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As a group of ministers and missionaries we visited Mbotyi to clear our heads a bit. It was a very nice stay. Big open rooms with lots of sunlight shining in. Views of the lagoon as well as the seaside to sea as you get...More
Mbotyi River Lodge is a real gem at the Wild Coast. Our room 205 with Seaview was pleasant but small. The bathroom with shower was clean and had the necessary amenities. The bar, game room and deck are the meeting point of the guests. Dinner...More
We stopped over to spend two nights at Mboyti but unfortunately my husband fell ill and only managed a night. It has an exquisite setting with beautiful views of the sea and the river, it is very peaceful and I would presume very relaxing if...More
We spent a few days here being spoilt and unwinding. Our spacious room and sheltered balcony did not let the weather get in the way and the view was beautiful and fascinating with kids crossing the river to school, cattle being herded by a horseman...More
We spent 3 nights with my sister and brother ( who was visiting from the UK ) at Mbotyi. Although the lodge is needing a bit of TLC, we still enjoyed ourselves immensely. We had sea and lagoon interleading rooms with aircon. The staff were...More
Hi Jennie. I personally travel from Ifafa to Mbotyi regularly and have not had any problems on the way. The route that most of our guests have taken is Port Edward, Bizana (Bypass), Magusheni (Yaka Garage), Flagstaff... More
Hi Jennie. I personally travel from Ifafa to Mbotyi regularly and have not had any problems on the way. The route that most of our guests have taken is Port Edward, Bizana (Bypass), Magusheni (Yaka Garage), Flagstaff, Lusikisiki then Mbotyi. I normally either fill at Yaka Garage Magusheni or Lusikiski without problems. The times really depends on what time you leave as I generally travel at 4am in the morning then it only takes 4 to 4.5 hours as you tend to miss the hustle and bustle in towns. Please feel free to call and speak to any onme of us at the lodge if you are needing any furher information