Divers seeking remote luxury should look no further than Northern Mozambique, one of the world’s last wildernesses.
Fringing the archipelago are some of the richest coral reefs in East Africa, often visited by huge game fish, turtles, humpbacks and other cetaceans. They offer a vast range of diving opportunities from enormous drop-offs with strong currents, for the experienced diver, to sheltered tranquil coral gardens, perfect for beginners.
The Quirimbas National Park is a true example of bush meeting beach, with elephant browsing mango trees just metres from the Indian Ocean and, further inland, four out of the ‘Big Five' roaming. A little further south, divers of all abilities will enjoy the protected reefs of Nanatha Bay where humpback whales are seasonal visitors.
The full itinerary detail is available on our website.
You should note: It is possible to arrange private air charter transfers to the resorts. Ask your Dive consultant for further details. This trip idea is based on staying at Nuarro Lodge.
This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website
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