Medjumbe Private Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 ...
The amazing squinting driver dropped us off in the center of Tofo which comprises of a small dirt road which leads directly to the beach. On either side are stalls selling everything a tourist could want at prices that only a tourist would pay. As we got out of the car and unloaded our large blue bag, we were quickly approached by a young local who spoke reasonable english, urging us to come to his stall. We were in need of water and directions to our lodge and so we obliged. We bought ...
We started the day at 5:30 am with a Sunrise Walk. We drove 30 minutes to the walking site and then walked for 3 1/2 hours including a break for drinks and snacks (at first I thought the guide said drinks and snakes). Our first "lesson" was on identifying rhino tracks and we were instructed to walk single file and keep talking to a minimum until we stopped (which we did fairly often for lessons and informations). Shortly after we started walking we heard a lion ...