Bazaruto Islands – Mozambique

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Situated off Mozambique on the east coast of Africa, The Bazaruto Islands are one of the most spectacular destinations on earth. The Islands offer exclusive accommodation options. Sunsets, peace and solitude are a reality on the Bazaruto islands, allowing the visitor to choose what or what not to do. Guests can relax on un spoilt, un crowded, pristine beaches while for the more active there is excellent bird watching, superb diving and snorkeling as well as excellent fishing.

Year round warm tropical climate. An almost untouched paradise on earth, the archipelago has earned its reputation as the ‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’. Visitors to BazarutoBetween the islands boats are the only option, on the islands walking is the way to go.The costal area surrounding the Bazaruto Archipelago is world renowned for its superb variety of white sand, alluring golden sunsets and tall palm trees. Enjoy stretches of untouched white sandy beaches and magnificent views.

The archipelago’s coral reefs and crystal waters offer some of the best diving in the world. Parot fishDive sites are un crowded and marine life is varied and abundant. With sites at a depth of 12 to 30 metres and visibility up to 40 metres you will discover protected reefs teeming with dolphin, hump back whales, whale sharks, sharks, manta rays and turtles.The area surrounding is ranked as the best Marlin fishing destination in the Eastern Indian Ocean. Fly fishingThe season runs from early October through to end of January each year. The Bazaruto Archipelago offers salt water fly fishing for the sought-after bonefish. Experience a traditional sailing dhow around the Bazaruto Archipelago. The islands of Benguerra, Bazaruto, Magaruque and Santa Carolina are complemented with azure waters, sandy beaches, palm trees and pristine coral reefs.Bazaruto IslandsThe Bazaruto archipelago is made up of a chain of six idyllic islands namely Bazaruto, Benguerra, Margaruque, Santa Carolina (Paradise Island), Banque and Pansy Shell Islands.

The Bazaruto archipelago is truly one of the most beautiful destinations on the African continent. The area is now protected as a conservation area and national park, including the coral reefs surrounding the islands.

The National Park and surrounding marine environment is a unique eco-system sustaining a diverse population of fauna and flora including forest, savannah and wetlands.Bazaruto Islands2Bazaruto sustains the last viable population of the endangered dugong on the coast of Africa. Four species of turtle are found here. The samango monkey inhabits the islands and mangroves of the mainland. Wildlife includes small antelope, flamingos, pelicans, otters, dolphin, humpback whales and crocodiles in the inland island lakes. Hundreds of species of fish have been recorded and 160 species of birds.-Africametro

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