nZuwa Lodge on Murrebué beach just outside Pemba, is a rarity in Northern Mozambique, offering comfortable and stylish mid-range rooms and bungalows as well as camping.  A range of meal options, from self-catering and B&B to fully catered, are on offer, and the kitchen is notoriously good, making it popular with Pemba expats at weekends. The freshest seafood from their own beach is the main event, and the style is international fusion. Expect a laid-back family-friendly beach vibe, with plenty of activities, from snorkelling and canoeing to beach games, to keep you entertained. nZuwa Lodge can also organise other activities with local operators, such as scuba diving.

For accommodation, choose between three beach front bungalows, where your breakfast is served on the terrace, or spacious air conditioned rooms with magnificent views, a short walk from the beach. Camp among the shady trees in your own tent or rent a safari-style canvas dome and watch the stars from around the campfire.

At nZuwa Lodge all guests are treated with the same level of high-quality friendly service.

From $100 for a double room per night including breakfast.

Transfer from Pemba airport to nZuwa Lodge takes approximately 20 minutes and can be arrange at an extra cost. Stay 3 nights or more and airport transfers are included in the rate.

nZuwa Lodge is located on Murrébuè beach, 20 minutes from Pemba International airport and a further 5 minutes to Pemba town.

Complimentary airport transfers are offered if you stay 3 or more nights.

Our office hours are:
Mondays to Fridays 08h00 - 15h00
Saturdays and Sundays - Closed

Email: info@kaskazini.com

Skype: kaskazini.tourism.services

Mobile: +258 823096990
(Between 08h00 - 16h00, local time)

Physical address:
Shop 4
Pemba Beach Hotel
Av. Da Marginal
Pemba
Mozambique

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