Azura Quilalea

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Why we like it

  • Ocean front of more than 2km of beach
  • Just nine seafront villas
  • Activities: deep sea fishing expeditions, snorkelling and swimming with dolphins, kayaking, scuba diving, horse riding, walking and massage treatments
  • Home to one of the richest turtle nesting sites in southern Mozambique. Between November and February each year, loggerhead and leatherback turtles head to this stretch of coast to lay their eggs
  • Perfect for couples, honeymooners and anyone looking for a total escape. Children of all ages welcome

A&K Top Tip

Where you eat is as important as what you eat, spoil yourself with the finest fresh sea food Mozambique has to offer on an idyllic private beach with the amazing African stars shining down on you.

Guest Testimonial

We had the most wonderful guides throughout our trip. They were incredibly knowledgeable, patient and humble. A Trip of a Lifetime. We were sorry to come home.

- JS, Hertfordshire



Quilalea Island is 35 hectares and is unique having a deep channel on the landward side, allowing protected mooring all year round and at all points of the tide. There are various beaches around the island to explore.The nine island villas are split into three categories: the Kaskazi Villas, The Kusi Villas and the very special cliff top Villa Quilalea. All have been expanded and revamped with natural finishing's, private decks stretching out over the beach, and several daybeds and sun-loungers.

Uniquely at Azura Quilalea, guests can control their own energy consumption through bare minimum requirements for the room, such as basic lighting and fan, or Luxe providing all mod cons including air conditioning. The water temperature is warm year round and ranges from 28 - 32 degrees +. Children welcome of all ages. Children may be asked to dine earlier depending on the guests staying on the island.


Useful info

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Fly to

Vilanculos or Pemba

flying time

14 hours 30 minutes via Johannesburg or via Dar Es Salam

time difference

GMT +2 hours

Visas

Required for UK passport holders and must be obtained prior to arrival via the embassy or visa service company.

Health Requirements

No mandatory vaccinations

Best time to travel

June - August

Weather

The best time to travel to Mozambique is between June and August, rainfall is low and temperatures warm in the low to mid twenties. The rainy season runs from November through until March.

 

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