• Mozambique Accommodation
  • Mozambique Accommodation
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Island accommodation at Ibo Island Lodge

Ibo Island is a potential World Heritage Site and the lodge has been lovingly renovated and designed to incorporate as many of the original features of Mozambique’s architecture. All our rooms are all individually designed, authentic to Ibo’s history and original architecture, simple yet elegant, with splashes of opulence. You have a choice of either our premium sea facing rooms, our historical rooms, garden facing rooms, or our private Paradiso villa option. This is Mozambique accommodation at its best.

Mozambique hotelsSEA FACING ROOMS

Beautiful high and low tide ocean views that change throughout the day. Air-conditioning, ceiling fans, wide verandas, magnificent king size 4 poster beds, luxury cotton and silk linen.
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Hotels Mozambique HISTORICAL ROOMS

Original, beautifully restored large historic rooms with wide verandas facing lush tropical gardens at the rear of the Niassa mansion. A perfect setting to explore and discover on your Mozambique Holiday.
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Accommodation Mozambique GARDEN ROOMS

Our Niassa Garden rooms step out from huge verandas into lush tropical gardens with chunky palm trees that provide shade around the Niassa dip pool.
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Mozambique AccommodationPRIVATE VILLA PARADISO

his beautifully restored building can cater for up to 12 guests and has private facilities including its own pool and garden, kitchen and roof top terrace. One of the most unique Private Mozambique Villas available.
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The rooms are outstanding, well done! Kindness stands for culture in Ibo, The beauty of its architecture spoils the soul. I have been impressed after being 79 times around this planet! I leave fulfilled with HAPPINESS. We have had a wonderful and very relaxed stay. The food was amazing, the service exceptional, the adventures well thought through and were excellent highlights of our stay. A special thanks for the fantastic Christmas lunch! Good luck for the future and we hope to be back to visit here and at your Mogundula Island again.