If you have never heard of Nuarro Lodge then now is the time to listen. Nuarro is a couples-friendly resort boasting three kilometres of seafront. This ideal Mozambique beach resort is made for those who love earthy simplicity twinned with good quality.
Nuarro is a fantastic place to be. The food is fabulous and fresh with wonderful fish dishes from the chef and his team. This eco lodge lies on an unspoiled beach and is created from natural materials and solar lighting yet still offers the usual modern comforts all guests are seeking.
So, if you love this, you will go for a combo package that involves five nights at Ibo Island and four nights at Nuarro Lodge – one free night!
Ibo Island Lodge oozes culture and history and overlooks a bay where once trading ships sheltered. Now you can watch traditional dhows sailing out to see to fish or take tourists on adventures to other islands. Enjoy the ancient yet luxurious hotel with its two swimming pools, tropical gardens and rooftop terrace restaurant that serves cocktails under the stars.
Then you will head to Nuarro Lodge in Nampula Province in Northern Mozambique. Enjoy the exceptional “bush and beach “experience. Nuarro in the local language means ‘hole’ – the lodge takes its name from the holes formed in the surrounding coral rock.
Choose a beachfront chalet built on the dunes by the local people and relax on the large patio in a hammock.
Nuarro Lodge has an unspoiled beach and is surrounded by beautiful birds. When you spend time at this beautiful lodge, you will awake every morning to the sound of the surf. Whether it is dozing in a hammock, mountain biking through the bush or snorkelling in the beautiful blue ocean, this is the place for you.
Swim in the warm Indian Ocean and later head to the activity centre. Choose to scuba dive, snorkel, sail on a traditional dhow, sea kayak, mountain bike and whale watch in season. Picnic trips to isolated islands are wonderful for couples needing a break from the crowds, and visits to nearby Nanatha village offer a chance to meet local Mozambicans.