"I need the sea because it teaches me."
The coast of Southern Africa is as rich and diverse as Africa itself. From the striking contrast of red sand dunes meeting the ocean along the Skeleton Coast of Namibia, down to the rugged Atlantic West Coast of South Africa, strewn with little white fishing villages and the sheltered bays of Cape Town where killers whales, seals and great white sharks can be spotted. Drive along the famous coastline of the Garden Route, where hundreds of magnificent Southern Right whales come to breed every Spring. Spot dolphins or go fishing in the Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape, or make your way up to the tropical beaches of Kwa-Zulu Natal and Mozambique where whale sharks and dolphins play in the surf, thousands of brightly coloured fish swim in the coral reefs, and turtles come to breed on the beaches.
The world is your oyster...
Thonga Beach Lodge
Set on the pristine shores of the Maputuland coast, KwaZulu-Natal, this luxury lodge is the ideal place to discover one of the most unspoilt wilderness beaches left on the African continent.
Kosi Forest Lodge
Kosi Forest Lodge is set in a beautiful sand forest on the banks of Kosi Lake, an unspoilt wilderness that forms part of the World Heritage Site of the Isimangaliso Wetland Park.
The Oystercatcher's Haven
Situated in the picturesque fishing village of Paternoster with uninterrupted views over the unique rock formations of the Columbine Nature Reserve’s coastline.
Makakatana Bay Lodge
The only privately owned safari lodge set on the banks of Lake St Lucia within the iSimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage Site.
St James Manor
Built over 100 years ago, St James Manor is a five-star stately seaside retreat overlooking the trendy and vibrant fishing village of Kalk Bay with majestic views across False Bay and the Indian Ocean.
Nkwichi is entwined in the fabric of local life by the lake; it ensures guests a 5-star experience and leaves the indelible imprint of an authentic Africa in their hearts.
An iconic showcase of South Africa’s finest lodging, cuisine, wine, and leisure, with shaded verandas, tiered gardens, beautiful interiors, and a celebrated art collection.
Umngazi River Bungalows
Feel part of the natural harmony that makes up this exceptional corner of South Africa, with the enchantment of the real Wild Coast and the warmth of the Pondo people.
Mumbo Island is an eco-lodge on a pristine and deserted tropical island floating on the expansive waters of the Lake Malawi National Park.