As newlyweds you want to splurge on the most exciting time of your life. Choose Vamizi Island, an incredibly romantic honeymoon for Quirimba Holidays. Welcome to the real remote and beautiful. Sit back and allow professionally trained local islanders to pamper your mind and body.
TREATS AND SURPRISES FOR TWO… Honeymooners are welcomed on arrival with a chilled bottle of champagne in their sumptuous beach villa. Then a candlelit dinner on the beach. Add a sunset dhow cruise for 2, a private nature tour of the island with the resident guide, finished off with a complimentary 15-minute head massage.
CRAZY DINNER DELIGHTS… Couples in love will delight in the sheer quality and freshness of the contemporary and traditional cuisine on offer. The ocean holds the key to the Vamizi Island menu. Your greatest dilemma will be whether to eat the famous Mozambican prawns and lobster in the privacy of your own villa, or straight off the beach barbeque!
ROBINSON CRUSOE VILLAS… Vamizi Island epitomises Robinson Crusoe barefoot chic making it the ultimate honeymoon haven. Choose one of 6 discreet villas spread out along one of the world’s most wondrous beaches. With only the Samango monkeys, green turtles and giant coconut crabs for company, honeymoon couples can enjoy spotless linen drapes and wooden finishes.
HUGE SHOWERS, ENORMOUS VISTAS… Sink into the luxury of huge rooms, massive four poster beds, roomy open-plan lounge areas and generous bathrooms. Spend most of your days outside kayaking, bird-watching, fishing, snorkelling, diving or whale-watching. But no one will mind if you prefer to just laze about in the warmth of the ocean or on the icing sugar beach.
MASSAGES AND MARINE CONSERVATION… Book a private spa treatment in your villa to massage the day’s sun and sea away or just to unwind and indulge. Explore Vamizi, one big conservation project that still aims to protect the traditional way of life. This includes the ocean basin and coral reefs – home to vast fish stocks, abundant marine life and whale, dolphin and turtle populations.