Nordin's Lodge

Address: Tofo, Mozambique | Villa
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        Travel Blogs from Tofo

        Mozambique part 4: goodbye tofo!

        A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Sep 16, 2014

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... who else aside from nice people would pay thousands of dollars to offer their services for menial scientific labor? The volunteers spend their day identifying fish during dives, entering data and counting whales. I joined them whale watching, which involved hiking up a small sandy knoll and staring into the ocean looking for pods of whales for an hour. It grew boring quickly because the whales weren't being particularly active, so we started using the binoculars ...

        Mozambique part 3: a diving milestone

        A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Sep 15, 2014

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... means you're losing all the air in your tank in minutes as it uncontrollably gushes out of your mouth piece - in the Philippines, i watched a Dutch lady's BCD inflate uncontrollably, rocketing her from 30m up to the surface. I tried grabbing her, but missed her by inches. I ascended to 10m trying to grab her. Both of our dive computers were very angry at us and beeped ferociously. We spent a long time slowly ascending to make them happy - in Thailand, my ...

        Mozambique part 2: tofo 2

        A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Sep 13, 2014

        2 comments, 5 photos

        On my second dive here, we saw a manta ray. We hung out around 20m+ for probably 25min as she (the manta) got cleaned by small reef fish in a cleaning station. I managed to get the attached video during that encounter. It's the first real manta encounter I've had. I first saw one in the Philippines. I didn't see much of it though, since it was leaving the cleaning station as I descended down. All I saw was a huge glob of really strange biomass. This time ...

        Into Africa

        A travel blog entry by dinemo on Jul 22, 2014

        3 photos

        ... bitumen track. Along the side of the road local children and women walked barefoot wearirng brightly coloured fabrics. We stopped to pick one up, she got in the back seat with me. With little in the way of common language we just smiled a lot.
        Tofo beach us stunning and unspoiled. 5km of pristine white squeaky sand. No beach umbrellas, no rubbish, just a few simple buildings dotted here and there line the beach, the rest is dunes.
        The diveshop is ...

        Four days of nothing

        A travel blog entry by stevehumphreys on Mar 17, 2014

        2 photos

        Left Maputo at 5am (for some reason all transport in this country seems to leave ridiculously early - I can understand it if it would take 14 hours to get somewhere and you want to arrive before dark, but it seems to apply even to short 4-6 hour journeys too). This trip didn't look too far on the map, but the 500km took nearly ten hours before we arrived at Tofo beach.

        Tofo is a great place - a small village on the coast, long white sandy beach, palm trees, and a ...