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Kosi Bay

Kosi Bay, Elephant Coast, Kwazulu-Natal Kosi Bay Nature Reserve lies in the extreme north of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park in the Elephant Coast of KwaZulu-Natal close to the Mozambique border. Kosi is not really a bay but system of 4 lakes, inter-linked by channels and draining into the Indian Ocean through a pristine estuary. The tidal waters push up through the mouth and the estuarine basin known as Enkovukeni and then into the first lake named Makhawulani and then via a channel to Lake Nhlange and then finally into the freshwater...

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