Bay View Lodge

Address: Barra Road, Inhambane, 1300, Mozambique | Lodge
 
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Location

This lodge is located on Barra Road, Inhambane.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Beach
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Refrigerator in room
          • Breakfast Available
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Microwave in room
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms

          General

          • Suites
          • All-Suites Property

          Services

          • Airport Transportation
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting
          • Laundry
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Bay View Lodge Inhambane

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Inhambane

          Wishing for whale sharks

          A travel blog entry by chrisgodman on May 10, 2016

          1 comment, 8 photos

          There are three hundred whale sharks along the coast of Mozambique, and today we searched the ocean in a rubber dinghy for just one (with no luck). We were out in open water, visibility was not good and the thought of a giant of the sea suddenly appearing had me feeling very nervous! Lionel by the way, chose sensibly not to go snorkelling... Anyway …

          It took two people for that solo"

          A travel blog entry by aumcafrica2013 on Aug 02, 2013

          3 comments

          ... tomorrow.

          For my first time in Mozambique, words cannot express how I feel about this trip. Each day is both a physical and emotional overload with all of the work on the dormitory and with all of the people that are touching my heart. I had the opportunity to work with the female seminary students for three days, gaining an insight into their lives as we grow closer. What a blessing it has been to get to know ...

          Tofo - Fatima's Nest

          A travel blog entry by africaadventure on Jul 29, 2013

          6 comments, 6 photos

          ... Grilled barracuda and (avert your eyes mom) fat slices of calamari washed down with local beer. Martin for the Neethlings Day 12 We slept in a bit today. The sky was overcast hiding the sun from our tent until after 8am. After coffee and oats we got our first African load of washing started. A big blue bucket, and taking turns pretending to be a washing machine. We left things to soak and then went on another mission. On returning to the washing ...

          Having a whale of a time!

          A travel blog entry by wotters on Jul 21, 2013

          32 photos

          ... didn't fancy the pasta and sauce we had in our bags!

          Luckily Parilla and Sophie had been chatting to some locals on the bus and they recommended a seafood restaurant at the beach called the Maritime club. Sophie had only had it pronounced to her in Portuguese and kept saying Mareeteemo with the accents in the wrong places so it wasn't until we got there that we realised what it meant! Our journey there was a blast from the past of earlier travels as we found a Tuk Tuk! ...

          Coconut Bay, Jeff's Palm Resort & Paindane.

          A travel blog entry by mike.christine on Sep 20, 2012

          22 photos

          ... Bay comes
          first. Pulling in we found brightly coloured ronadvels, purple,
          blue, lime green, each one a different colour. Quite a sight after
          you have been driving through coconut palms left and right. Of
          course the roads are just soft deep sand with the usual troughs worn
          by preceding traffic. We drive along them and every now and again if
          we are just a wee bit too left or too right, the sand pulls the car
          hard off the road and there is almost nothing you can ...