Medjumbe Private Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... destination especially for people who love the ocean and enjoy snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing and other water activities. The camping rate is very reasonable at MC250 pp. Even though we only stay for the night, we can recommend this campsite and resort as a family holiday destination. Tuesday, we proceed South to the area of Vilancoulos. The road is not too bad, tarmac with ...
... chairs, cooking pots and pans, sea kayaks - quite a load on such a small boat. Remembering that the dhow had to moor off the shore each time, this meant that all these goods had to be manhandled to shore, either by kayak or carried overhead. Quite an effort by the crew who managed the feat at both islands without dropping any load into the sea!
The short sail from shore over to Mogundula Island was done at ...
... of palm trees and lush gardens, followed by yet more expansive white sand and deep blue Indian Ocean. After a few hours sipping mocktails and reading my book on the beach, I head off on a boat tour of Bazaruto Benguerra – 3 idyllic islands just off shore, where snorkelling and swimming are the ticket of the ...
... of water and ended up buying a 500ml bottle of the locally made rum called Tipo Tinto for about a pound. It was bottled in a small plastic bottle with a label that was succumbing to the humidity and has scrunched up and difficult to read. For some reason the label has a picture of a Japanese woman in traditional geisha attire. The connection between Mozambiquen rum and geishas alludes me. Anyway I figured that if the stuff hasn't blinded the locals, it won't blind me and a quick ...
... unfortunately that was as close as we got to seeing a lion.
Then we got a lesson in identifying poop (Alix called it "Name that Poop"). We learned to identify rhino, giraffe and elephant dung. We also learned how to identify impala, giraffe and leopard tracks. It was a beautiful day and only chilly for the first half of the walk. We saw a few birds on the walk, but no animals. But on the drive back to Olifant we saw up close and personal an elephant, ...