Sodwana Bay, meaning ‘little one on its own’ in Zulu, lies within the Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park, a World Heritage Site, and forms part of a continuous protected area stretching 150 km from the Mozambique border south to Cape Vidal and 3 nautical miles out to sea. In addition to a prime hotel and lodge, self-catering holiday chalets, tent sites and caravan parks are spread through many hectares of coastal forest making Sodwana a leading domestic holiday destination.
Sodwana Bay also provides an access point to 50km of unspool reefs for beach revellers, divers and anglers to indulge in the spectacular coastline and warm Indian Ocean (above and below the surface). The famous coelacanth once believed to be extinct is just one of 1 200 fish species identified here.
Accommodation in Sodwana Bay
Places to stay with Accommodation in Sodwana Bay which includes hotels, self catering accommodation, guest houses, bed and breakfast, lodges etc.
Sodwana Bay Activities
Discover all of Sodwana Bay's riches from activities such as scuba diving, fishing, boating turtle tours, and ocean tours. It isn’t only scuba diving that makes this beautiful area, covered with dense coastal forest, there is bird watching and hiking - there is a 5 km self-guided trail for nature lovers – horse back trails, make this a destination for the whole family.
A great selection of Restaurants, coffee shops and pubs to choose from!
Sodwana Bay forms part of the Zululand Birding Route, for more info please visit www.zululand-birding-route-info.co.za