BAY OF SHELLS - INHAMBANE PROVINCE
Secluded white sandy dunes and beaches of Mozambique...
Relax or take a long stroll on the beach after breakfast, go snorkelling, scuba diving, deep sea fishing or just have a spa treatment to ease the stress away!
Inhambane, the name meaning 'the place of the friendly people', is one of the oldest ports on the Eastern Coast of Africa, where, back in the early 16th century, Portuguese explorers established a trading post for slave traders. Ancient sailors would take advantage of the calm estuary to stop over, buy goods and replenish for their voyages ahead. Even the Famous Vasco De Gama made Inhambane's trading post a regular place to stop over.
Although ships don't often visit Inhambane's port ... the harbour still has the largest fleet of working dhow's to this day!
ACCOMMODATION AND FEATURES :
12 Luxury en-suite bedrooms with panoramic views of the ocean.
Fully catered restaurant with views of the ocean.
Deep Sea fishing available from and at the lodge.
Snorkelling and swimming all year round in crystal clear water with temperatures ranging from 26-30 degrees Celsius.
Whale Sharks are prevalent throughout the year & Hump Back Whales are seen between August and October.
Local Beach bars, restaurants and curio shops to explore and enjoy lunch with daily catches from the sea.
Flights 3 times a week available from Johannesburg to Inhambane or self drive 5 hours from Maputo on the newly Tarred highway.
Enjoy the perfect beach break away on the long white sandy beach with total privacy in mind...
Bay of Shells boasts a beachside pool and offers a range of activities that can be done on-site and in and around the area, including:
- Deep Sea Fishing (full and half day)
- Ocean Safari's
- Diving & diving courses
- Sea Kayaking
- Quad Biking
- Paddle Skiing
- Body Boarding