Hotel Tivoli Beira

Address: Avenida de Bagamoio 363, Beira, CP 363, Mozambique | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Avenida de Bagamoio 363, Beira, is near Barra Beach and Bazaruto National Park.
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          Travel Blogs from Beira

          Maputo la plus belle ville d'afrique? hmmm...

          A travel blog entry by maa3 on Nov 10, 2012

          10 comments, 12 photos

          ... 17 heures 30 pour aller souper dans un resto chinois et nous préparer a repartir demain matin vers Nespruit en Afrique du Sud, puis vers Mbabane au Swaziland... a plus tard pour d'autres aventures.

          Nov 12 From Averil

          It happens to be the 125th birthday of Maputo this year, and the city celebrated yesterday with food and music (not live) in the Arts and Crafts Park. It was a hot day, which was a nice change from our drizzly days in Hazyview. Portughese is the ...

          Two weeks in the life-tale of a weary traveler V

          A travel blog entry by dion.maas on Jul 20, 2012

          ... expecting buses to leave on time in Mozambique, which they usually do. It seems I have already forgotten the long waiting hours in Malawi and Zambia!).

          But we were finally off, in a reasonably comfortable position, and I was wondering with trepidation what this journey might bring. It was cold outside, and hot inside with no windows open and so the front window fogged over numerous times. This did not persuade our driver to ...

          Maputo - The Night Life!

          A travel blog entry by yodiva on Dec 30, 2011

          1 comment, 4 photos

          ... the prices were extortionate! Now wither they had increased the prices for NYE, I don't know, but I was astounded at how expensive it was! For example two ciders and a water came to R320/£32 and a double JD was R180/£18.....are they having a laugh, I could have bought the whole bottle for that amount in London! Aside from the expense, we had yet another awesome night, and again welcomed in the early hours of the morning, watching the sunrise.....unforgettable! ...

          Mobile Update

          A travel blog entry by kingo on Sep 12, 2011

          ... we had not learned on the other drives. This drive was at the Jackelberry private game reserve and it is adjacent to Thornybush. He knew we had seen the big 5 so there was no rush in trying to find them all but instead with slowly trekked through the bush and he taught us about the bird life and the smaller animals and plants. Before you knew it we had ended up in a whole herd of water buffalo's, one of the big five and there were many young buffalos as well. This was by far ...

          Maholoholo and jackal berry

          A travel blog entry by kingo on Sep 09, 2011

          34 photos

          ... we had not learned on the other drives. This drive was at the Jackelberry private game reserve and it is adjacent to Thornybush. He knew we had seen the big 5 so there was no rush in trying to find them all but instead with slowly trekked through the bush and he taught us about the bird life and the smaller animals and plants. Before you knew it we had ended up in a whole herd of water buffalo's, one of the big five and there were many young buffalos as well. This was by far ...