Address: Beach Road, Vilanculos, 258 293, Mozambique | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Vilanculos

    Day 7 - 'Jurassic Park'

    A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Dec 10, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... fruit platter, mini burgers, mini quiches, chicken and beef kebabs, crab balls, and fresh blue crab shells was laid out for us, mmmm, delicious! We sailed south past the southernmost island of the Bazeruto, Isle de Santa Isobel, a small uninhibited island. We have now sailed around the whole archipelago and seen all the islands from the west, east, south and north, each one unique in its own way. This is a beautiful part of the world and understandably called the 'pearl of ...

    Day 4 - Snorkeling 2-mile reef/The Aquarium

    A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Dec 07, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... for snorkelling, this is called 'The Aquarium', and then the near side for more snorkelling, with slightly deeper waters. The waves are a little rough today on the far side and this has caused poorer visibility in 'The Aquarium', so we keep to the near side of the reef today. The water here is really clear, the coral unlike any I have ever seen, large, colourful and so diverse. There where so many different varieties of fish of all sizes and more ...

    Day 2 - Diving and island drive

    A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Dec 05, 2013

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... head out the water and swam into the shallows, giving us a full view of his long body of about 1.5m. Amazing! In the distance pink flamingos wade through the water, with the backdrop of Red Dune behind. This small island has so much diversity, it's breathtaking! We drive on to the foot of the sand dune, kick of our flip flops, jump out of the jeep and begin the climb. Steep as it is, it only takes 10 minutes to climb to the top, but when your feet ...

    I like to spend some time in Mozambique

    A travel blog entry by evy_duville on Oct 17, 2013


    The sunny sky is aqua blue,
    And when it's time for leaving Mozambique
    Just say goodbye to sand and sea
    You turn around to take a final peek
    And you see why it's so unique to be
    among the lovely people living free
    Upon the beach of sunny Mozambique
    (Bob Dylan)

    Almost one month has passed since I left Malawi and its amazing people, and again, time has gone too fast... It's quite impossible for me to write down in this ...

    Truck life & the gateway to the Bazaruto Islands

    A travel blog entry by mandibee on Sep 26, 2013

    16 photos

    ... sitting beside so thats good banter the others are from all over, Israel, Canada, Austria, Portugal, Poland so its a good mix of people. The drive was a long straight road through lots of villages it was great to watch life go by.

    We stop off at shops on the way to get anything we need and also to the bottle shop for alcohol :-) Tomorrow we are off ...