About Tofo Beach Accommodation
Tofo Beach Accommodation is located in Tofo, a lovely beach town in the Inhambane Province of Mozambique. Tofo Beach Accommodation offers tourists a choice of three self-catering cottages, with a home-like atmosphere. The cottages are equipped for self-catering and feature electricity, warm water, fridges and separate freezers, cooking facilities, cutlery and crockery, bedding, and mosquito nets. Each cottage have a stunning, big veranda with spectacular views of the beach and ocean - guests may even spot dolphins and whales. The cottages are equipped with safes for valuables and the bathrooms have showers only. Each house have an outside barbecue area.All the cottages are serviced daily and the house cleaner can also arrange someone to do your laundry at a small fee. Although 220 volt electricity and standard three-point plugs are provided, during peak season the electricity supply cannot match Tofo’s demand and periodic power cuts are experienced. In addition, a guard patrols the area during the night to ensure guests' safety.Tofo is a lovely open beach with lovely reefs for fishing and snorkeling, spazas, beach bars and dive schools. The headland is a favourite spot for fishermen when high tide covers the shelf, allowing casting for king fish. Tofinho is also the site of the Frelimo Monument to Fallen Heroes and a spectacular blowhole near the tip of the point can give a raw display of power when there is a large swell running.Tofo Beach Accommodation is the perfect place to slow down your pace of life, relax and just leave your footprints.
Beach: Located on the beach, approximately 50m from the sea water. All 3 houses have verandas with lovely sea views.
Family friendly: The houses cater for families to enjoy their holidays.
Stay between 01 Aug 2019 and 30 Nov 2019 and get 10% off on selected rooms.
- 7 night min stay (check-in between 01 Aug 2019 and 30 Nov 2019)
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