Overlooking the bay and the Islands of The Bazaruto Archipelago, the newly opened Pescador Hotel offers exclusive accommodation and fine dining in the vibrant coastal town of Vilanculos. Catering perfectly to the business traveller and holidaymakers alike, this upmarket retreat is set in secure, private gardens on the seafront, providing easy access to local amenities including banks and shops. Situated only a couple of kilometres from both the international airport and the harbour make transfers to the islands simple, be it for a day trip or an extended stay.
Each of the six tastefully appointed bedrooms boasts magnificent ocean views and air-conditioning for maximum comfort. All bathrooms are en-suite, fitted with both baths and showers catering for every guest’s individual needs. The dining and relaxation area is extensive - rich colours blend with dark wood and Persian carpets to give a subtle Eastern flavour. A stylish bar, limited to diners only, completes the setting.
Alternatively, a wooden staircase leads to an upstairs outdoor deck where one can dine with a cool breeze filtering in from the sea – perfect for warm summer evenings. The cuisine is varied, with a taste for every palate, and includes sumptuous seafood combinations. There is also a salt water swimming pool and outdoor entertainment area which are available for use by residents. Adjacent to the pool area is a block comprising five fully furnished and equipped offices with Internet and shortly ADSL access which can be leased by prior arrangement with the management.
The Bazaruto Archipelago is made up of several tropical islands and includes some awesome reefs which are home to a diverse array of marine life. As a result, there are a host of water sports available in the area including world-class deep-sea fishing, scuba diving and snorkelling. Activities can be booked through the Pescador management, with prices available on request.
Beach: Located within walking distance from the beach.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling