White Pearl Resort
White Pearl Resorts is situated 25km north of the Kosi Bay Border. It is a private beach resort situated on the southern coast of Mozambique.
Nestled in a sheltered bay on Mozambique’s Lagoon Coast, poised amongst the dunes on timber stilts, 21 luxurious suites have been sensitively designed to take advantage of the beautiful natural setting, while protecting the fragile eco-systems beneath them.
Cool, clean lines, contemporary furniture and a palette inspired by the surrounding coastal landscape, make for a getaway out of this world.
Beach Pool Suites are the best in the house! Beyond your glass doors is an uninterupted view of the private beach and turquoise ocean as far as the eye can see!
Suites also come with their own private plunge pools and outdoor showers as well as all the other standard amenities you’ve come to expect from a 5 star resort!
Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort
The Bazaruto Archipelago of protected national park islands are located just 30 kilometers off Mozambique’s coast. A 15-minute flight from Vilanculos Airport provides guests with their first glimpse of paradise.
With 5 different villa types on offer, there is something for everyone. Villa features include outdoor shower, veranda & air conditioning.
There is a vast array of activities on offer including snorkeling in the aquamarine waters of the Indian Ocean, diving, island tours, horse riding, deep sea fishing & dhow sunset cruises just to name a few!
With few distractions to interrupt your stay at Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort, you can completely lose yourself in dazzling natural beauty, peaceful island life and unforgettable experiences.
Qualalea Island, on which the Azura Quilalea is located, is one of the Southern-most islands in the Quirimbas Archipelago.
Azure Quilalea a private, wholly uninhabited island paradise surrounded by the pristine waters of the Quirimbas Archipelago marine sanctuary.
Guests can choose between 3 villa categories: Kaskazi Villas, Kusi Villas, and Villa Quilalea. The villas are open-plan and spacious, with stylish décors of wood, cotton and materials such as rope, pebbles and rattan, all blending in seamlessly with the island surroundings. Guests need only take a few steps to the gleaming beach, or they may choose to bask on their sun lounger, recline in their sala, or cool off in their outdoor shower.
The villas are built from natural coral stone and makuti thatch, and all offer indoor/outdoor showers, private decks stretching out to the beach, daybeds and sun-loungers for relaxing.
Rains generally come in late October. January to March are hot and humid months, where temperatures often hit 35 degrees+, with tropical rainbursts, most often in the late afternoons or overnight bringing welcome relief from the heat. April to October are normally hot and dry months.