Travellers whisk their friends away to the beaches of a tropical paradise with a five-night stay at the exquisite Ebony Beach in Mozambique.
The Hotel at a Glance
Nestled on the coast of Vilankulos in Inhambane, Ebony Beach lures travellers in with a balmy tropical climate, clear blue seas and breath-taking scenery. Gateway to the Bazaruto Archipelago, a group of five islands and Mozambique's only underwater national park, Ebony Beach makes the perfect base for exploring all that Mozambique has to offer.
With an idyllic location on the pristine white sands and turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, Ebony Beach’s two villas create a barefoot paradise for total relaxation. Lulled by the sounds of the waves lapping on the beach just 10 meters away.
- Two restaurants within walking distance of villa
- Spacious villas with direct beach access
- Diving, snorkelling, game fishing, pro-guided fly fishing tours, dolphin and whale watching and water sports available
Designed with indigenous materials and handcrafted timber, the spacious villas offer direct beach access, a spacious lounge and dining area, private wooden deck and swimming pool, TV and iPod speaker.
- Four bedrooms; two king-size beds, and one double or two single beds in the other rooms
- Private wooden deck and swimming pool with panoramic sea views
- Two-storey villa offers en-suite bathrooms downstairs with outdoor bath, shower and private garden with a shared bathroom for the upstairs bedrooms; single-story villa offers en-suite bathrooms in all bedrooms
- Furniture crafted from indigenous teak and mahogany by local carpenters in a contemporary island style
- Mosquito nets and fans
What to do in Mozambique
Combining luxury and adventure with a feel of the exotic and undiscovered, Mozambique is quickly becoming known as the Cinderella of African adventure travel. With over 2,500 kilometers of unspoiled coastline, travellers can sun themselves on pristine white sand beaches like Vilankulos, Pemba, Tofo, or Quirimbas, or explore the untouched wilderness of Gorongosa National Park, Limpopo National Park, or Niassa Reserve.
The vibrant culture, bright colours, rhythmic music, and expertly crafted sculptures will leave adventurers feeling awed – whether they’re kicking back listening to the rhythm of hand-made instruments or watching the local women sing, clap and dance to the beat, dressed in their traditional capulanas. Those seeking more of a culinary adventure can also revel in some of the best seafood around, prepared in a unique, African mixed with Portuguese and Indian style.
Dubbed “Terra de Boa Gente” (Land of the Good People) by Vasco da Gama when he first discovered it in the 15th century, Mozambique is still one of the friendliest lands to visit.