Makakatana Bay Lodge, iSimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africa
A Luxury Lodge or Hotel in South Africa
iSimangaliso Wetland Park World, South Africa
Per Person Per Night
Makakatana Bay Lodge is set on the banks of Lake St Lucia within the iSimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage Site, one of the few natural wonders left on earth. Where else in the world can you explore the magic and wonder of unspoiled beaches, vast wetlands, and roaming wildlife in a pristine game reserve and combine this with an unforgettable boat cruise on Africa’s largest marine estuary?
Our goal is to show off this unique wilderness gem, the perfect addition to a typical safari holiday. Join us for a bush and beach experience like no other, be it for a romantic weekend getaway or a memorable family holiday, Makakatana Bay Lodge is your ultimate game reserve and beach safari in Kwa-Zulu Natal (KZN), South Africa, just a 2h30 drive from Durban’s King Shaka International Airport.
WHY CHOOSE MAKAKATANA BAY LODGE?
• Watch the resident hippo perform, set your binoculars on the reed birds, and enjoy the gentle breeze as you learn about the lake from our expert guides.
• Dip your feet in the warm Indian Ocean along one of the most pristine coastlines in South Africa.
• Beach safari includes a game drive from the western shores through to the eastern shores, allowing you to explore this amazing World Heritage Site.
Makakatana Bay Lodge Rates, Activities & Amenities
|2023||1 Jan - 31 Dec||Luxury Suites||ZAR 7820|
|2024||1 Jan - 31 Dec||Luxury Suites||ZAR 8602|
|2024||1 May - 30 June (winter rates)||Luxury Suites||ZAR 7312|
Rates are Per Person Per Night unless otherwise specified.
Makakatana Bay Lodge rates include – Meals, Activities, soft drinks, local beers, house wines.
Children are accepted from 6 years of age – Children under the age of 12 are subject to parental supervision at all times.
Hiking / Trekking
Makakatana Bay Lodge, Lake St, Lucia, St Lucia, South Africa
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