A water baby's dream destination

Situated in the Vilanculos Coastal Wildlife Sanctuary – right on the southern Mozambican coastline – Dugong Beach Lodge is a great getaway spot for water sport enthusiasts. The white beach and the warm Indian Ocean beckon guests to indulge in a holiday filled with activities such as saltwater fly-fishing, deep-sea fishing, scuba-diving, snorkelling, kayaking, ocean safaris, and more.

The surrounding wildlife sanctuary means you’ll have the chance to see beautiful sea creatures in a virtually unspoilt environment: head out to the shallow and deep-water reefs where you’ll see leatherback turtles, sailfish, and manta ray. Go looking for flamingos and pelicans while on a nature drive through the sanctuary, or pay a visit to a nearby fishing village.

The 14 Luxury Chalets have hardwood floors, en-suite bathrooms, mosquito nets, mini-bars, private patios and outside showers. Meals are served on the main deck and in the dining room daily. If you need a break from the beach, take a dip in the lodge’s pool or kick back with a movie in the lounge. Drinks can be enjoyed at the bar while the gazebo on the boardwalk jetty is ideal for sundowners. 

Highlights

  • 14 Luxury Chalets with en-suite bathrooms, outside showers and private patios
  • Favourably located in the Vilanculos Coastal Wildlife Sanctuary, allowing guests to take in the beauty of the sea-life and coastal wildlife
  • Loads of activities for water sport enthusiasts, ranging from ocean safaris to deep sea fishing
  • Swimming pool, bar, lounge and boardwalk jetty

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From$385per person per night
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Location

Vilanculos Coastal Wildlife Sanctuary, San Sebastian Peninsula

Vilanculos, Inhambane Province, 1304

Popular Facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Curio Shop
  • Beach Access
  • Island Bar

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