Set just off of the Southern shores of Mozambique in the warm Indian Ocean, the Barazuto Archipelago is protected national park with just a handful of luxury lodges.
Crystal clear waters lap at white sand beaches, with just a few other guests and the local fisherman adding to the backdrop.
It’s a wonderful place to relax and unwind, far away from the stresses of civilisation. One of the highlights here is the diving and snorkelling, with the world famous ‘three mile reef’ site close by.
When to go
The archipelago enjoys warm temperatures all year round though the evenings can get a little cool in the winter months from July through September. There are chances of monsoons in February, March and April
What to do
- Diving and Snorkelling
- Beach relaxation
- Traditional 'Dhow' sunset cruises
- Speed boat trips
- Community visits