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Situated in the protected Lambazi Bay at Port Grosvenor lies a remote & spectacular Wild Coast gem, Lambazi Lodge.

 

An unspoilt eco lodge with 12 en-suite rooms sleeping 24 people. The communal living room and kitchen are well equipped for a comfortable and enjoyable stay. Offering fishing, hiking, cycling, birding, history tours, and untouched beaches.

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BIRDERS OVERVIEW

  • ACCESSIBLE WITH A 2X4 SEDAN VEHICLE

  • SELF DRIVES

  • WALKING TRAILS

  • CAPE VULTURE COLONY WITH VIEWING DECK NEARBY

BIRD SPECIALS

Knysna Turaco, Red-fronted Tinkerbird, Half-collared Kingfisher, Mangrove Kingfisher, Knysna Woodpecker, Olive Bushshrike, Spotted Ground Thrush, Mountain Wagtail, White-starred Robin, Knysna Warbler,  Bar-tailed Godwit, Terek Sandpiper, Greater Sand Plover, Lesser Sand Plover, Crowned Eagle, Cape Vulture, African Fish Eagle, African Oystercatcher.

INFORMATION FOR BIRDERS

The Transkei coastline is known for it’s rugged untouched beauty. Birding in the area is excellent, and the coastal forests are teeming with birds such as Knysna Turaco, Red-fronted Tinkerbird, Half-collared Kingfisher, Olive Bushshrike, Spotted Ground Thrush, Mountain Wagtail, White-starred Robin and many more. The lagoon and the coastline have a number of Summer migrant wader species visiting including Bar-tailed Godwits, Terek Sandpipers, and Greater and Lesser Sand Plovers. There is also an incredible Cape Vulture colony on the way to Msikaba that offers amazing views of these magnificent and endangered raptors.

Coastal Forests, Lagoon, and Grasslands.

HABITATS

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