Kosi Bay accommodation December availability

We are getting a lot of enquiries now for accommodation in December. This is our busiest time of the year, and books up fast. We do have some availability in December – still space before Christmas, but we are full after Christmas and over New Year.

South Africans with children – we still have availability in January before the school holidays end. Sunshine is almost guaranteed! Bring your bucket and spade and enjoy the beach!

No price increase

We are delighted to announce that we will not be increasing our rates for 2012.

Times are still tough out there, we know – so we’ll do our bit to help!

Catered DB&B still R550 pp! Self catering R350 pp.

For all you city-bound saffers : Why not grab a cheap flight to Durban, hire a car and head to beautiful Kosi Bay for a few days? We know you deserve some relaxation time on the beach.

December and January

We had a very full camp over Christmas and the New Year. Many thanks to all of you who chose to spend your holidays with us. We had a great time with lots of laughs – hope to see you at Amangwane Camp again in the future.

Things have quietened down a little now, but there is still lots of fun to be had in beautiful Kosi Bay! The turtles are still here and it’s now the best time for fishing – especially if you are after the Kingfish (GT’s) – so give us a call if you are keen.

White faced owl released into wild

With its wings wide stretched and a rat in its claws it flew to freedom.

The owl which we have been taking care of for the last 2 months was finally ready to be released into the wild again. We had been teaching him to catch rodents over the last few weeks, and he was doing well.

He flew to a close-by tree giving us some photo opportunities, and then got lost in the bush. We all are hoping to see him again.

Rescued Owl

 We have adopted this juvenile White-faced Scops Owl, which was found away from its nest. It is being kept at our sister accommodation in Hluhluwe (Umkhumbi Lodge www.thewetlandpark.co.za) in a little owl house until it is ready to be released into the wild. According to Philip Coetzee (a South African bird guide and our identification expert!): They are amazing little birds and enjoy a diet of insects and small rodents and lizards. This one looks like it is almost ready to leave the nest.

New photos

Fireplace and dining area


We spent the weekend at Amangwane taking photos – we’ve needed to get more shots of the camp for a while now. Click on the accommodation page for more images of the chalets.

Kosibay.net – new look website

This lad caught this while on a fishing holiday with his dad.

Welcome to the home page of Amangwane Camp.

We’ve just launched our new look website, and it’s looking a bit raw at the moment. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact us by phone or email, and we’ll help you with any info you require.

Amangwane Camp  ( a community and business partnership )  is a rustic camp just outside the gate to Kosi Bay mouth (a 10-minute drive from the beach).  Kosi Bay is primarily a destination for anglers and people who want to get away from civilisation and enjoy the beach and the water.

Kosi Bay is an amazing destination. We offer straightforward accommodation, or an activity-based adventure for those of you looking for a holiday with lots of fun!