Morrungulo Beach Lodge
About Morrungulo Beach Lodge
Morrungulo is located in a palm fringed bay, and a 20-minute drive from the town of Massinga, North of Inhambane and approximately 550 kilometres from Maputo. The area has a stunning stretch of coastline, with its clear aquamarine sea and soft white sand. It has been voted one of the best beaches in Mozambique.
It is far from the madding crowds and offers an excellent destination for families, fishermen, honeymooners and divers. It is known for excellent fishing, and the famous Sylvia Reef offers unpatrolled diving where you can see an array of tropical fish, turtles, mantas and Spanish dancers to name a few.
Go for a long walk at sunrise or sunset or just sit and watch the waves. During the months of June through to November you will have frequent sightings of the humpback whales not far from the shore.
Morrungulo Lodge offers vast lawns under a dense forest of palms and tropical shade trees, bougainvillea, and frangipani blossoms. It has self-catering chalets, a luxury Villa, camping, a restaurant/bar with stunning views of the bay, an infinity swimming pool, and putt putt.
We have a separate campground. There are demarcated sites that all vary in size. Big sites for big groups and small sites for small groups. All prices are on a per-person basis. There are tiled public ablution blocks with gas-operated showers.
Campers bring all their own equipment just as they would to any camping area. We do not provide tents, beds, kitchen equipment. It's a piece of ground to camp on with lawned and shaded sites.
We have plug points centrally located and clients must bring an extension cable to connect to one. There is an additional charge for power.
Beach: Located right on the beachfront on a beautiful beach surrounded by coconut palms and indigenous trees.
Family friendly: Our lodge caters mainly for families, fishermen and honeymooners.
Camping Safaris: We have beautiful lawned and shaded campsites.
Non refundable 50% deposit to secure
Morrungulo Beach Lodge Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling