tropical coral reefs on the planet, which are further south than the Great Barrier Reef.

We offer accommodation in the form of Self Catering Houses or Rustic Wooden Cabins which are room type only.

Send us a quick note and we will help you book the perfect accommodation for your requirements and budget.

We look forward to meeting you.

The resort has an a la carte restaurant, braai area and swimming pool.

Cabins (Bed Only) x14:
The wooden cabins sleep up to four guests. They have an en-suite bathroom with a shower and are equipped with ceiling fans. Cabins are serviced once a day.

Marlin House x1:
This is the perfect home away from home for families. The house has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, bar, air-conditioning and braai facilities.

Cuta House x1:
The house has ample parking, a lawn area with deck and braai facilities. It is equipped with linen, a fridge / freezer, two plate stove, microwave, cutlery and crockery.

Sodwana Bay Lodge


Sodwana Bay Main Road

reservations@sodwanabaylodge.com

Tel: +27 35 571 9101

The warm Indian Ocean currents from Mozambique wash into the shores of Maputaland. A timeless realm of outstanding bio-diversity and beauty. On the relatively untouched Eastern sea-board of Southern Africa lies wide lakes, golden beaches and towering dunes.

 

Here Africa’s infamous big 5 become the big 6, where the humpback whale joins the majestic lion, rhino, elephant, leopard and buffalo.

Nestled behind the world's highest vegetated sand dunes, you will find Sodwana Bay Lodge. Just 6km from the beach, Sodwana Bay Lodge has been carefully designed to match the rustic, simplistic natural beauty of nature's surroundings.

Tastefully decorated wooden thatched chalets that offer boastful scenic views. Offering twin or double occupancy. Our chalets are situated right in the heart of the Lodge's diving and fishing centres and are adjacent to our fully licensed Leatherbacks Restaurant, swimming pool and bar.

Sodwana Bay Lodge offers a wide range of activities and experiences, well suited for the adventurer in you. A few of our popular activities are: whale watching, scuba diving and quad biking adventures.

Coming with a group? No problem! We offer team building activities as well as group activities. Let the adventure begin!

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Activities

Isimangaliso Wetland Park 

 

iSimangaliso Wetland Park

info@isimangaliso.com

Tel: +27 39 001 1010

The incredibly beautiful series of beaches, coral reefs, lakes, swamps, wetlands, woodlands, coastal forests and grasslands that stretch all the way from Kosi Bay, virtually on the Mozambican border, to Cape St Lucia in the south collectively form the first of eight South African UNESCO World Heritage sites.

There is a wealth of diversity of bird and animal life that ranges from whales, dolphins, sea turtles, and incredible waterfowl - such as storks, pelicans, terns and herons; well over 500 South African bird species including the Madagascar fish eagle, the Nile crocodile, South Africa’s largest hippo population, elephant, black and white rhino, giraffe, buffalo and a range of antelope that includes waterbuck, impala and kudu.

iSimangaliso Wetland Park includes Lake St Lucia, the St Lucia and Maputaland Marine Reserves, the Coastal Forest Reserve, the Kosi Bay Natural Reserve and Mkuze Game Reserve – no fewer than 328 000 hectares of pristine natural ecosystems, and the country’s third largest protected land mass.

A considerable part of the park centres on the huge estuary, Lake St Lucia – part of the largest estuarine system in Africa - that runs parallel to the coast line with the world’s highest forested sand dunes sandwiched between the estuary and the sea.

The park is one of South Africa’s most popular destinations, and, aside from the numerous hiking trails, offers fishing, rock and surf fishing, estuary fishing and deep sea fishing, as well as diving, horse riding, game viewing and whale and bird watching.

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