Just over an hour’s flight from Johannesburg, Azura is the newest and the most luxurious lodge in the region.
Benguerra Lodge is located on Benguerra, the second largest island in southern Mozambique’s Bazaruto Archipelago.
One of only two hotels on the northern Bazaruto Island, Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort & Spa feels like a resort you would find in the Mediterranean!
Idyllic surroundings, delicious seafood and a lovely laid-back atmosphere – just the place to escape to for an exclusive beach holiday or romantic getaway!
Vamizi is one of the finest beach lodges in Africa – and our clients agree!
Quilalea has had a troubled past, as previous owners have struggled to fill the lodge in a location as remote as this. However, today the island enjoys great success! Azura owns a luxurious property in Mozambique’s Bazaruto Archipelago also.
Remote, romantic and unspoiled, Guludo Beach Lodge is an ideal choice for the more adventurous traveller.
Idyllically located on a tiny private island in the jewel-like Quirimbas Archipelago off the northern coast of Mozambique.
Ibo Island Lodge is a fantastic place to stay in the beautiful Quirimbas Archipelago. Guests can even take a four day kayak or dhow safari to explore some of the other islands in the area.
Coral Lodge is located on the tip of a peninsula called Veranda and only a short trip from the former Mozambique capital, Ilha de Moçambique.
In summary, Machangulo has pretty much everything you need for a beach holiday! We love the tranquil location amid those lush wooded dunes. This truly is laidback beach chic at its best!
There are 12 chalets dotted along the beach front. Each is naturally separated by the thick vegetation around the chalets and features a large private veranda with a hammock for relaxing.
Bahia Mar is superb for short stays in combination with one of Mozambique’s more remote islands. Rates don’t include activities, so it’s great if your priority is laidback beach time.
A special experience offered by Ibo Island Lodge, dhow safaris are perfect for exploring the Quirimbas’ stunning chain of islands! Travellers can combine sailing time with swimming, snorkelling, and kayaking.