About Bonito Bay
Situated in the quiet, picturesque area of Morrungulo in the Inhambane province of Mozambique, Bonito Bay offers a range of clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation options, ranging from backpackers rooms to B&B packages.
Bonito Bay has an affordable onsite dive center, restaurant and bar. They also offer WI-Fi for guests, clean ablutions, comfortable beds, linen and towels. Some rooms are more private and have a shower en-suite.
Costs vary but are typically more affordable than most. VISA and Master card are also accepted.
Beach: Quiet and tranquil beaches that go on for miles. We also have the only onsite dive center in the entire region.
Spa: Massage services on site.
Wedding Venues: Weddings can be hosted with prior bookings.
Family friendly: We cater for all ages with a kiddies swimming pool, table tennis and pool table.
Romantic: Quiet and tranquil - perfect for couples wanting to get away.
Bonito Bay Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Morrungulo
(34.6 km from Morrungulo)
Pomene Nature Reserve is a tiny marine reserve incorporating a narrow sandy peninsula, beautiful lagoon and mangrove estuary. The remote location and small local population has kept Pomene Bay’s environment pristine. Here the resorts and locals...
(36.5 km from Morrungulo)
Visit the ruins of the vibrant and once-famous Pomene Hotel. You can almost feel the vibes from past holidaymakers, although the area subsequently became a Renamo stronghold during the 20-year civil war. Built in 1964, the hotel had impressive...
(40.9 km from Morrungulo)
Scuba dive or snorkel with numerous tropical fish in the protected waters of the Pomene estuary. At depths of 3 to 5 meters you will find a wonderful variety of sea life ranging from potato bass to eels. It’s easy to spend an hour or more finning...
(41.7 km from Morrungulo)
Pomene Bay boasts miles of soft white sandy beaches and a large estuary with crystal clear salt water, home to a magnificent diversity of fish, dolphins and flamingos. Leather back turtles, sailfish and manta rays frequent the shallow and deep-water...