Makakatana Bay Lodge
Durban, South Africa
Makakatana Bay Lodge is a one of a kind experience, set within the iSimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage Site. The isolated location and surrounding natural beauty promise to offer a truly unique safari adventure.
Although golf is not recommended during your stay at the Makakatana Bay Lodge, it is the perfect location for an adventure in between a golf break to truly embrace the natural beauty of South Africa.
Choose to stay in a variety of accommodation choices, with 8 rooms available. The standard rooms are available in both double and twin formation, with a private viewing balcony, outdoor shower and bath, you really will feel at one with nature. There is also an option for family rooms which sleep four guests with both indoor and outdoor bathrooms. Alternatively, the honeymoon room allows for the perfect romantic retreat, where private dining on the deck is available. The main lodge is where all meals are served, either on the raised deck wrapping around the lodge, or the boma alongside. All rooms are set alone within the forest, with warthog, red duiker, various birds and bush babies a common sight
Makakatana Bay Lodge is located within the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, on the banks of Lake St. Lucia. A 15-minute drive from the Nhlozi Gate. Access may also be gained from the Dukuduku gate, which is a 45-minute drive to the lodge. Transfers are available from multiple locations including Durban (3 hours) and King Shaka International airport (2.5 hours).
On Site Activities
Guests time at the Makakatana Bay Lodge is based around experiencing the iSimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage Site. With a variety of game drives to experience, this unique location is ideal to enjoy the sanctuary. Wandering your way down the narrows of Lake St. Lucia on a private pontoon boat is a must whilst staying at the lodge. Allowing guests to experience a new viewpoint of South Africa’s natural beauty, with an expert guide to take you every step of the way. All sorts of wildlife can be seen from the boat, including a range of birds, as well as, crocodiles. After a performance from the resident hippos, guests are bound to be left wanting more.