Coral Lodge is quite simply fabulous. Whether you are on your honeymoon or looking for a family vacation. Choose from sea front villas with the infinite sea-view or the more sheltered villas in amongst the dunes and the mangroves and watch the tides sweep in and out of the lagoon with historic Ilha de Mocambique in the distance. Coral Lodge has 10 luxury, modern, and sophisticated villas, each 100m² with en-suite bathroom with bath and twin basins; a lounge area and a large veranda. There are two family villas which can accommodate families. The canopy beds in the villas have the innovative Evening Breeze cooling system which allows you to control the temperature in your bed at the touch of a button, and the shutters in the rooms can be adjusted to control the flow of the breeze from outside.
Although meals can be served pretty much anywhere, the bar and restaurant is located near the infinity swimming pool and is called the Reef. From this location on the tip of the peninsula, you can enjoy lovely views of traditional sailing boats sailing past, hopefully with the fresh catches of seafood that will be served up in the restaurant.
Activities at Coral Lodge are plentiful. To keep busy, you can go dive and explore the underwater delights on the nearby reefs or visit the wrecks of the sunken 17th Century Portuguese vessels. There is still a lot of old porcelain lying on the ocean bed. Alternatively there is fabulous snorkelling in the lagoon, with a myriad of colourful fish to play with. An unforgetable way to explore the mangroves is by canoe at high tide. Humpback whales can be seen between July and October and their jumping frivolous play is a sight to behold. Guests are welcome to visit local villages where they can stroll through the local market, visit a family and learn about the traditional lives of the Macuan people. Guests can also admire the traditional craftsmanship or attend a Tufa singing and dancing performance.
A visit to Ilha de Moçambique should not be missed during your stay at Coral Lodge 15.41.
A Villa costs $450 per person per night sharing, $270 for a third person sharing per night and $595 per night for single occupancy. These rates are applicable up until 19 December 2014.
From 20 December 2014 until 5 January 2015, rates are $495 per person sharing per night, $295 for a third person sharing per night and $650 per night for single occupancy.
• All meals
• Soft drinks, house wines, local beers & spirits, bottled water, tea & coffee
• All non-motorized activities (fishing or sunset dhow cruise, windsurfing, use of snorkeling gear & canoeing)
• Guided tour of Ilha de Mozambique per stay
• Dedicated Mozambican host service
• $2 contribution to Community Fund of Cabaceira Pequena
• Spa treatments
• Motorboat excursions, scuba diving, surf equipment hire
• Day trips in 4x4 including driver
• Champagne, cellar wines & premium spirits
Children under 12 on request only. Children 12 - 18 years pays 50% of adult rate when sharing with 2 adults.
We offer discounts to residents of Mozambique and SADC countries. Please contact us for further details.
- Scuba diving
- Dhow sailing
- Wind surfing
- Whale watching
- Bird watching
- Tour of Ilha de Mozambique
- Visit to local village
- Spa treatments
Coral Lodge is situated near the villages of Cabaceira Grande and Cabaceira Pequena, 180km from Nampula and can be accessed by road from Nampula which takes 2,5 hours or from Pemba approximately 6 hours (4x4 vehicle is required).
Alternatively you can come across from Ilha de Mozambique by boat which takes only 15 minutes.
Road or boat transfers can be arranged through the lodge at an extra charge.
Stay 3 nights or more on Honeymoon and bride pays 50%
Valid until 15 December 2014
Our office hours are:
Mondays to Fridays 08h00 - 15h00
Saturdays 09h00 - 12h00
Sundays - Closed
Mobile: +258 823096990
(Between 08h00 - 16h00, local time)
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