The Quirimbas Archipelago – Mozambique’s secret treasure
The heart-stopping beauty of the Quirimbas islands, in the Indian Ocean, makes it a magnet for nature lovers, honeymooners and divers. You can experience the charm of this remote and unspoilt archipelago by staying on one of the islands.
Discover an idyllic ‘cast-away’ island
Brimming with history, Ibo Island was once an important trading port and has been nominated as a World Heritage Site. It has stunning sandbanks and is surrounded by mesmerising coral reefs. You can swim with dolphins, snorkel or even take a dhow safari (sailing in a traditional boat). There are several accommodation options including the award-winning Ibo Island Lodge.
Live your dreams in this nature haven
At the heart of the Quirimbas Archipelago Marine National Park, Quilalea Island is a little piece of paradise with its fascinating baobab trees and amazing birdlife, along with nesting turtles and pods of dolphins. It is possible to stay here at one in one of the 9 luxury seafront villas for a truly tranquil place to escape and relax.
Find luxury on a tiny island
Medjumbe Island (just one kilometre long and 300 metres wide) is the perfect place to get away and experience ‘eco-chic’ luxury by staying in one of the 12 thatched villas in the resort. With white sandy beaches and turquoise waters you can try water sports, go whale watching or perhaps try a diving adventure, what more could you ask for on holiday?
Head to a secluded paradise
Vamizi Island is a true wonder for its pristine coral reefs and abundance of marine life.This privately owned island within the marine national park, prides itself on its conservation efforts, with baby green turtles hatched here and rare mangrove forests protected. It is possible to stay in one of the secluded bungalows available for guests and experience first hand a piece of heaven on Earth in the Indian Ocean.