7 nights
Beach Bliss
Quilalea Island
Quilalea Island

Heli Ride Flight to Azura Quilalea
7 nights Azura Quilalea Quirimbas Archipelago

Owners Christopher and Stella Bettany have turned this former beach lodge on Quilalea into a breathtaking island oasis. Located on Quilalea Island, Azura Quilalea offers nine private villas of varying category (4 Kaskazi Villas, 4 Kusi Villas and Villa Quilalea). The thatched villas are each equipped with indoor/outdoor shower and private sala with comfortable daybed, and offer unrivalled views of the ocean and spectacular white beaches.

The islands of the Quirimbas Archipelago are located in the Indian Ocean in the most northern part of Mozambique, close to the border with Tanzania. The archipelago comprises 32 islands stretching over 100 km along the coast of Pemba to the Rovuma River, which marks the border with Tanzania.

Azura Quilalea is a luxury retreat in the most beautiful, unspoiled setting. The island is private with no villages. It is accessed via Pemba, which can be reached by plane from Johannesburg, Dar-Es-Salam or Maputo. A helicopter will take you to the island in 25 minutes.

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Basic Information
Individual journey. The journey will be planned on your preferred dates.

Duration 7 nights. Min 2 guests. Weight limit of luggage 15 kg. Luggage in one soft bag only.
Inclusive / Exclusive
Includes all transfers from Pemba to the hotels/camps to Pemba
  • Azura Quilalea: Kusi Villa. All meals, drinks (beer, local spirits, house wine, soft drinks, water, tea and coffee, one sundowner cocktail per day), butler service. Activities: Use of snorkeling equipment, use of kayaks, baobab walking trails. Excluded are spa, diving, dive courses, snorkeling at the reef, day trips.
Not included are international flights, gratuities, compulsary comprehensive travel insurance, visa fees, local airport fees, personal purchases.

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Quirimbas Archipelago
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