Where is Medjumbe?
Medjumbe is a small private island, part of the protected Quirimbas Archipelago that stretches along Mozambique’s northern coastline. Here, you will see horizons of white beaches, turquoise lagoon and endless Indian Ocean blue. The resort has only 12 beach villas dotting our island, which makes this a private, romantic getaway.
Some of the top activities include diving in some of the world’s most beautiful reefs, whale and dolphin watching and lazing on deserted stretches of beach while sea turtles come to shore to lay their eggs.
Highlights of Medjumbe
A private island with only 12 beach pool villas
Reached by all-inclusive helicopter transfer from Pemba
World-class diving, sailing, deep-sea fishing and water sports
Whale and dolphin watching
Wake up to beautiful ocean views. Have a romantic stroll on the beach with a beautiful sunset in the background. Cool off in your splash pool overlooking the beautiful, endless, blue ocean.
Each villa has:
Direct beach access
36 sqm of indoor living space
Oceanfront deck, plunge pool and cabana
At dinner time you can expect world flavours, local specialities and fresh seafood served alongside extraordinary ocean views. Enjoy the tastes of island life, away from it all.
The resort pool is blissfully quiet and perfect for sunbathing while overlooking the beautiful ocean.
The Quirimbas Achipelago is one of the world’s premier diving destinations all year round. Discover over 100 species of coral, thousands of tropical fish, five species of dolphin, four types of whale annd shark, five sea turtle species and the largest population of rare dugons on the East Africa coast.
Non motorized sport
Explore the beach fronts while kayaking or standing up on paddle boards, watching the coral life below.
Activities ranging from water skiing, mono skiing or wake boarding to choose from.
Go on a catamaran adventure or follow the locals in a traditional dhow boat. Be your own captain or enjoy with experienced crew.
Take in the mesmerizing colours of Mozambique with champagne in the hand on a traditional dhow boat.
Be sure that you will be left in awe after visiting this beautiful and romantic resort!
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