Mozambique is a special place, one where the Indian Ocean coastline is rich in natural beauty. The Bazaruto Archipelago, where the stunning Anantara Medjumbe Resort is located is particularly spectacular and home to a diverse and sometimes rare range of marine life.
“With 2,500 km of Indian Ocean coastline, Mozambique is an aqua-playground bathed in brilliant watercolour hues. Nowhere is its beauty more pristine than the Bazaruto Archipelago, a protected marine reserve and national park.
Ilha de Bazaruto, Island of the Mist, lies 30 km off the mainland.”
The sprawling resort lives up to the Anantara level of quality and attention to detail. The luxury hotel brand is known for its resorts across the world with a focus on providing local insights to travellers in beautiful settings. Visitors can stay in a range of villas, all designed to be either directly accessible from the beach, or with private plunge pools. Each villa is tastefully decorated with subtle nods to local culture and crafts.
“Rolling sand dunes melt into clear azure ocean. Swim with dolphins and experience the annual migration of humpback whales from July to October. Set sail for the sunset. Lose yourself to nature’s beauty in one of the last untouched paradises.”
There are all the usual facilities you would expect from a resort of this calibre- multiple pools, gyms and snorkelling. Beyond this however, you can immerse yourself in unique activities such as local cooking classes, sailing, dune boarding and Dugong spotting. What better place to enjoy the comforts of Satara's luxury furniture. A once in a lifetime experience!
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