Guludo is a true eco-lodge, set on undoubtedly the best beach in Mozambique's Quirimbas National Park.
Custom built bandas offer spectacular sea views, and have been designed to blend luxury with a mix of traditional and contemporary styles. Each banda has a raised platform sleeping area with king size bed and mosquito net, and the swahili-inspired verandah has a hammock and sun loungers. There is a large open air bathroom, with shower and an eco-toilet with a view!
The intimate lodge has a bar and restaurant, and activities on offer include snorkeling, paddle boarding, whale watching, and a village visit to discover local Mozambique culture.
The PADI affiliated dive centre offers a full range of courses and daily diving, catering for divers of all levels. Dive sites along the fringing reef include drop-offs, strong currents and coral gardens with a diverse coral and tropical fish life.
is featured in the following itinerary:
Northern Mozambique is one of the world’s last wildernesses and a great choice for those seeking remote luxury. The islands are home of the richest coral reefs in East Africa, with huge game fish, turtles and cetaceans.
When to go: Jan-Dec
Duration inc. flights: 10 days
Price inc. flights: From £4,350 pp
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The Quirimbas archipelago comprises 27 of the world’s most undiscovered islands, remaining virtually untouched as a diving destination. Fringing them are some of the richest coral reefs in East Africa, often visited by huge game fish, turtles, humpbacks and other cetaceans.
Ideal for viewing: humpback whale, napoleon wrasse, common dolphin, green turtle, dugong
Excellent for: Resort based diving, Luxury diving, Snorkelling