Various Kosi Bay accommodation options, activities, a great restaurant and good service – everything you need for your visit to stunning Kosi Bay.
We strive to provide high levels of service and comfort in a relaxed environment. Enjoy the natural and unspoiled beauty of the Kosi Lake systems. We provide fantastic activities, scrumptious food at our restaurant on site and a swimming pool for residents use – the perfect holiday environment!
ABOUT OUR RESTAURANT
Vibrant and delicious join us at our restaurant where we offer traditional Mozambican and local fare. We have an á la carte restaurant menu that will satisfy all diners including a selection of vegetarian dishes. Zodwa at Kosi Bay Casitas is our head chef and her natural talent and passion in the kitchen is evident in food. We have built our very own wood-fired pizza oven where we make delicious pizzas from scratch.
Be sure to try our spicy Zambezi chicken, peri-peri prawns or a selection of curries.
ABOUT KOSI BAY
The Kosi lake system comprises of 4 lakes that are interlinked by sandy channels which lead to the Kosi Bay Mouth – an area renowned for its marine biodiversity and a popular destination for fishermen and snorkelers alike.
Boaters are welcome to bring motor boats along for exploring or fishing on the lakes. No sea launches are allowed at Kosi Bay.
Kosi Mouth is the nearest beach and is renowned for fantastic snorkelling due to the high biodiversity on a small rocky reef in the shallows of the estuary mouth. It is also famous for the fascinating traditional Thonga fish traps providing a vital source of food for the surrounding communities.
Kosi Bay Casitas is within walking distance from 3rd Lake known as Lake Nhlange, where visitors can swim or fish in the crystal-clear waters or take a stroll through the coastal forests and mangrove swamps.
The various beaches and lakes in the area have rock, surf and lake fishermen returning in their attempts to bag kingfish, grunter, snapper and others.
Nature-lovers will delight in seeking out the unusual and highly localised Palm-nut vulture and other interests such as Devil fire-fish, Parrotfish, Cowfish, giant turtles, shoals of lake fishes, raffia forests and beautiful birds and wild flowers in the surrounding grasslands.