Vamizi Island Lodge
Dreaming of the an idyllic island retreat with sun, sand and serenity? At Vamizi Island you’ll find what you’re looking for.
Vamizi Island nestles within the undeveloped Quirimbas Archipelago, the spectacular island jewels along the length of Mozambique‘s northern coast. After a private Vamizi flight from Dar Es Salaam (Tanzania) or Pemba (Mozambique), followed by a 45-minute Land Rover drive through the bush, you’ll reach your private piece of paradise. In fact, Vamizi means barefoot luxury, a remote location, pristine sandy beaches, crystal blue lagoons, and abundant sea life.
Vamizi is an idyllic place to celebrate life, love and the wonder of nature and is the ultimate choice for beach freaks, aqua fanatics and dive junkies.
As one of the most beautiful beach getaways in eastern Africa, Vamizi Island Lodge is hard to beat with its refined, rustic and romantic style, all in a sustainable back-to-nature environment. The barefoot-chic houses, tucked between exotic vegetation, are designed with the privacy of honeymooners as well as families in mind. All the beach villas are stylishly appointed and boast a sitting area plus a sun deck. Here you can simply indulge in the view of your own private beach and the turquoise Indian Ocean. You won’t find air conditioning or TV’s in the one or two bedroom beach houses, but it’s all about barefoot relaxation outside your villa.
Dine casual at Vamizi’s restaurant, or opt for a romantic supper with your feet in the sand. You can also pick your own secluded spot, a castaway picnic for two, perhaps? Vamizi Island Lodge in Mozambique serves fresh seafood and other tropical beach delights.
You’ll spent most of your days outdoors – diving, snorkelling, kayaking, fishing, whale-watching – but no one will mind if you grab a kilometre of sand to yourself and unwind in laidback luxury on the endless golden beach. What would you say to an Indian Head Massage or yoga in the morning? Can’t be bad, eh?
Known as one of the best dive site sites in the world, Vamizi is a conservation which aims to protect the ocean basin and coral reefs.
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