Tree Tops Lodge
Tree Tops is a luxury lodge situated in the bay of Ponta Malongane, 8km north of Ponta do Ouro in southern Mozambique. It is nestled amongst the dune forests with a breathtaking sea view to the east and beautiful views of the wetland lakes to the west.
Tree Tops Lodge Highlights
Hidden away in southern Mozambique, Tree Tops Lodge is positioned in an extraordinary location. It offers the discerning traveller unprecedented natural beauty, top notch service and an experience not to be forgotten. Tree Tops is a luxury lodge situated in the bay of Ponta Malongane, 8km north of Ponta do Ouro in southern Mozambique. It is nestled amongst the dune forests with a breathtaking sea view to the east and beautiful views of the wetland lakes to the west.
- The lodge has a refreshing swimming pool available to guests.
- Situated very near long sandy beaches, which provide endless walking pleasure.
- Low risk Malaria area.
- Rooms can be booked individually or lodge can be booked as a whole.
Tree Tops Lodge Activities
Long, white beaches right in front of the lodge provide endless walking pleasure with the lengths of sea water, a crystal clear blue; perfect for snorkelling and diving. Warm water temperatures make for an ideal swimming environment. A large variety of birds are also found in the area, keeping keen bird watchers on their toes. There are various activities on offer; particularly recommended is the scuba diving, for which this region is famous. Unbelievable visibility and glorious hard and soft coral reefs are incomparable to anywhere else in southern Africa. Walking trails, whale, dolphin and turtle watching, snorkeling, deep sea fishing, birding and nature walks, arts and culture tours, and horse riding are some of the activities on offer.
The palm-thatched chalets open onto the beach and offer guests elegant beach-living. The main areas are raised above the sea offering the ideal setting for enjoying sundowners. Matemo Island also offers a variety of tailor-made spa treatments.
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