Our GPS Coordinates are: S26.959955 / E032.814439
t: 083 294 5617 e: info@kosimoon.co.za


Kosi Bay Surrounding Area
Boats Water Sea
Kosi Bay does not exist. It is a name that refers to the general area of the northern most coast of South Africa, also called the Elephant Coast. Although it is in daily use in place and business names the only real area that possibly could be considered Kosi Bay is the area at the...
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Kosi Turtles
Every year a spectacular event happens along the Kosi coast line this being Turtle Nesting Season. The season opens in October with the first female loggerhead and leatherback turtles coming ashore to lay their eggs. Other turtles also lay eggs on the beaches these being green and hawksbill turtles but these are smaller and less...
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Farazela Border Post
Many people who are either staying in Kosi Bay or are passing though will be looking for information relating to the local border crossing to Mozambique. Border times are strictly 08:00 to 17:00 on most days of the year. Special times are posted for expected peak days due to holiday traffic. These can be changed...
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Kosi Bay Giant Raffia Palm or Raphia Australis.
The Giant Raffia Palm (Raphia Australis) Kosi Palm Kosi Bay is well known for its indigenous Raffia Forests, this is rare in Southern Africa and certainly unique. The Raphia AustralisKosi Bay Giant Raffia Palm palm once thought to be the same as other species occurring further north in Africa was actually noted as a new...
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What is Malaria? Malaria is an infectious disease caused by a parasite, Plasmodium, which infects red blood cells. Malaria is characterized by cycles of chills, fever, pain, and sweating. Malaria has plagued mankind since the beginning of time. Kosi Bay is classified as a low risk malaria area. Please consult the map for a better...
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About Us

Kosi Moon Bed and Breakfast, main house and chalet offers accommodation on a fully catered, semi-catered and self-catering basis. We are centrally located in Kosi Bay, Maputaland on the Elephant Coast our local town is known as Manguzi or KwaNgwanase in Northern KwaZulu Natal South Africa.

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