The name Emoyeni means "place of the wind" in Zulu.
Mid-2007 Kobus eventually acquired the use of a piece of land from the Mbila tribal authority after a two year process following the tribal land process.
In October 2007 we started with the development of the property and completed the first phase in mid December. The kitchen area, ablutions and tented accommodation were completed.The facilities were immediately opened to the public.
In 2008 we built the first en-suite chalet and two en-suit rooms and extended the facilities.
During 2009 we added more en-suite chalets, a pool and a classroom.
More chalets, cabins and facilities were added up to December 2014.
Emoyeni has a fully equipped kitchen area for guests and self-catering guests. Catering is available.
Ablutions consist of clean showers with hot water and toilets etc.
Accommodation is available in en-suite chalets and 3x3m dome tents.
The chalets are en-suite and have a double bed/single bed with bedding/towels provided.
The tents have two single beds, matresses and a light. Bedding - only fitted sheet provided. Own dubvet/pillow must be used.
All facilities are serviced daily.
There is a pool and lapa area for the use of the guests.
We offer scuba diving, scuba diving courses.
We can arrange for dolphin and sightseeing tours.
Deepsea fishing can be arranged with charter companies.
Horse riding and microlight flights are available in the area.
Excursions to Lake sibaya, Muzi pans and Ngoboseleni are available.
Daytrips to nearby game parks.
Bookings and reservations:
Contact us for more bookings and reservations at firstname.lastname@example.org or 012-3612617
DIRECTIONS TO EMOYENI:
From Johannesburg/Pretoria take the N4 Witbank highway
After the Middelburg toll plaza take the Hendrina/Ermelo turnoff
Proceed through Hendrina, Ermelo, Piet Retief and Pongola
For the dirt road - 50km after Pongola turn of to Jozini. Through Jozini turn right at the fork and follow the signs to Mbazwana and Sodwana
For the tar road - approx 100km after Pongola turn off to Hluhluwe, through the town and follow the signs to Mbazwana and Sodwana
Proceed from Mbazwana to Sodwana bay
Approximately 5km from Mbazwana turn right at the Emoyeni sign and the camp is about 200m on this dirt road
GPS reference: 27°30.614' S 032°37.227'E