Coral Lodge 15.41
Coral Lodge 15.41 combines one of Mozambique’s most stunning beach locations with the country’s rich culture and trade history. Situated on a spectacular peninsula within an unspoilt nature reserve and only minutes from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ilha de Mozambique.
Coral Lodge 15.41 Highlights
Coral Lodge 15.41 combines one of Mozambique’s most stunning beach locations with the country’s rich culture and trade history. Situated on a spectacular peninsula within an unspoilt nature reserve and only minutes from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ilha de Mozambique, Coral Lodge is a unique blend of contemporary design combined with the utmost respect for the rare and unique surroundings; a full 5 star lodge with all the 5 star facilities, services and amenities. A nautical touch is the 15.41, which indicates the lodge's Latitude and Longitude co-ordinates.
- Snorkel or swim in our beautiful lagoon, one of the best snorkeling spots in Mozambique.
- Dive the ancient Portuguese wrecks and find undiscovered artifacts.
- Experience our Spa and return home relaxed and revitalised.
- Ethos on sustainable tourism and have employed around 80% of their team from the local community.
Coral Lodge 15.41 Activities
There are thrilling water-based activities on offer, such as scuba diving and windsurfing, plus snorkelling, which can be either in the lagoon in front of the lodge or on the reefs. There is no coral in front of the lodge, but the mangroves and sea grass provide a nursery for the plethora of fish species that brighten up the turquoise waters. Guests can also take a kayak out amongst the mangroves (either alone or guided). Visits to nearby islands can also be arranged, perhaps including a picnic breakfast or lunch to make a longer excursion. A historical tour to see the oldest church in the southern hemisphere, believed to date from 1579, is fascinating. Pop into the Governor's holiday palace, which was built in the 1700s and used during the height of Portuguese rule. A tour of Ilha do Mozambique is another must-do for those who are interested in history and culture. Coral Lodge also has a small spa where a trained masseuse from the local community offers a variety of treatments including massages, manicures and pedicures.
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