Mozambique Travel

Unspoilt, natural, light, comfortable, luxurious, breathtakingly beautiful, quiet …

Everything on this tiny island has been carefully designed to make the most of the natural beauty.

It felt as if I had gone away to my own beach cottage. Every luxury was there, from the coffee machine to the comfortable pillows, to multiple options for keeping cool and fresh – air conditioning, a ceiling fan and a sliding net-door for allowing fresh air, but not mosquitoes, into my room There are few mosquitoes on the island anyway, so it was a pleasure to be able to salep without needing a net; I didn’t see (or hear) a single mosquito during my stay.
There is strong reliable Wi-Fi throughout the resort, including in the chalets, where there is a desk/table with international plugs and the right height of chair, so that you can keep your computer permanently set up for your stay.

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Always a great treat to be able to go from a cold dive straight to a hot bath. Lovely oval bath under a window overlooking the sea, which is a mere 10m away.

Taking a gentle walk around the island is a special pleasure here. Timing is everything: you can only get right around at low tide, and you might prefer to walk early or late to avoid the heat. The day’s high and low tide times are posted on a board in the dining room. The walk is a beautiful easy stroll and takes about an hour with lots of photo stops. You won’t need shoes. The shells are lovely. Falling asleep listening to the gentle lap of the ocean – heaven.

Highlights/Nature of dive: A dramatically sloping wall to approximately 100m, this reef is covered in both hard corals and beautiful maze corals. Napoleon wrasse are commonly seen on this dive as well as the occasional leopard shark, green and hawksbill turtles and Chinese grouper.

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