Coconut Bay

5km North of Guinjata Bay, Inhambane, Mozambique | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Inhambane

Leaving Mozambique early :-(

A travel blog entry by mandibee


... A far cry from the likes of South East Asia!

Anyway after some debate we decided to book a flight out asap and get to Cape Town where there was loads to do and by flying it also meant we skipped the local bus trip followed by a night bus & flight. It would give us an extra 2 days in Cape Town so we stumped up the cash and admitted defeat that we were beaten by the weather.

I was so sad to leave Mozambique its a beautiful country unspoilt as ...

Day 1, The Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by aumcafrica2013

... go there to help construct a dormitory for the male students at Cambine Seminary. I will also be teaching at the seminary during our time here.

These students are preparing themselves to lead in the developing of sustainable infrastructure for communities that are in great need. That we can contribute to that effort is one of the many ways in which we are making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of ...

Having a whale of a time!

A travel blog entry by wotters


... 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 ...

The BEST Scuba Diving...

A travel blog entry by cats-adventures


... 8217;t think I would get into again on this trip) for 1 each to the restaurant which turned out to be called Maritime Seafood restaurant – here was all of us trying to say it with a Portuguese accent! The food was delicious and to top off the evening, we got a lift home from the owner when he couldn’t get hold of any taxis!

The next morning we were up at 4:30am to get a local minibus taxi to Tofo, our destination. We were staying at ...

Dive, dive, dive!

A travel blog entry by cestujuci


... back again does take its toll. There are also some strong currents to deal with too - swimming against them is very tiring, and wastes valuable gas from the tank. Yesterday and today have however been good. We have had decent glimpses of manta rays, their cousins the devil rays, and some close encounters with whale sharks. Visibility in the water has been very poor - the plankton soup in which we dive is of course the reason why the big pelagics are here - however it doesn't ...


This hotel is located on 5km North of Guinjata Bay, Inhambane.
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