Get to Know The Bazaruto Archipelago
Fringed by inviting palm-lined white sands and hemmed in by some of the region's finest coral reefs, the Bazaruto Archipelago is the ideal beach destination for active travellers
Gazetted in 1971, Bazaruto National Park comprises a quintet of small sandy Indian Ocean islands lying about 20 kilometres offshore of the Mozambican mainland between Vilankulo and Inhassoro.
The park's main attraction is its extensive coral reefs, which lie in crystal-clear water warmed by the Mozambique Current. In addition to the array of dazzling and oddly shaped fish that inhabit the coral gardens, marine turtles, humpback whales and three species of dolphin are frequent visitors. The islands are also renowned for their challenging game fishing, with marlin, barracuda and various sailfish among the more alluring targets for anglers.
Why The Bazaruto Archipelago?
- Superb snorkelling in shallow offshore reefs.
- Equally good diving on deeper reefs
- Wildlife viewing that ranges from marine turtles, whale sharks and dugongs to crocodiles, turtles and flamingos
- Small isolated beach lodges offering a quality upmarket experience
- Some of the most spectacular marine dunes in southern Africa
Travel with Peace of Mind
Plan your safari with confidence. Refundable deposits and flexible rebooking terms standard on your Bazaruto Archipelago safari.
The Bazaruto Archipelago Vacations
These recommended tours for The Bazaruto Archipelago can be tailor-made to match your budget.
8 Day Tour
Bazaruto Private Island Holiday
10 Day Tour
Luxury Land and Sea Safari in Botswana and Mozambique
6 Day Tour