Coconut Bay

Address: 5km North of Guinjata Bay, Inhambane, Mozambique | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 5km North of Guinjata Bay, Inhambane.
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    Travel Blogs from Inhambane

    Mozambique part 1: road to tofo and tofo 1

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... a hut for 33usd a night. Tofo is a divers paradise and has spoilt me silly. On my first dive here, I saw 2 stingrays, 3 turtles, and a jellyfish. One of the stingrays was a small eyed stingray, which is a species thought to be extinct till seen here. One of the turtles was a loggerhead turtle, which is a new species to me, but the critter was buried under an overhang at 30m and I didn't feel like bothering him. On the way back after the dive, we saw 2 ...

    Enjoying a Snorkel

    A travel blog entry by jcastellan on Nov 20, 2013

    57 photos

    ... back in the 10th century Persian and Arab traders bartered their goods and later on came the Portuguese. Now it is a touristy town due to the beautiful beaches and clear water.

    We parked the car near the pier and walked to the end. Men were trying to sell us a ferry ride across the bay. We choose not to and we preferred to spend our time at the beach later on today. At the end of the pier there were a few fishing boats and people ...

    Tofo - Turtle Cove

    A travel blog entry by africaadventure on Jul 31, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... our toilets and shower facilities. The geyser which heats water for these showers is a fire heated boiler. I had a lesson in stoking the fire from a very excitable local gent who happily dropped the basket he was busy weaving to show me how it's done using coconut husks and palm leaves. The husks are ripped apart and ground against each other to bush up the fibers. Stoke, burn, boil, shower...only I think ...

    Tofo - Fatima's Nest

    A travel blog entry by africaadventure on Jul 29, 2013

    6 comments, 6 photos

    ... later we had a debate as to whether the water was so discoloured (to the exact shade of the very sand we're camping on) due to an item of clothing giving off dye, due to the colour of the actual clean water or maybe due to the excess soap. We eventually concluded that our clothes may possibly have been filthy! Hanging the items on the line was another amusement to us, firstly due to a lack of pegs and the prevailing wind and secondly due to the fact that ...

    Having a whale of a time!

    A travel blog entry by wotters on Jul 21, 2013

    32 photos

    ... from bundles of weird roots (cassava?) to rolls of plastic pipes. It was a cramped ride and the seats were not that comfy. My bum was numb from start to finish!

    The good thing was that we didn't make too many stops and we arrived on time at 1pm. Our first views of Mozambique from the bus reminded me of India or Laos. Lots of plantations and road side stalls. Locals could be spotted in the fields or doing domestic chores and there were a lot of simple industry like brick ...