Pestana Rovuma Hotel & Conference Centre

Address: Rua da Se 114, Maputo, 4376, Mozambique | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rua da Se 114, Maputo.
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      A more exotic place

      A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Jan 10, 2014

      19 photos

      Our ship had sailed up the East coast of Africa and had finally left South Africa and came to dock at Maputo, the capital of Mozambique. We had attended a lecture on Maputo by the destination consultant who had gone on about the poverty we would see and how possibly dangerous it might be! His talk actually put a lot of people off from going on- shore. We were going to walk around ourselves but I must admit after hearing this talk we opted for the tour around by bus. ...

      Maputo is a Rough Diamond

      A travel blog entry by dalsvagermsafr on Apr 24, 2013

      4 comments, 12 photos

      The people of Mozambique deserve all of our respect and admiration.

      After decades of fighting for independence and then another decade or two in a civil war they still are optimistic and seemingly happy people.

      Maputo is on the shore of the Indian Ocean and is a Miami in the Rough.

      The beaches are beautiful, the palm trees are waving but the city needs ...

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

      A travel blog entry by maa3 on Nov 10, 2012

      10 comments, 12 photos

      ... another floor. They were even playing music in mandarin. I got to speak mandarin (Ni hao) in Moçambique haha.

      As I walked around, I noticed an interesting mix of traditional and contemporary here. Stylishly-dressed men and women walk alongside others that are wearing traditional clothes. Tuk-tuks share the road with Hondas and other imports. The sidewalks are very uneven and full of big holes while the roads seem more maintained. Often, I found that it was just easier to ...

      Hospital visitation & Mission School painting

      A travel blog entry by bbcafricateam on Jun 21, 2011

      1 comment, 8 photos

      We had to divide into two groups today. The Hospital Group and the Mission School Painting Group. The painters left for the mission school right after breakfast with Larry Weil, the director of the school, while the hospital crew met at George’s office to prepare for tomorrow’s VBS. After preparing for the VBS, the hospital team headed out. Upon arrival, Alice, Brenda, Sue and Abigail went to the oncology wing of the hospital to ...

      Non negiotiables and the road to Maputo

      A travel blog entry by aaronandvahe on Jan 09, 2011

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... make sure we got to our hotel in Maputo. He sorted our ferry tickets for us and made sure we got on the right transport to our hotel. His friendliness is typical of the people in Mozambique and we hope to catch up with him later in his home town Vilankulo.

      We have had an awesome time here so far drinking great beer and eating food that we couldn’t get in Mseleni. Maputo has a different feel to what we in South Africa, black, white and Indian ...