Escape to Vamizi Island



Visitors to Mozambique just love an island holiday at Vamizi Island – the incredible setting where one lodge offers rustic yet luxurious accommodation in a sea of wilderness. There is so much to love about Vamizi, from the seafood picnic platters on the empty beach and the kayaking in the mangroves to sunset cruises on traditional dhows and reading books on the villa veranda where only the stillness accompanies you.

The design and feel of Vamizi Lodge has taken the island holiday experience to a whole new level. The message is clear –you will dream of coming back after your experience in this fantasy world. Think beyond the mere five star luxury and world class facilities – think privacy, serenity and classy simplicity on top of that.

Kick off your shoes and indulge in sheer escapism on your Mozambique island holiday.  Accommodation in 13 private villas is the best place for real rest and relaxation in the region’s sublime Quirimbas Archipelago.

Families will book the two-bedroom havens and children will gasp with delight when they walk barefoot directly onto their own bit of private beach. Escape and gaze across an incredible Archipelago – monumental silence and limitless activities.

The diving is the best in Africa, so they say, the reefs still intact, the seas always clear blue. Look for huge Napoleon wrasse and groupers, game fish and dolphins. Vamizi Island is the only resort in the area so the dive sites are unpopulated yet teeming with fish.

Vamizi is a breathtaking Mozambique paradise island. Your days will be busy with swimming in the ocean, building sand castles and going on snorkelling trips. The whole family can do yoga and enjoy massages on the villa veranda while watching the ocean.

This is what a Mozambique island holiday should be about. It should also be about the food: your biggest dilemma will be whether to eat the famous Mozambican prawns and lobster in the privacy of your own villa, in the fabulous lofty beach house restaurant or straight off the beach barbeque!

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