Quirimbas Archipelago

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Quirimbas Archipelago

The Quirimbas Archipelago is a captivating chain of 27 islands just off the north coast of Mozambique. The waters around the archipelago are notable for their staggering underwater drop-offs and rich ocean wildlife, including over 5 species of turtle, 30 different genera of coral and over 354 species of reef fish.

Okavango and Chobe safari

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John Gorman

Featured itineraries

Quirimbas Island Hopping Safari

This 8-day part mobile / part lodge safari will show you the best of the Quirimbas Archipelago, Mozambique. You will spend four nights mobile camping on the islands of Quirimba and Matemo, before transferring to the barefoot luxury of Ibo Island Lodge.

Destination

  • Mozambique

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays
  • Cruise Holidays

Prices from£2880 pp

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Accommodation

Azura Quilalea

Azura Quilalea is a striking lodge, situated on a private island marine sanctuary in the Quirimbas Archipelago, and fringed with pristine beaches.

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Guludo Beach Lodge

Guludo is a stylish, eco-friendly beach lodge offering rustic beach accommodation on a remote island in the Quirimbas Archipelago.

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Ibo Island Lodge

This beautiful beach retreat occupies pride of place on Ibo's famous Rue Bella Vue, and comprises three renovated 19th century mansions, set among pretty gardens just a few steps away from the beach.

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Nuarro Lodge

Nuarro Lodge is an owner-run eco-lodge which occupies a wonderful position in Nanatha Bay, on the Baixo do Pinda Peninsula, Quirimbas.

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Pemba Beach Hotel

Pemba Beach Hotel is a lovely beach resort located in the Pemba region of the Quirimbas Archipelago, with excellent facilities and easy access to a range of activities.

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Vamizi Island Lodge

Vamizi Island Lodge is the perfect destination for an intimate getaway - a small, remote lodge enjoying 8km of exclusive beach access on a tiny island in the northern Quirimbas Archipelago.

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Testimonial

Saw 172 cats, 20 cheetah, 3 leopard, 2 serval and 147 lion. Took 1300 photos-they will take some sorting out!

Annie