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With our stay in St Lucia we wanted to explore Sodwana and surroundings. We came across Nemo Diving School and Accom. The owner are very friendly, very helpfull and what a nice place to stay over for kids. Lots of space to run around and...More
The diving is really awesome but the gate/entrance is extremely badly managed. The staff is rude and unprofessional. They also seem to make up 'rules' as they go along. The car 'guards' are very aggressive esspexially if you are only females. Due to the terrible...More
We spent the morning at the beach to swim with our young children. The water was fantastic and currents were not bad at all. The dive charters and fishermen did not bother us.
There is an entry fee (children under three are free). Cost us...More
Camped inside the nature reserve campsite on the Gwalagwala section. Facilities excellent with large secluded pitches and very clean ablutions. A short drive down to one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Not a place to miss.
The entrance to iSimangaliso Wetlands Park costs the two of us R155.00 including the vehicle.
The beach is amazing, especially it you walk for 10-15 minutes towards the South where you'll find yourself all alone and have the incredible dunes spill into the ocean.
We were staying at St Lucia and decided to drive up the coast to the much claimed Sodwana Bay. Looking at the local adverts for the Bay, nobody says that you have to pay to get on the beach. I suppose if you arrived by...More
Our trip to Sodwana Bay was coordinated by AndBeyond. They did a dream job. The food and recreation options were fabulous. AndBeyond was very concerned about the weather, but my wife and I opted to go and enjoy good weather or not. We loved the...More
I have been to some of the best dive sites in the world, and must say this is my favourite for two main reasons:
1) The large variety of species at this location is unmatched (compared to what I have seen)
2) the sites are...More
I'm here right now with my 2 boys doing our open water diving cert, it's our first time in Sodwana but we've travelled KZN coastal towns extensively over the years. It's very safe here, we've had no problems at... More
I'm here right now with my 2 boys doing our open water diving cert, it's our first time in Sodwana but we've travelled KZN coastal towns extensively over the years. It's very safe here, we've had no problems at all. I haven't even been locking our room, nor the car at night.
Mseni lodge is really nice. We have been there a few weeks ago. It is a loghouse up to 5 people. It is old but clean, we had a braai every evening so didn't need the cooking facility wich is old en small too. You will have a... More
Mseni lodge is really nice. We have been there a few weeks ago. It is a loghouse up to 5 people. It is old but clean, we had a braai every evening so didn't need the cooking facility wich is old en small too. You will have a big picknick table outside. You can walk to the beach in a few minutes over a small but gorgeous path. It is camping without having a tent. Mseni is in the National Park and that is fantastic.
Otherwise you should try the loghouses of the NP also nice. But there is no swimmingpool. These houses are close to the main beach of Sodwana NP.