Nordin's Lodge

Address: Tofo, Mozambique | Villa
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This villa, located in Tofo, is near Green Square, Tripoli's Medina, Fort Sao Sebastian, and Tripoli's Jamahiriya Museum.
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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

      Tofo is a beach paradise. I'm typing this sitting on the beach under a palm tree facing the Indian ocean. There could be worse places to hang out. Despite originally planning only a brief stopover here, i ended up staying for 1.5 weeks, which is the longest I've stayed in one place so far. With great diving, a nice beach, decent food and a hut for 33usd a night, who wouldn't want to stay here forever? It's no wonder people come here and never leave. In this ...

      Mozambique part 3: a diving milestone

      A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Sep 15, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      I did my 100th dive here which is a big milestone for a diver. The list of countries I've dived in is an odd bunch: US, the Cayman Islands, Mexico, Thailand, Malaysia, turkey, Iceland, South Africa, Mozambique, Egypt and the Philippines. Like Ariel from "the little mermaid", I found a whole new world, one I thought was only accessible via the national geographic channel. Diving is like the safari, you have to do it at least once in your life. It's also like a ...

      Swimming with dolphins and whale sharks in Tofo

      A travel blog entry by mandibee on Sep 25, 2013

      27 photos

      ... way haha so funny it swam below us but the sheer size of it and the fright we got was so funny.

      We swam with it two other times, it was so close I could have touched its tail it was massive so graceful and just an amazing experience we were so lucky cause the tours the previous days hadn't seen anything.

      We met a couple on the tour and he was living in same area of London as us - ...

      Another day of many blessings...

      A travel blog entry by aumcafrica2013 on Aug 05, 2013


      Today was another day of many blessings in Cambine.

      This morning I rode into town (Maxixe) with Maisa and Danitria to buy vegetables and fruit from the local vendors, and bread, cheese and snacks from the grocery store. As we drove I marveled at the beauty of this country- the lush green of the palm trees, the deep blue sky and big, dramatic white clouds. I am a 'sky person', and Mozambique seems like it almost all sky.


      Tofo - Turtle Cove

      A travel blog entry by africaadventure on Jul 31, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... something since the two nights we've stayed here it's been cold showers all round, with the boiler happily smoldering away as if just for show. The first night it poured with rain for hours, affirming the decision to move into the dorm. There was thoughts of us drifting away into the sea had we been in our tent, or sitting in the middle of the tent clutching all our belongings watching water seep in on the ...