Medjumbe Island - Quirimbas - Mozambique

The magnificent Quirimbas Archipelago in Cabo Delgado Province, Northern Mozambique, is a captivating chain of thirty six islands waiting to be discovered. In the midst of this jewel-like chain lies Medjumbe Island - just 800 metres in length and 350 metres wide - a magical destination with private beaches to be discovered and a pristine underwater world to explore.

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The impressive 1,500km2 marine area of Quirimbas National Park includes eleven coral islands stretching for 100km. These islands feature phenomenal vertical drop-offs, some up to 400 metres. These walls are abundant with coral covered caves and tropical fish ranging from gobies to mammoth Napoleon wrasse and game fish including kingfish and Spanish mackerel.Leisure fishing is offered as an activity with the opportunity of hooking a Marlin, sailfish, dogtooth tuna, mackerel, various species of kingfish and the infamous bonefish.

For dedicated diving enthusiasts as well as those seeking a secluded island sanctuary, Medjumbe Island Resort provides a private island haven unique to Africa. Deluxe accommodation consists of thirteen thatched chalets with en-suite bathrooms fitted with indoor shower and separate bath as well as a private outdoor shower. All chalets are beautifully furnished and are equipped with air conditioning, outdoor hammock, ceiling fans, fully mosquito screened, hair dryer, mini bar, personal electronic safe, satellite TV and the convenience of tea/coffee making facilities.

Chalets are set separately from the main building where you'll dine on sublime local seafood fare, relax at the swimming pool and enjoy exotic cocktails at the bar.

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