Nuarro Lodge

  • Built by the local community from natural materials
  • Shore dives to the continental shelf
  • Humpback whales in the area from July to December
  • Fully equipped PADI dive centre
When To Visit Mozambique:

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.

OVERVIEW:
Whether you enjoy all the beach activities like snorkelling, sea kayaking and whale watching, or ride a mountain bike to explore the peninsula, or have a guide take you to explore the local village… you will not get bored at Nuarro!

ACCESS & LOCATION:
Nuarro is located on a 800-hectare concession on Baixo do Pinda in Northern Mozambique. The closest airport is Nampula, which you can access easily from South Africa and Kenya.

ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES:
All chalets have indoor and outdoor showers, and a large lounge area leads out onto a private veranda and then onto a private path to the beach with a day bed. If you are travelling as a family, some of the chalets have a twin room upstairs so you can share a room.

The meals at the lodge are usually based on the catch of the day and cooked simply to keep with the natural setting of Nuarro. The views from the restaurant are out to the ocean and to Nanatha Island Rock.

ACTIVITIES:
Nuarro’s owners have a passion for diving and there is a full PADI dive centre at the lodge. What attracts so many divers is the close proximity to the continental shelf. There really is so much to offer here to all different levels of divers, from 10–15-metre dives on the home reef to vertical drop-offs and colourful pinnacles.

just next to the activity centre is the beach bar, a laidback area where you can get light snacks and enjoy the view. This is also the only area in the lodge that has Wifi – we are not sure if this really fits with the setting, but we are finding that very few properties are not adding Wifi to include in facilities for guests.