In the far north remote area of Mozambique the Quirimbas Archipelago lies just off shore, and is a 200 km long chain of 12 major islands, 20 smaller, coralline outcrops and endless sand-bar beaches.
With most of the southern part of the Archipelago being protected by the Quirimbas National Park, the sea life, and coral formations are beautifully looked after, allowing for one of the most pristine coastlines in the world.
Any journey to these outlying islands will be a highlight for travellers, with luxurious and small lodges being wonderfully hospitable, and offering a true island style experience.
Highlights of Quirimbas Archipelago include:
Some of the lodges in the Quirimbas are built on their own private islands. These lodges have been designed to offer guests the ultimate in exclusivity while taking advantage of the incredible location.
Combining a wildlife safari in one of Africa's wilderness areas with a stay on a private island in northern Mozambique will provide you with a holiday experience that will forever be hard to match.