Exotic Inhacazul Lodge

Address: Inhaca Island, Inhaca, Inhaca Island, 0001, Mozambique | Resort
 
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This resort is located on Inhaca Island, Inhaca.
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Travel Blogs from Inhaca

Mtunzini, Dundee and Mozambique

A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jun 12, 2014

5 photos

... absolutely brilliant day. Our guide was so knowledgable, and it was really interesting to hear about the two important battles, one at Rorke's drift and the other at Isandlwana. I've had my fill of battles for a while, but it was a slight detour we were both glad we made. The following day began with a very early start as we were driving to Mozambique. We had been warned that the border posts can be tricky and slow, so decided to leave as much time as possible especially ...

Maputo - The Fish Market!

A travel blog entry by yodiva on Dec 31, 2011

5 photos

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Our food finally arrived after about 45 minutes, along with our side order of chips, rice and salad! Ummmmm...it was amazing! I can honestly & truly say, this was the best seafood I have EVER eaten in my life, it lived up to my expectations and beyond! How I'm going to go back to eating those tiny prawns, in comparison, when I get back to London, I don't know....this is definitely an instance in which I agree, size matters!!! ...

Too amazing to be believed

A travel blog entry by lalaso on Nov 10, 2011

Lettie and stayed at Inhaca four nights. Beautiful Island. Beautiful white beaches. Best place for snorkelling. Most male speak English. Hotel staff speak English and Zulu. Community poor. Meals are great. Best place to unwind and relax also for ...

The Ant House Orphanage

A travel blog entry by bbcafricateam on Jun 20, 2011

1 comment, 10 photos

... We first made name tags for the children, and later realized that this provided us with the ability to say their name, which they never usually hear. Some of the children wrote their name as "boy". They are just called "boy". This broke our hearts. We then did the puppet skit, the VBS presentation, crafts and sports. In between, we just hugged them all - sometimes 10 at a time. When we left, they ran after ...

My Christmas/Camping Weekend in Africa!!

A travel blog entry by dana-mozambique on Dec 27, 2010

1 comment, 25 photos

... once in while we went to play a game of pool.

We went on a walk around the village and here are some things I learned
-use a drop of eucalyptus oil on your tongue at night to stop mosquitos from biting you
or if you don;t have oil pick the leaves from the tree and just sopread them around your tent and put them under your pillow.
- everyone eats lots of mangoes here
- sometimes a local market doesn't exactly ...