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Kara O'Mula Country Lodge is located at a pristine site at the foot of the magnificent Mulanje...
Kara O'Mula Country Lodge is located at a pristine site at the foot of the magnificent Mulanje Mountain. The main structure is a 1905 renovated colonial building that was the residence of the district commissioner. It is 12kms from the Likhubula Falls and the Dziwe la Nkhalamba natural pool.
from R222
Sleeps 86 in 29 rooms

166.87km from Mozambique

Chawani Bungalow

from R2774
Sited on the slopes of the Thyolo Mountain, this historic tea planter’s bungalow is a relaxed,...
Sited on the slopes of the Thyolo Mountain, this historic tea planter’s bungalow is a relaxed, family-friendly retreat surrounded by lush, protected, subtropical rainforests.
from R2774
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

164.80km from Mozambique

Huntingdon House

from R4153
Huntingdon House is situated in arguably the most scenically beautiful region of Malawi. The...
Huntingdon House is situated in arguably the most scenically beautiful region of Malawi. The Thyolo District forms the heart of Malawi's tea-producing region with rolling hills of immaculately cultivated, emerald green plantations and some of the oldest estates in the country.
from R4153
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

163.89km from Mozambique

Fisherman's Rest

from R208
Fisherman’s Rest is set on 50 acres of stunning private nature reserve with views over the Great...
Fisherman’s Rest is set on 50 acres of stunning private nature reserve with views over the Great Rift Valley. On offer are various accommodation options, designed to meet the needs of families, groups and individuals.
from R208
Sleeps 40 in 11 rooms

184.20km from Mozambique

Leslie Lodge

from R110
Leslie Lodge is a luxurious, well-equipped lodge situated in a quiet residential area of Blantyre....
Leslie Lodge is a luxurious, well-equipped lodge situated in a quiet residential area of Blantyre. The guest house features seven rooms and offers bed and breakfast accommodation, although some rooms have self-catering facilities.
from R110
Sleeps 18 in 7 rooms

195.90km from Mozambique

Thawale Lodge

from R4756
Situated within Majete around a serene floodlit waterhole that attracts a variety of wildlife,...
Situated within Majete around a serene floodlit waterhole that attracts a variety of wildlife, Thawale Lodge is a peaceful haven from which to experience Majete. Completely unfenced, the camp is regularly visited by wildlife.
from R4756

Palm Valley Lodge

from R1268
Palm Valley Lodge is situated on 17 acres of land in the Chigumula area of the Thyolo District. It...
Palm Valley Lodge is situated on 17 acres of land in the Chigumula area of the Thyolo District. It is close to the boundary with Blantyre District, a mere 10 minute drive from Limbe.
from R1268
Sleeps 14 in 7 rooms

183.60km from Mozambique

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Njiri Eco Camp

from R1740
Njiri Eco Camp is based in Coutada 9, a wildlife area located between Tete and Chimoio, in...
Njiri Eco Camp is based in Coutada 9, a wildlife area located between Tete and Chimoio, in Mozambique.
from R1740
Sleeps 12 in 3 rooms

185.92km from Mozambique

Tandikwe Bush Camp

from R2800
Tandikwe Bush Camp is located in Coutada 9, a wildlife area Manica province of Mozambique.
Tandikwe Bush Camp is located in Coutada 9, a wildlife area Manica province of Mozambique.
from R2800
Sleeps 16 in 4 rooms

185.92km from Mozambique

special Home Up Guest House | Accommodation Blantyre
from R650
Sleeps 9 in 3 rooms

194.50km from Mozambique

Mozambique

Mozambique Tented Camp Accommodation

Mozambique is a gorgeous tropical paradise of a country. The coastline is long, and palm-fringed beaches define lovely bays sheltering colourful coral reefs. But like any paradise – there's the odd rotten apple and even a serpent or two. A hideous twenty-year war when the country was used as a pawn between the superpowers, and neighbouring countries, was followed by devastating cyclones and floods. Mozambique still has a way to go but it's bouncing back. If there was an Oscar ceremony for countries, Mozambique would win the award for resilience and grace under pressure.

The beautiful beaches are fully operational, there are dive operators almost everywhere the reefs are easily accessible, and accommodation options range from backpackers and camping sites to five star extravaganzas. Most of the towns and cities are picking up slowly and there is a certain shabby chic touch to unmaintained Art Deco buildings decaying in style. The streets are lined with flowering trees and vibrant markets and small businesses. The main reasons most people visit Mozambique, though are to dive, fish, sun tan or indulge in yummy seafood. Mozambique is renowned for its succulent swimming prawns – although by the time most people see them they're swimming in peri-peri sauce. (In case you're wondering, swimming prawns are distinct from those rather squooshy things that hide out in the mud – and they taste muucch better.)

Ponta do Ouro and Ponta Malongane, together just called Ponta and just across the border from South Africa, are very popular diving, fishing and surfing resorts. In the 1970s Maputo was the playground of southern Africa – balmy nights, Portuguese wine, prawns by the bucketful and wild Latin-African rhythms made this a party destination of note. It's coming – with a bit more style and a lot more relaxed dress code.

In Maputo Bay is Inhaca Island – a little tropical paradise all of its own. Mangrove forests, lovely beaches, a good hotel, great diving and snorkelling, a small low key marine museum and a small village give it a special holiday air. There are good beach destinations all up the coast, but the more popular areas include the area around Inhambane, the Bazaruto Archipelago and, in the last few years, the far north, near Pemba.
You can drive into Mozambique from South Africa and the roads, while not exactly pristine, are passable in a two-wheel drive vehicle. The bus service is adequate but only for relatively adventurous travellers. There are international airports at Maputo, Inhambane, Vilanculos (near the Bazaruto Archipelago) and Pemba.

Note: If you are planning to travel to Mozambique please be aware that this region is malarial. Consult your doctor or travel clinic for advice and refer to our article on malaria.

Mozambique is a gorgeous tropical paradise of a country. The coastline is long, and palm-fringed beaches define lovely bays sheltering colourful coral reefs. But like any paradise – there's the odd rotten apple and even a serpent or two. A hideous...

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If you are looking for Mozambique holiday accommodation, SafariNow has a selection of Self-catering, Lodge, Resort holiday accommodation in Mozambique and surrounds. With 346 listings in Mozambique, our handy Mozambique map search and great low prices, it's easy to book the perfect holiday accommodation for your Mozambique visit. We also have some great special accommodation deals in Mozambique

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