Good cost benefit. Staff is very helpful and kind. The Lodge is at good location and offers daily speed boat trips to Paradise Island. Rooms could use some renovation. Excellent restaurant at good price. Would definitely go back!
Tarsila Bonaldo, Mozambique
14 February 2013
The experience at Casa Luna was bad, and would not recommend to anyone, for the following reasons:
One. The price of 4,700 meticais per night is offered misfit quality of the tents that are old;
2nd. Night December 23, 2012, at 4:30 am we were awakened by the birds that are caught in the cage next to the stall number 5, and I can not sleep. They moved us to the tent number 3;
3rd. Night December 24, 2012, at 1:30 am I had to complain telephone to Tony Coelho of loud live music in the restaurant. Promptly turned off the music but I can not sleep ...
4th. Night January 2, 2013, around 4:00 am, due to rain, water started dripping on top of our bed. Had to put the curtain over the toilet to the fan protection so that water does not drip upon us;
5th. Complain because there are ants in the tent. They gave us a spray to be us to kill ants ... Both tents n, 3 and n, 5 had thousands of ants in the bathroom and bedroom;
6th. One of the meals, the lobster was served "burned." Showed us sorry but.
And the worst was when we checked out, we had an account of 51.101,93 MZM and demanded us to pay additional 5% because using VISA, or were circumvented in 2.689,58 MZM.
I recall that you SafariNow.com make no reference to this increase (banter) on your site, so I was required to pay 51.101,93+2.689,58 = 53.791,50 MZM.
For the above, I recommend the website and professionals SafariNow.com, but would not recommend to any customer the new management of Casa Luna.
Miguel Coelho, South Africa
04 January 2013
I stayed at Casa Luna over Christmas and New Year and had a great time. The lodge is very good, the food was very good and it’s in a great location, right on the beach. They are currently in the process of setting up a scuba diving school. The owners of the lodge make you very welcome, so if you are thinking of a holiday in Mozambique, I would definitely recommend Casa Luna.
Brian Dixon, Sierra Leone
10 January 2012
Great hospitality and a nice place for relaxation.
Tshimologo Mphelo, South Africa
09 January 2012
We spent five nights at Casa Luna in Inhassoro this December. The rooms were clean and comfortable. The hotel restaurant had great views of the sea, and the beach was just down the steps from the deck. However, our room, and many others were located behind the restaurant where there was lots of foot traffic and little privacy. Management was nice enough to put us in a better room for the last three nights that was away from the car park with more privacy. I suggest requesting one of these rooms in advance. The management seemed happy to accommodate such requests when possible. The beach is beautiful and not too touristy, with lots of local activity. The restaurant was very good. Breakfast was good, but monotonous. No fresh fruit or juice. We travelled with three kids, and the lodge was very accommodating towards them. We also went out to Paradise Island for a day, which we also highly recommend. We would probably go back, though the cost was on the high side for the potential of a room with little privacy and loud nights.
Joshua Smith, Zimbabwe
23 December 2011