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 4: goodbye tofo!

A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Sep 16, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... movies a bit too literally. One night the bar screened Jurassic park. One can only imagine the looks on the faces of the tribesmen during the movie. When it was over, the tribesmen stared at the white foreigners and said with new found respect, "we had no idea things are so bad for you! We only have to worry about lions, leopards and elephants in our village! You have to handle dinosaurs!". One begins to wonder what the Maasai tribesman would think if they watched Star ...

Mozambique part 1: road to tofo and tofo 1

A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Sep 10, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... and I got to swim with one. You find a whale shark by looking out for huge underwater shadows. Amusingly, a dive master here told me once they were about to jump into the sea to see a "whale shark", but he popped his camera underwater since it looked a bit different, and realized it was a pregnant great white shark. If there's one thing you couldn't pay me to do, it's to jump into the water with a great white shark swimming around. The dive master ...

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

... by Marko, a friend in Cape Town. The idea was to go out on the boat and search for manta rays, whale sharks, hump back whales and dolphins and then if any were spotted we'd hop into the water in the vicinity to get a closer look, that is of course, except the hump backs.
Tuesday was our move day with a wander around our new neighborhood (a rather affluent one, some places looking like SA holiday ...

Tofo - Fatima's Nest

A travel blog entry by africaadventure on Jul 29, 2013

6 comments, 6 photos

... and little huts, some really small looking like they housed little people and others more single bedroom sized with matching height. The language barrier makes it difficult to communicate with the locals, but fun times for charades. A elderly gentleman and a young lady with a baby became a victim of our game as we wanted to ask if they minded us taking a photo of them in front of their house. Money was exchanged at his request (the equivalent of about R7) ...