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Filed Under (Accommodation, Honeymoon, Inhambane, Mozambique Travel) by BC Travel on July-18-2008

The tranquil, romantic Flamingo Bay Water Lodge, in Inhambane, is the only resort in Mozambique built on stilts situated in the water. The main building, connected by a wooden walkway, is set apart from the chalets. The resort offers a golf cart service which will take you to your room, or to the main building which houses the reception, lounge, curio shop, swimming pool, as well as the bar and restaurant.

Filed Under (Inhambane, Mozambique Travel) by BC Travel on May-22-2008

Tofo is a small town with only a couple roads – it’s popular with South Africa holidaymakers, so there are a few dive schools here, a couple of hostels and resorts and a small market selling numerous tourist trinkets.
I decided to stay at Bamboozi, a very basic, backpackers place a few kilometres out of town and for the next week the most difficult decision I faced each day was whether to have dinner in the bar at the hostel or walk 10 minutes along the beach to Dino’s, the other restaurant.

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 (Accommodation, Bazaruto Islands, Inhambane, Mozambique islands) by BC Travel on April-18-2008

Visiting Pemba, a coastal town at the mouth of a huge bay with a great beach, some interesting buildings and a lively atmosphere – Exploring llha de Mozambique, the northern half of which has been declared a Unesco World Heritage-listed site – Swimming at the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park Seeing the grand Zambezi River dammed by the Barragem de Cahora Bassa-set in stunning scenery at the head of a magnificent gorge – Lazing on the long, beautiful beaches of Tofo and Barra

Filed Under (Honeymoon, Inhambane, Scuba Diving) by BC Travel on April-14-2008

Flamingo Bay Water LodgeWooden walkways lead to the unique water chalets of Flamingo Bay Water Lodge, which are built on stilts over the ocean. Panoramic sea views are visible from all windows of your luxurious en suite chalet and looking down from your private deck, you can scuba dive without touching the water!

The main lodge at Flamingo Bay houses a cocktail bar, restaurant, lounge and library and there is also a swimming pool. White sands lace the beaches and the Indian Ocean provides Mozambique with deliciously warm water.