We are so excited to introduce to our friends the ‘Mozambican Collection’.
Unpretentious, yet meaningful, each of these islands have been selected because of it’s commitment to ethical and responsible tourism. The portfolio of members showcases the great variety of Mozambique, one of Africa’s most diverse, rapidly developing and beautiful countries.
Ibo Island Lodge
Imagine a remote Mozambican island lost in time and almost forgotten to the outside world for nearly a century. Picture grand, majestic architecture, some lovingly restored to their former glory, while others have fallen into crumbling, marvellous ruins. Or hop onboard Ibo Island Lodge’s locally crafted teak dhow and explore some of the exquisite tropical islands in the Quirimbas archipelago.
Broad range of activities including daily transfer to the famous sand bank beach included in the rate, PADI diving with PADI dive instructor, dolphin safaris, guided sea kayaking, guided history and cultural exchanges, massage and wellness, guided birding and of course the popular and unique mobile island hopping dhow safaris.
Ibo Island Lodge is fully air conditioned throughout, and facilities include 3 pools, a roof top restaurant with staggering views over the bay, 14 rooms in total or take Villa Paradiso which sleeps 10 as your very own private villa option complete with own chef, butler and skipper and dhow.
Kick back and chill at the beautifully simple, Nuarro Lodge!
Located on the northern coastline of Mozambique, in a bay fringing on the edge of the continental shelf, teeming with marine life, makes for world-class shore-entry or boat snorkelling or diving!
Soak up the sun on the 2km-long gorgeous, white sandy beach or sip cocktails from your sea-front chalet veranda while searching for whales or other marine mammals in the bay. Take a leisurely walk to the village or explore the area by mountain bike – there is plenty to do!
All furniture has been made on site using local materials creating the relaxing environment that is the eco-lodge, Nuarro!
A halcyon paradise, hidden in the ancient mountains of Lake Niassa, lies a place so secret, it’s been forgotten in the mists of time!
Nkwichi Lodge is located in the north-western corner of Mozambique, on the easter side of Lake Malawi or Lake Niassa (as it’s called on the Mozambican side).
Nkwichi offers a touch of Robinson Crusoe. The chalets are hand-built and sculptured from primordial boulders, with rock pool, outdoor baths, tree-hanging showers, and hand-crafted, natural furniture!
Explore the wilderness on foot, with snorkel gear or by dug-out canoe. You will see the difference Manda is making – and by staying at Nkwichi, you will be part of it. Nkwichi has been recognised as a pioneering eco-tourism establishment and has been awarded many accolades, including the most recent Conde Nast Traveller World Saver Award in the ‘Doing it All’ category for small resorts 2012.