- Sport Fishing.
- Snorkelling & Scuba Diving.
- Water skiing, Knee boarding.
- Whale & Dolphin Watching.
- Horse riding & Horse trails.
- Bird watching.
- 9-Hole Golf course.
- Sunset cruises, Island excursions to Paradise Island and romantic, traditional Dhow excursions
- Lodge type; Lodge
- Location; Bazaruto Archipelago
- Lodge size; 42 Chalets
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
The Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort & Spa is an exquisite island destination situated on Bazaruto Island, the largest island in the Mozambican archipelago of the same name. It offers visitors the quintessential Indian Ocean island holiday as well as a gateway to the unspoilt beauty of the surrounding area.
The largest of the archipelago islands, Bazaruto is one of Africa's premier scuba diving destinations. Divers are able to see over 100 species of coral, thousands of tropical fish species, five kinds of dolphins, four whale species and sharks, all five marine sea turtle species and the largest population of the rare dugong on the African east coast.
Anantara Bazaruto Resort offers world-class luxury and facilities, it's elegant yet natural design perfectly complimenting the beauty of its tropical location overlooking Indigo Bay on Bazaruto Island.
The guest areas, as well as the Deluxe Sea View Pool Villas, have been constructed of natural materials like reed, soft-fringed thatch and wood in order to blend harmoniously with the natural surroundings. Each chalet and villa offer complete luxury, with air-conditioning, mosquito screens, sumptuous en-suite bathrooms, mini-bars, 24-hour power, satellite TV and telephone access.
A choice of separate, inter-leading and shared Deluxe Sea View Pool Villas are available.
Spectacular restaurants specializing in seafood, and characterful bars with original walls dating back to the early Portuguese traders, provide the focus of the living areas.
State-of-the-art facilities at Anantara Bazaruto include restaurants, bars, swimming pools, specialist dive pool, and an activity centre, which coordinates a wide variety of water sports, as well as diving and fishing activities.
Mozambique Diving; The Bazaruto Marine National Park offers some of the finest and most unexplored diving in the world with untouched coral reefs and an astounding diversity of marine species.
Mozambique Fishing; The Bay provides the perfect launch pad from which to experience some of the most exciting game fishing to be found in the world.
Land and Water Sports; Bazaruto Island provides a diverse and stimulating environment within which to keep active all day long. Water sports lovers can enjoy water-skiing, wake boarding, knee boarding, kayaking, windsurfing and Hobiecat sailing in the warm Indian Ocean offshore. Dune boarding on the island's high dunes is fantastic fun for the entire family whilst nature lovers will enjoy bird watching and exploring the interesting fauna and flora around the island.
Rates on Request
Rates form part of Mozambique Safari itinerary
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollar
*Rates may vary according to season
- All flights
- Items of a personal nature
- Medical and travel insurance
- Lunch and dinner
- Spa Treatments
- All drinks
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