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Filed Under (Accommodation) by PontoGirl on April-30-2008

Motel do Mar Beach Resort is situated in Mozambique and has beautiful golden beaches and with unspoilt blue waters which will leave you with the holiday of a lifetime.At the resort ground there is the restaurant patio and the Beach Bar which is overlooking the Indian Ocean. The resort also offers public telephones (at shops) and braai facilities.Things to do in the area consists of diving, a 4X4 Scenic Route, walks along the beach, deep sea fishing, swimming  with dolphins or watching how a turtle lays her eggs.  There is also plenty of birds in the area. You will never be bored.Enjoy the summer weather of Ponta do Ouro every day!

Filed Under (Accommodation) by PontoGirl on April-30-2008

Ntsuty Lodge


  The Ntsuty Lodge is a perfect location for a restful holiday.  The lodge is only 250m from the gorgeous beach! Ntsuty Lodge is the right place for you if you are an adventurous person or you can just spend the days relaxing in the sun.  

Ntsuty Lodge comprises of 6 tastefully decorated Chalets which are fully equipped with all tools and utensils needed for a comfortable stay. Each chalet can sleep from 2 ‚Äď 6 people and has a deck and area for barbequing, a main bedroom with 1 double bed, bathroom, fully equipped kitchen, sufficient parking, 24 hours security and a pool.


With all the activities in the Mozambique area you will never feel bored.  You can go on safaris, swim with the dolphins, scuba dive or go snorkelling.  So many to choose from….  

Make your next dream of a holiday a reality at Ntsuty!     

Filed Under (Mozambique News, Mozambique Travel) by BC Travel on April-29-2008

Travelers should be aware of the risks of crime, poor road safety standards and limited health facilities in Mozambique. With that said, Mozambique is a moderately low-risk country as far as crime is concerned and the vast majority of visits to Mozambique are trouble-free. Keep a close watch on your possessions in busy places and keep all your valuables in a hidden money belt.

Avoid driving at night whenever possible and set off as early as possible so that you have as much time as possible to deal with delays. When dealing with officials, be friendly and patient and treat them with respect. They are likely to reciprocate.

If you are visiting the Bazaruto Archipelago, the only real dangers are razor clams which are exposed at low tides. It is recommended you wear sandals to avoid cutting your feet on these.

Filed Under (Destinations, Inhambane, Mozambique News) by BC Travel on April-29-2008

Pomene Lodge, InhambanePomene Lodge now offers brand new, fully catered Water Chalets with magnificent views over the immaculate estuary. These chalets are built of timber, thatch and reed in true Mozambique style and offer either double or twin accommodation options.

Pomene offers many activities with scuba diving, quad biking, boating and fishing being the most popular. There is restricted transport and guests are encouraged to walk and enjoy the wilderness experience of this untouched peninsula.

Filed Under (Mozambique News) by BC Travel on April-29-2008

Mozambique PrawnsThe food in Mozambique is largely Portuguese with Far Eastern influences. Specialties are peri-peri chicken, Zambesi chicken, shellfish, including Delagoa Bay prawns (which are grilled and served with peri-peri sauce), matapa (sauce of ground peanuts and cassava leaves) with rice or wusa (stiff maize porridge). Restaurants can be found in main towns, as well as hotel dining rooms.

Tipping in Mozambique: Tipping is not normally expected outside of Maputo. In Maputo and other tourist areas, 5 per cent of the bill is normal (depending on standards of service and the place itself).

Filed Under (Destinations, Honeymoon, Mozambique Travel) by BC Travel on April-25-2008

Lugenda Bush Camp, Niassa ReserveSituated in northern Mozambique covering parts of Cabo Delgado Province and nearly one third of Niassa Province, the Niassa Reserve covers an area of 22 000 Km2 and is bordered by Rovuma River in the north (Tanzania border), Lugenda river in southeast, Luatize River, southwest and Lussanhando River in the west. A buffer area of 20,000 km², which was divided in six management concessions, is also part of the Niassa Reserve. The total area is twice the size of Kruger National Park in South Africa, or is comparable in size to Wales, Denmark, or Massachusetts.

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Filed Under (Destinations, Mozambique islands) by BC Travel on April-25-2008

The 52km¬≤ island is situated at 26¬įS, 33¬įE, and separates Maputo Bay (Ba√≠a de Maputo) to the west from the Indian Ocean off its eastern shores. The island’s irregular coastline approaches mainland Machangulo Peninsula at Ponta Torres where a 500m-wide tidal race separates the two headlands. In administrative terms Inhaca Island is a municipal district of the municipality of Maputo, while the Machangulo peninsula is included under the Lubombo Transfrontier Conservation Area and is part of the district of Matutu√≠ne, Maputo Province.

Filed Under (Accommodation) by PontoGirl on April-25-2008

Get away to secluded Ponta Mamoli, a premier seaside and diving resort nestled in the most beautiful undeveloped bay along a pristine coastline judged to be one of the finest in Southern Africa by Getaway Magazine.

Easily accessible by 4×4 or Resort transport ‚Äď only 25 km from the Kosi Bay border post and 100 km south of Maputo. A step away from an expansive beach, the resort merges a grand old refurbished Portuguese architecture with tasteful modern timber structures all linked by a myriad of walkways.¬†The accommodation area is just off the beach, but fully protected and shaded by coastal bush and tropical palm trees

Far from the maddening crowds, the place to be for relaxation, adventure with fine cuisine and a special kind of hospitality.

Drift into the magic of Mamoli ‚Äď Escape Explore Experience.¬†Accommodation consists of private sea facing wooden chalets. All are fully serviced and equipped with 2 x ¬ĺ-sized beds, en-suite showers, toilets and basins, ceiling fans and a shaded sea-facing veranda. Well-lit wooden boardwalks, carefully built to protect the delicate coastal vegetation, access all. In addition, there is one luxury unit, equipped with a double Queen sized bed and a larger en-suite bathroom facility.