Thonga Beach Lodge

Highlights
  • Robinson Crusoe Chic
    Barefoot luxury of the highest order in these huge air-conditioned units with lovely spacious bathrooms.
  • Open Ocean Experience
    A morning speedboat trip out to see the whales and dolphins – certainly one of the most memorable experiences on our travels.
  • Greater St Lucia Wetland Park
    A World Heritage Site, the wetlands provide an idyllic setting for Thonga Beach Lodge.
  • World Class Scuba Diving
    Located right next to what is said to be one of the most amazing dive sites in the world!
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General Information

Thonga Beach Lodge is in on the shores of the Maputuland Coast, in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa. It’s the ideal coastal escape with a mix of unspoilt wilderness and golden sand beaches. Warm, crystal waters are inviting for some of the best snorkelling and scuba diving.

It is a 24 bed luxury lodge that is metres away from the beach and depending on the time of year, is the place where turtles lay eggs, whale sharks are visitors and you can swim with dolphins. Thonga Beach Lodge is also a short drive from Southern Africa’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Sibaya, which forms part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, a World Heritage Site.

Location

Set in the heart of the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, an internationally recognized World Heritage Site, Thonga is 25km North of Sodwana Bay.

Amenities
  • Thonga beach bar
  • Ocean deck
  • Thonga beach
Rooms

Thonga comprises of 12 suites constructed in Robinson Crusoe chic style! Each room has double vanity basins, a stone bath, indoor and outdoor showers, a bar fridge, air conditioning, a ceiling fan, mosquito net and a balcony.

Dining

Superb cuisine-hearty breakfasts, light lunches and excellent varied dinners. Strong emphasis on seafood but all palates are catered for.

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