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join us for sundowners, go on a gamedrive and kite in the bay 

things to do in sodwana bay & surroundings

There's so much more to do in Sodwana Bay than just diving. From sundowners and game-drives to kite-surfing and quad-biking for those who seek more adventure. 

Lake Sibaya

Lake Sibaya is one of the biggest natural spring-fed lakes in South Africa and one might see hippo's, crocodiles and plenty birdlife! Find ancient pottery and fantasize about Sibaya's history.


Enjoy the spectacular views of this untouched area and while the sun sets.

Image by Austin Neill
Surfing, Kite Boarding, body boarding & Stand Up Paddling


Our beautiful bay is a watersports paradize!


We've got waves for beginners & the more experienced surfer.


We've got a perfect bay for kite-surfing with a steady wind and shallower areas.


Rather have a paddle in your hand? Try Stand-Up Paddling! 

Contact us for more info.

off-road riding

Sodwana Bay is a bikers paradise! Riding in our area will be challenging and rewarding.


Explore the secret routes, the backroads, the steep hills and tough sandy roads.


Do you have your own off-road bike? Then make sure you contact us for your off-road adventure!

Image by Wade Lambert
Game Drives

Sodwana Bay is close to a number of game parkes that one can visit. Phinda, Umkhuze, Hluhluwe Umfolozi, Ndumo and Thembe Elephant Park are all within an 1.5 hours drive!


Drive yourself or contact us if you'd prefer a guided game-drive. 

Whale Watching (seasonal)

In winter (June - October) we have several species of whales regularly passing by on their annual migrations.


The Humpback Whale is most common and often gives spectaculair sightings when they breach & spyhop!

During summer they feed in the Antarctic, and in winter they head north to breed in the tropical waters.


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Turtle Tours (seasonal)

In summer (November - May) you have the unique chance to see the ancient nesting rituals of Loggerhead and Leatherback turtles, which nest nowhere else in Africa than on our coastline! 

The coastline of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park is the only remaining major nesting site in Africa where Loggerhead and Leatherback turtles still lay their eggs. 

Quad Bike Tour to Lake Sibaya

Enjoying the lake, watching Hippo’s, driving through rural areas, forest and some of the most beautiful places of Sodwana Bay, all on a quad-bike you drive yourself! 

Image by Elievan Junior
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