Address: Vilanculos, Mozambique | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Vilanculos

        I like to spend some time in Mozambique

        A travel blog entry by evy_duville on Oct 17, 2013


        ... in another world, bilboards everywhere, high buildings on every corner of the street,... I almost felt like i was back in Euope!!
        After having spent 2 nights and a sightseeing day in the capital, which was for me just like any other African city just a bit cleaner and more modern, we decided to leave for Tofo...

        Tofo, a very popular place at the seaside of Mozambique...original plan was to stay the end we stayed 500 ...

        Pirating the seas of the Archipelago

        A travel blog entry by africaadventure on Aug 02, 2013

        5 photos

        ... we took a walk on the beach. Reaching the other side of the island the wind picked up with the signs of a storm in the distance, so we decided to go back to the base camp to make the most of the cool day. We found a beautiful pansy shell,the size of the palm of my hand, on the way back, but due to it's fragility we opted to leave the shell and take only a picture to return home with us. The dhow ...

        Vilanculos and the Bazaruto Archipelago

        A travel blog entry by tomrc86 on Dec 08, 2012

        8 photos

        ... t take any valuables to the beach. I spent most of the time just lazing in a hammock and reading a book to the sound of the sea.

        One excursion I did want to undertake was a dhow trip to the Bazaruto Archipelago. These are a chain of sand banks that are exactly what you would look for in a desert island. A dhow is a sailing boat used by the locals to get around the coast and the islands, and we sailed for an hour or so out towards the ...

        Bazurto Archipelgo

        A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife on Nov 21, 2012

        15 photos

        ... chapas going north or south. Likely need to hitch hike to the village at the junction of N1 and Vilankulos.

        Sailing: Dolphin safaris can arrange Dhow trips to Bazurto Archipelgo one day or multi day trips avaliable. $30US per day. ...

        Paradise in Vilanculos

        A travel blog entry by thealfers on Sep 28, 2012

        7 comments, 33 photos

        ... our way up the coast, exploring a number of bays along the way before arriving at the Baobab Beach Backpackers late in the afternoon. There is a distinct change in the vegetation, with coconut trees making way for some impressive baobab trees and bushveld. We even stopped to buy a cremetat - which is the pod of the baobab tree. They have a hard, dry pith inside which is very sour to eat – very much like a pod full of sour worms. Not ...