About Via Africa
Via Africa is an informal self-catering lodge designed for large groups or families, comprising a large communal area with a fully-equipped kitchen, two toilets, a bar and dining room. The area is surrounded by six double rooms, each with air-conditioning and en-suite bathrooms ensuring total privacy. A large wooden deck with three barbecues and a large swimming pool complete the picture.
The lodge is a mere two-minute walk from the world-famous Bilene Blue Lagoon and a 10-minute boat ride to the mouth, opening up to the fully stocked Indian Ocean with average water temperatures of 26 degrees Celsius. The town of Bilene offers two petrol stations, a bakery, informal market, bottle store, restaurants, a clinic, and pharmacy.
Beach: Located just a two-minute walk from the world-famous Bilene Blue Lagoon.
A 50% deposit is required to secure booking, with full payment due 90 days prior to arrival.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Bilene
(1.7 km from Bilene)
Bilene Beach offers an extensive stretch of white sandy beach. Tucked behind the beach is the wonderful 27 km long San Martin estuary, also known as Lagoa Uembje. Bilene is the closest beach resort in Mozambique to Johannesburg, and attracts...
(1.8 km from Bilene)
The Lagoa Uembje (Uembje Lagoon), or Sao Martinho as it was known during colonial times, is an amazing boating and watersports venue. Occasionally open to the sea, the lagoon is separated from Praia do Bilene by a long strip of sand dunes. Try...
(1.2 km from Bilene)
Kick back with an ice cold 2M beer at the beachfront Coconuts Bar in Complexo Palmeiras. Here you can watch DSTV or play a game of snooker.
(5.2 km from Bilene)
Walk from the lagoon mouth to the viewpoint on top of Turtle Cliff. The climb starts 1.5 km from the beach. Enjoy magnificent 360-degree views of Bilene Lagoon and the coastline. It’s a great place to watch whales on their migration up the...