Clay brick & cement construction with thatch roof ; Open plan kitchen-lounge-dining room. Scullery. Main bedroom en-suite bathroom Loft bedroom-en-suite bathroom.
In the heart of Paindane, Inhambane, Mozambique, Casa 32 Lighthouse Reef welcomes guests to a luxury tropical sanctuary, where greetings of warm smiles and gentle breezes fill each day.
This luxury family villa (8 persons) is located on top of a dune and has full sea view over Guinjata Bay. This bay in the Inhambane province is the perfect place for relaxing, diving, snorkelling, fishing or a cultural experience.
Seablue is situated approximately 24 km from Inhambane with a coast line of golden beaches fringed with swaying palms and the warm Indian ocean offering diverse tropical reefs and it makes the area a true holidaymakers and scuba divers paradise.
Our fully furnished/serviced and equipped self catering house is situated on the beach front with a 180 degree breaker view. There are FOUR en suite bedrooms which sleep 2 persons per room. All the en suite bathrooms have a shower, basin and toilet, howev
Vista Bonita offers exclusive self catering accommodation for those seeking a more private and relaxing stay. We pride ourselves on the care we take of our patrons
Zavora also known as "Zaacute;vora", "Ponta de Zaacute;vora" (means Tip of Zavora) and "Praia de Zaacte;vora" (means Beach of Zavora) is located North-East (420 km's away) of Maputo in Inhambane, Mozambique. The local language in Zavora is Chopi although some people can speak Shangaan and Portuguese, Businesses and lodges are able to speak English.
Zavora has natural reef which is very beautiful and also has one of the few remaining operational lighthouses, built in 1910 and is 53 feet, it operates with 10 second interval light flashes to aid to aid the passing ships etc, the lighthouse grounds are open to the public. There are also some old buildings that still stand from after the Portuguese left Mozambique that are used as lodge accommodation.
Zavora is a enjoyable holiday, diving and fishing destination for tourists, fisherman and divers. Zavora's reefs make it a popular vacation destination and attracts many visitors during the holidays especially South Africans.
In general the local people are poor and needy, local uplifting projects do existby missionaries and international organisations. Most of the people of Zavora make a living by fishing and by farming small crops.
According to some reference, a Dutch liner, the MV Klipfontein, struck a submerged reef located 5 miles from Cape Barra near Inhambane on the 8th January 1953. In an SA news release this area where the liner sank was refered to as "Cape Zavora" (Portuguese East Africa) although this news alert doubted that it could have been a submerged reef and referred to it as a hidden 'obstacle'.