Oyster Bay Lodge is a 4 star, luxury lodge. Situated on a natural coastal reserve, found between Knysna and Port Elizabeth, along the malaria-free Garden Route in South Africa. A destination known for its outdoor activities along a 3,5 kilometer private sandy beachfront. Accommodation consists of 4 Luxury ‘Cape Dutch’ Chalets and 10 Comfortable Guestrooms with optional services.
Restaurant serves a la carte breakfast, light lunches and a freshly cooked, set, 3 course dinner every evening! Oyster Bay Lodge welcomes you to paradise! Set on 235 hectares of unspoiled landscape, it is home to 16 free roaming horses and has an extensive bird life. Oyster Bay Lodge is the ideal Garden route accommodation to start or finish your holiday.
4 different hiking trails have been set out on the Coastal reserve. All the hiking trails are marked with different colors and vary from 3 to 7,5 kilometers. Breath in the fresh air of the “fynbos” and listen to the sounds of nature and extensive bird life.
Enjoy an unforgettable experience while exploring the Coastal Reserve on horseback and have a gallop or trot along the 3,5 kilometer private beach next to the waves of the Indian Ocean. This activity always goes out with an experienced guide/s and we have various horses, which are even suitable for the “first-timers” or children.
Travel along the dunes in a dune safari vehicle with a dedicated guide who will tell you all about the reserve and the natural surroundings. Birding, whale watching, sun-downers and night drives, are just some of the few highlights to experience on our Dune Safari. Maximum 10 guests, 5 per vehicle.
To look after your appetite, order a picnic on one of the 4 viewing decks. The friendly staff will gladly prepare a delicious picnic basket for you. Just let us now when and where and one of the experienced guides will bring the basket to you on horseback!
There is also a Luxury Dune Picnic available. Please inquire about rates and what it includes.
Explore the Coastal Reserve through a rugged an tough landscape or travel the surrounding area of Oyster Bay or the Lodge. Remember your map and possibly a refreshment.