Thonga Beach Lodge
South Africa's most pristine wilderness beach lodge awaits you on the azure shores of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site). Situated deep in this wilderness of white beaches, blazing corals and freshwater lakes lies South Africa's premier beach destination.
Experience a room with breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean, an airy bedroom complete with open plan bathroom and private deck.
This stunning room with exquisite sea views is perfect for families who want a seamless connection with the ocean, all the way to the horizon.
This spacious suite has views of the ocean and a private plunge pool, a setting you’ll fall in love with.
Your private luxury beach Honeymoon Suite is situated in an indigenous forest, surrounded by sounds of the sea. A romantic king size bed is dressed in crisp linen and dreamy mosquito netting. Enjoy a wide bath with complimentary bubble bath and candles in the privacy of your beach retreat.
These rooms have a uniquely tranquil charm, nestled in the coastal dune on the forest’s edge, which throngs with bird life.
These rooms are ideal for families travelling with children, perfect for sharing this unique location and intimate connection with the spectacular setting.
Frequently Asked Questions
We welcome you to our 24-bed luxury lodge, where nature is our sanctuary, and our purpose is to preserve it. Thonga’s 12 thatched eco-sensitive rooms are positioned for maximum privacy and minimal environmental impact.
The rooms are built on raised platforms among the indigenous forest and undulating dunes with expansive glass windows and doors to let in the ocean breeze and sounds.
A 4×4 is required, and secure parking is available at Librodi Lodge in Sodwana Bay for guest vehicles. Daily transfers at 12h00 and 15h00 are available at an additional charge from Sodwana Bay Lodge, and out of Thonga Beach Lodge at 10h30.
November-February is turtle breeding season and April-June has the best weather. Diving is best in Summer, December-May when average visibility is 15-20 metres, with a June-September average of 10-15 metres.