Sodwana Bay Lodge is located on the untouched eastern seaboard, where wide lakes and lagoons shimmer with life. There you will find stretches of beautiful forest populated with rare and protected animals; this is one of the greatest sections of the South African coastline. Here Africa’s infamous big 5 become the big 6, where the humpback whale joins the majestic lion, rhino, elephant, leopard and buffalo.
The chalets are tastefully decorated and offer privacy as well as incredible views. These picturesque views have you feeling like you can reach out and touch the whales swimming by. Sodwana Bay Lodge is situated 5km away from the beach.
A range of wonderful activities including deep sea fishing, quad biking are perfect for the adventurer in you. There are many different diving courses on offer, starting with the “discover scuba diver course”, or for the more advanced there is the Dive Master’s course to name only a few.
Whale watching tours are also on offer. From June to November, humpback whales pass along the coastline during their annual migration from their feeding grounds in the Antarctic, to calve off the coast of Mozambique.
These phenomenal mammals can weigh up to 45 tons, are sometimes visible from the shoreline, however a boat-based whale watching tour is the best experience by far.
For team building there are also treasure hunts, microlight flights and scuba dives. The Sodwana Bay Lodge offers ideal conference facilities, which can accommodate up to 50 Delegates, in cinema style.
The first-class restaurant will provide meals for those wanting to indulge, while for a more relaxed atmosphere you can enjoy a set meal at the boma.