is Africa’s undiscovered jewel – a melting pot of cultures and exotic
influences, from early North African and Arab traders to Portuguese
colonists who have all left their mark. A splendid array of flora and
fauna is interspersed with traditional villages and flanked by a
coralfringed coastline of translucent tropical waters.
is a glorious barefoot beach hideaway on Benguerra Island - in the
heart of the Bazaruto Archipelago - accessible via a 30-minute boat
ride from Vilanculos. An unspoilt paradise of sugar white sand and
translucent waters - the dream beach destination.
Indigo Bay Island Resort
enjoys a serene location on Bazaruto Island, the most northerly and
untouched island of the Bazaruto Archipelago. This Mozambique resort is
the quintessential Indian Ocean hideaway surrounded by aquamarine
waters, beautiful sandy beaches, tidal flats, tropical rainforest and
freshwater lakes - perfect for a romantic getaway
Enjoy the romance of Mozambique with one of our luxury romantic getaways. Our honeymoon packages offer a wide range of luxury accommodation for the perfect honeymoon night - Mozambique is the perfect luxury destination. Honeymooners also have the chance to take advantage of our special offers
- 7 nights from £1,659 per person in a luxury Villa including all
meals, snacks & picnics; diving with the sanctuary from the Quilálea
dive boat; dive, fly-fishing & surf casting equipment; snorkelling;
laundry service; marine sanctuary fees; executive lounge facilities at
Maputo airport and the use of non-motorised boats, canoes and dhow
Nestling in a corner of Mozambique’s Quirimbas Archipelago, Quilálea
is a 35-hectare private island of unparalleled natural beauty,
completely removed from civilisation. A diverse marine sanctuary
fringed with unspoilt beaches and surrounded by the warm Indian Ocean.
pristine coral reefs which line the Bazaruto Archipelago in the south
and Quirimbas Archipelago in the far north, boast some of the world’s
most impressive marine life. The 5 islands of the Bazaruto Archipelago
– Bazaruto itself, Benguerra, Magaruque, Santa Carolina and Bangué –
all have their own unique charm and character, offering everything from
diving and snorkelling to dhow sailing and deep-sea fishing. These
islands are best accessed via Vilanculos, Mozambique''s ‘mainland
North of Bazaruto lies a
largely undeveloped Swahili-flavoured shoreline, studded with historic
treasures from Portugal’s colonial days. Pemba is typical of many of
Africa’s original colonial towns and represents the gateway to Ibo
Island and the Quirimbas Archipelago, which stretches for 250kms north
and consists of 27 offshore islands dotted with innumerable castaway beaches.
tropical climate varies with altitude and latitude, the north-east
coastal regions generally being hotter and more humid than the south.
The cooler dry season from April – September is considered the best
time to visit when water visibility is good and the weather ideal.