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Vamizi Island Lodge

Vamizi Island Lodge
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Be one of the small handful of guests that gets to step out of beautifully appointed beach villas into a world of powder sands, virginal reefs and secret coves. Vamizi Island Lodge is an exquisite five-star destination that remains one of the last pristine marine wilderness areas left in the Indian Ocean.

After so many years, hidden from the outside world, Vamizi Island Lodge is now very quietly opening its doors to be explored for the first time, through the most careful balance of conservation and discreet tourism. Delivering a unique tropical island and wildlife experience on the African coast, the lodge combines luxury adventure tourism, the empowerment of local communities and the protection of endangered wildlife and habitats. This spectacular twenty four-bed lodge looks towards Rongui from the end of a long powder-sand beach. It's been designed to complement the environment and to cause as little damage to it as possible. The construction uses almost entirely local materials, and the d�cor incorporates as much of the traditional design of the region as possible. Timber, thatch and stone all come from the mainland or the islands themselves, thus providing help to the local economy. The lodge comprises ten separate beach houses, each with its own large living room, spectacular bathroom and breezy veranda. Two of these houses can accommodate four guests, while the rest take two. The houses are all secluded from each other and look out to sea from the shade of the forest that forms the centre of the island. Samango monkeys play in the trees and prowl the glades, hunting the land crabs that live there.

Vamizi Island Lodge is located close to the water's edge, on northern side of Vamizi Island, off the coast of northern Mozambique in the Quirimbas Archipelago. Marine activities include world-class blue water fishing and fly fishing, as well as scuba diving and snorkelling in some of the most pristine coral reefs of the Indian Ocean.