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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 (Destinations, Honeymoon, Mozambique Travel, Quirimbas) by BC Travel on July-3-2008

Quilalea is a tranquil island in Northern Mozambique positioned in an idyllic corner of Mozambique’s Quirimbas Archipelago. Entirely uninhabited, this Indian Ocean island offers complete exclusivity and unmatched natural beauty. There are nine private villas each with stunning sea views, providing a malaria-free nirvana of luxury accommodation. Quilalea Island Resort is surrounded by the sparkling, blue waters of the warm Indian Ocean; Quilalea is the ideal honeymoon destination for those in search of the perfect romantic island getaway, or the ultimate holiday for those in need of relaxation, adventure and rediscovery.

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 (Accommodation, Bazaruto Islands, Honeymoon, Mozambique islands) by BC Travel on April-25-2008

Some mornings we were the only two people on mile after mile of sand. Indigo Bay Island Resort is really is one of the last pieces of paradise on Earth – unending stretches of silver beach with the palms almost reaching down into the clearest sea that I have ever seen anywhere in the world. Obviously this stunning hideaway is very popular with honeymooners – one couple never left their room but sounded very happy – and for the rest of us there was a wide range of activities. Of course the, the old favourite pastime of sitting in the ocean-view bar watching people fall off their windsurfers or half drown trying to get up on their water-skis, is as popular here as anywhere in the world.

Filed Under (Bazaruto Islands, Destinations, Honeymoon, Mozambique islands, Mozambique Travel, Pemba, Quirimbas) by BC Travel on April-24-2008

Mozambique is home to the Bazaruto Archipelago – a group of remote, untouched islands. This area is off the beaten track and if you are looking for stunning beaches, clear azure sea and relaxation then Mozambique could be the place for you.

Accommodation varies from Eco lodges, such as Guludo Lodge – this is tents on the beach, very rustic and fantastic for scuba diving! – to 5 star deluxe resorts, such as Indigo Bay – wonderful for honeymooners. Ibo Island is steeped in history, guests stay in an old Portuguese house which has been renovated to a very high standard.

Many people think that Mozambique is inaccessible & hard to reach, but LAM, Turbo Max and SA Airlink all fly directly to various cities in Mozambique.

Filed Under (Honeymoon, Mozambique Travel, Scuba Diving) by BC Travel on April-17-2008

Pemba Beach ResortArriving at Pemba Beach Hotel is to enter an exotic realm in an ancient land, where you may feel you are living the dream of adventures past and still to come. Representing a fusion of Arabic and African inspired influences, this Mozambique hotel impresses with its sweeping compilation of Arabian-inspired buildings, colonnades, turrets and archways sprawling over 100 acres.

You are spoilt for choice with accommodation at Pemba Beach Hotel, its 102 rooms, all with sea views and individual balconies, providing a truly sumptuous rendition of Mozambique east coast living. The Indian Ocean glitters beyond manicured lawns, whilst inside your room you are cosseted in a haven of rich furnishings, Persian rugs and marble-clad bathrooms.

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.