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Hotel Dona Ana

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The iconic Mozambique Hotel Dona Ana is a boat trip away from exquisite islands. This beach venue oozes tropical charm with its art decor design mixed with an African lifestyle, a Portuguese flair. Businessmen and families fall in love with Hotel Dona Ana, with its wireless internet access and office assets. Honeymoon treats and solitude, swimming pools and blooming gardens. Choice of 2 bars and magical restaurant. Dolphins, Humpback whales, Manta rays, Reef sharks, turtles and Dugongs.

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Villa Sands

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Stay at Villa Sands, a classic Mozambique hotel formed from three old warehouses. Take a break to walk the streets of Ilha de Mocambique where children walk to school, women carry water and fisherman display fresh fish in a setting of beautiful ancient buildings. Enjoy Mozambique shrimp, a seafood delicacy on the island beautifully prepared by the local chef. Grab a bicycle and explore the island alone.

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Ulala Lodge

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Find Ulala Lodge on an old coconut farm just 30 minutes outside of Pemba in an area called Murrebue. A fine destination promising long white beaches and endless turquoise seas facing the Quirimbas Archipelago. Revel in exclusive chalets built entirely from bamboo, coconut palms, teak and laterite for sheer comfort. Enjoy fine dining based on fresh produce and fish from local fishermen. Stroll around the freshwater lake behind the dunes to view the pelicans, storks and egrets

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Southern Sun Maputo

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Perched on the edge of the Indian Ocean, Southern Sun Maputo is an iconic hotel in Mozambique’s capital city known for its world class hospitality and attractive architecture, right on the beach. Business delegates make good use of the two conference rooms and business centre, fully equipped for high tech meetings. Families and couples can enjoy the sparkling swimming pool, fitness centre, hair salon and fantastic restaurant. Luxury suites offer TV, tea and coffee, air-conditioning and Wi-Fi.

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Casa Rex Boutique Hotel

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Come and experience the unique Casa Rex Boutique Hotel on the main Mozambique coastline looking out towards the islands of the Bazaruto Archipelago. Rated the perfect Mozambique holiday stopover en route to these islands, Casa Rex is an intimate bed and breakfast lodge where guests are pampered with excellent service and mouth-watering food. Dip into the pool, read a book, sip a beer. Book exhilarating water sports galore; conference facilities available.

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Barra Beach Club

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Welcome to Barra Beach Club, a Mozambique boutique hotel featuring 12 stylish rooms and a wide choice of delectable foods and wine. Lounge on the beach at the glamorous Aqua de Coco’s beach bar or unwind at the lodge pool before dinner in the lodge restaurant. Views of Barra Peninsula amaze and the boat trips to Pansy Island are so worthwhile. Honeymoon couples can arrange a private beach dinner. Tour Inhambane’s local markets or enjoy a spa treatment in your room.

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Diamonds Mequfi Beach Resort

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There is something fresh and exciting happening in Pemba – a new hotel with panoramic ocean views and immediate access to white beaches adds style to this port and gateway to the Quirimbas Archipelago. Book a few nights at this large establishment which makes available an extra 40 deluxe rooms and 10 suites to the accommodation library in Pemba. A great boost for the city’s tourism potential. Outdoor showers, private terraces, sparkling swimming pool and pool bar and child care facilities.

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Bazaruto Archipelago

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The Bazaruto Archipelago consists of six idyllic islands lying off the Mozambique coastal town of Vilankulo: Bazaruto, Benguerra, Magaruque, Santa Carolina (Paradise Island), Bangue and Pansy Shell Island. Mozambique Holidays to the Archipelago are some of the best on the African continent.

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Quirimbas Archipelago

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The Quirimbas Archipelago (or ‘Ilhas Quirimbas’ in Portuguese) is a beautiful string of 32 islands lying far north of Maputo. Stretching more than 100 kilometres along the coastline, the Quirimbas Islands offer unique, unspoilt accommodation choices for visitors all year round.

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Vilanculos

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Visit this delightful tourist town, harbour and airport on the shoreline of Mozambique. Find Vilankulo lying in the Vilanculos District of Inhambane Province. The town, Vilankulo, is named after local tribal chief GamalaVilankuloMukoke. The district and airport are called Vilanculos.

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Inhambane

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Head to the famous surfing beaches of Tofo and Barra in Inhambane. Stop en route to Beira at this charismatic Mozambique town to stock up. Inhambane is the capital of Inhambane province in the south and a great holiday destination for all adventure and outdoor lovers.

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Maputo

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Travel to Mozambique’s capital city,Maputo, brings back memories of historical milestones. Remember the name, Lourenco Marques, and enormous prawns and langoustines? Visit stimulating Maputo,brimming with war history, oozing late development and boasting growing tourism.

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Pemba

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Travel to Pemba, the most important centre in northern Mozambique. See how it has developed over rolling hills dotted with wooden huts and abundant Baobab trees. Visit this gateway to the Quirimbas Archipelago – becoming a prime tourist destination where diving and watersports invite visitors to stay.

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Ponta Mamoli

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Come and see one of Mozambique’s hidden treasures on the south coast. Ponta Mamoli remains untouched and undeveloped, a hidden gem. This quaint holiday destination is highly accessible and affordable. Find beautiful dune beaches and azure seas at Ponta Mamoli on Mozambique’s Lagoon Coast.

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Niassa Reserve

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Experience the largest protected area in Mozambique. Your African Safari into this remote Mozambique nature reserve promises astonishing landscapes and incredible wildlife. The Niassa Wildlife Reserve stretches an astounding 42 000 square kilometres across Niassa and Cabo Delgado Provinces.