Pestana Bazaruto Lodge

Address: Bazaruto Archipelago, Bazaruto Island, Bazaruto Archipelago, 4376, Mozambique | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Bazaruto Archipelago, Bazaruto Island.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPestana Bazaruto Lodge Bazaruto Island

    Reviewed by paulabcferreira

    Wonderful

    Reviewed Mar 8, 2014
    by (14 reviews) , Brazil Flag of Brazil

    Bonito, confortavel, limpo, atendimento muito bom, local maravilhoso, em frente a praia, com piscina bar e organizacao de passeios de jeep ou lancha. Todas as refeicoes estao incluidas na diaria e sao variadas e saborosas. O unico ponto franco, mas que e facil de entender dada a localizacao, e o sinal de internet lento, intermitente e, quando se consegue, e somente do bar da piscina.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Pestana Bazaruto Lodge Bazaruto Island

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