Kritz Cabin is situated in the newly developed Paradise View holiday resort, on a stretch of unique, unspoiled, and unpopulated white Mozambican coast, +/- 35 km north of Xai Xai.
Go Wild Resort is a fantastic holiday destination at Praia de Xai-Xai, Mozambique, with luxury accommodation, immaculate houses, stunning sea views, 50m from the beach, restaurant & bar and is easily accessible (No 4 X 4 needed).
Located in Xai Xai Eco Estate, This Self Catering House has 3 bedroom units with 3 bathrooms. All rooms are air-conditioned. Large splash pool looking over the ocean. The house comfortably sleeps 8 people + additional 2 people on the sleeper couch
Casa Estrela is a luxury self catering split level house, designed and created with easy, relaxed living in mind. Jeff, the houseboy, is on call for your needs, and will see to the daily cleaning. The house can accommodate 10 people.
Zona Braza Lodge boasts a bar and an A la Carte restaurant, seafood is the obvious specialty. The kids safe swimming beach is at our lodge. Fishing is excellent, boat charter catches fish on every launch.
True African Paradise. On the beach tropical paradise. Self - Catering Villa and tented camp. We have the beautiful Main Villa and 5 tents which can accommodate 8-28 guests all situated on a 11km lagoon and we are 2km from the ocean. Ideal for weddings...
The town of Xai-Xai is situated on the Limpopo River and is a sprawling settlement of houses, markets and shops. Xai-Xai bustles - it is a town with markets, shops, restaurants, bars, petrol stations banks, and a post office and is the capital of Gaza Province. A few blocks from the central market, there is an open-air furniture factory, located underneath several cashew trees. The beach of Praia do Xai-Xai, approximately 12km from Xai-Xai, has been a popular tourist attraction since Mozambican tourism was first developed - you'll need a 4 x 4 to gain access though. A coral reef running parallel to the shore offers good snorkeling and protects the beach from strong waves. In addition, the Wenela Tidal Pool, 2km south of the town, includes a natural tunnel and blow hole that links the pool to the Indian Ocean The bay has a coral reef running about one kilometre off shore which offers protected waters for swimming and snorkelling. It is recommended that you take some protection against mosquitoes when you visit Xai-Xai.