Pambele

No words are really needed to describe Pambele. if you are looking for a Luxury beach retreat, then this Luxury Mozambique boutique resort,meets those needs.

Pambele is a  unique privately-owned beach property on the remote San Sebastien Peninsula in Mozambique.

A truly unique Luxury Mozambique beach holiday.

 

Location:   Pambele is located in the Vilanculos Wildlife Sanctuary.The waters directly in front of the property are part of the Bazaruto Marine National Park.

Best time to visit:   April to November

Approximate per night rate :   

Hotel/Camp/Resort activities:

 Kayaking, Diving, Snorkeling, Island hopping, 4×4 Safari

The pool area is made for days of relaxation. A good-sized salt pool is surrounded by decking, loungers and a shady gazebo.

The gardens have trees and flowers with plenty of birds and butterflies. There are regular visits from vervet monkeys, bush babies and mongoose.

World’s View and Pelican are large rooms at opposite ends of the property. These have large double bedrooms, a spacious sitting area and outside decks with seating, a daybed and plunge pool. Each has twin indoor showers, a bath and an outside shower.

Mangrove is a lovely double room with stunning views of the water with mangrove trees and the islands of the Bazaruto Archipelago beyond.

Bangwe and Mazarette are side-by-side with a communal entrance and a shared outside lounge area. Each has a separate double bedroom. All rooms have direct beach access.

The lounge is centrally situated under a beautiful shaggy jekka thatch roof.

The owners have furnished the rooms with many local artefacts such as the mokoros ( dugout canoes ) flanking the entrance and two pillars carved by a local craftsman.

The winter lounge is cosy for cooler evenings, with board games dvds and tv.

The pool area is made for days of relaxation. A good-sized salt pool is surrounded by decking, loungers and a shady gazebo.

The gardens have trees and flowers with plenty of birds and butterflies. There are regular visits from vervet monkeys, bush babies and mongoose.

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