Medjumbe Private Island has earned its enviable reputation as Mozambique's best-kept secret. This tiny, pristine Quirimbas island with its bewitching ocean views and stunning coral reefs, is world-renowned for offering barefoot luxury, privacy, and unparalleled hospitality.
Its signature is stylish simplicity, with delicious seafood, some of the world's premier diving and fishing, and a wealth of romantic delights combining to form a heady menu. The 13 palm-thatched beach chalets on Medjumbe are the ultimate in sophisticated simplicity, just steps away from the warm Indian Ocean. Nestling on the white sands, they offer privacy and seclusion, yet are situated conveniently close to our guest areas. Outside each chalet, a private plunge pool with stunning Indian Ocean views provides relief from the tropical Mozambique heat and a hammock ensures ultimate relaxation, the Quirimbas way. Ensconced in your private beach haven is as close as it gets to personal heaven.
Accommodation consists of five twin and eight double rooms with en-suite bathrooms fitted with an indoor shower and separate bath as well as a private outdoor shower and plunge pool.
Facilities and services include a restaurant with inside and outside deck and verandah, lounge, bar, swimming pool, and a loft area overlooking the Indian Ocean with magnificent views of the bay. Activities at Medjumbe range from diving and snorkelling to fishing, water-skiing, and kayaking.
Situated in the Quirimbas Archipelago in Northern Mozambique, Medjumbe Island offers pristine beaches and fantastic dive sites, and is ideal for diving enthusiasts and honeymooners alike.
- Type: Resort
- Sleeps: 28
- Check-in: 01:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
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- Laundry Facilities*
- Satellite TV*
- Swimming Pool
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