Spend your next holiday in Bilene - 180km North of Maputo
Bilene offers a unique attraction which isn't just the beach itself but the enormous salt water lagoon called Uembje, which ultimately gives visitors the chance to appreciate and experience the best of both worlds in one location. Read more ►
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On the wild shore of Lake Niassa, the 9th largest lake in the world, is where we built Nkwichi lodge. At 560km long, 80km wide and up to 700m deep, it forms the eastern border between Malawi and Mozambique. The lake's fresh water is crystal clear and contains a greater variety of indigenous fish species of than any other lake in the world ...
Inhambane, the name meaning 'the place of the friendly people', is one of the oldest ports on the Eastern Coast of Africa, where, back in the early 16th century, Portugese explorers established a trading post for slavetraders. Ancient sailors would advantage of the ... ACCOMMODATION IN BARRA + TOURIST INFO
The very popular village of Bilene (Praia do Bilene) is approximately a 1 and a half hours drive from Maputo (+/- 180km) and is not too far Xai Xai. Whats unique about Bilene is that it sits on the edge of a salt water lagoon, called Sao Martinho that runs roughly 27km parallel to the ... ACCOMMODATION IN BILENE + TOURIST INFO
Often confused with 'Pemba Island' in Zanzibar of tanzania...Welcome to the very Northern part of Mozambique, to a city called Pemba (formely known as Porto Amelia). The city lies on the southern side of Pemba Bay - a VERY large bay ... In fact, its the 3rd ... ACCOMMODATION IN PEMBA + TOURIST INFO