Medjumbe Private Island is just that – private. It is also peaceful and stands alone in clear turquoise seas where very few people go. Only one kilometre long and 500 metres wide, this small island in the Quirimbas Archipelago does offer sand bars at low tide which stretch into the sea, safe areas from which to swim and snorkel.

When you book your holiday at Medjumbe, go for the stay pay package deal where you get to stay for seven nights but only pay for six, or stay for five nights and only pay for four! This includes light aircraft transfers to and from Pemba, three meals a day, drinks and non-motorised water sports.

You will love the 13 beautiful wooden beach chalets situated on the beach meters from the warm Indian Ocean. This has been called the best honeymoon destination in Mozambique’s Quirimbas Archipelago. Get blown away by the romance and the beauty, not to mention the food. Caring staff ensure all couples are treated with love and respect making their honeymoon something they will never forget.

A honeymoon can be best enjoyed when it is combined with a stay at another island nearby in the Archipelago – on Ibo Island. This means that couples can enjoy the sea and the sand as well as an incredibly warm cultural experience. The Medjumbe Private Island and Ibo Island Lodge package promises barefoot luxury mixed with an ancient past. Ibo Island Lodge offers beautifully restored Mozambique accommodation that brings the heritage of this island alive!

At Medjumbe, make the most of your private plunge pool, immediate access to the white beach and lovely water sports offered. Then, at Ibo Island Lodge, you can take walking tours of the island to learn more about the history, and romantic dhow trips to quiet sand bars to swim and snorkel with a picnic for two.

Team this with exceptional diving, fishing and sailing and you get the best  Mozambique island combination ever. Both islands will introduce visitors to the wealth of marine life that is the Quirimbas Archipelago and it will be very difficult to leave this fantasy behind.

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