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Quirimbas Archipelago

Pristine, unspoilt islands with incredible diving and luxury lodges

The magnificent Quirimbas Archipelago in Cabo Delgado Province, Northern Mozambique, is a captivating chain of 32 coral islands.

"The area has never been developed and remains an unexplored tourist paradise."

These tropical islands of the Quirimbas Archipelago contain some of the richest coral reefs in the world and provide habitat for an abundant array of marine life.

"It is the 'undiscovered' nature of these islands that make it so special"

Further South, the Bazaruto Archipelago is a protected National Park - the islands are pristine and undeveloped - no roads, no shops, no tourist attractions - just unbelievable natural beauty!

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a native boat lying on the beach

have a nice siesta over the open sea a vista of the beach and it's white sand

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Pemba Beach Hotel & Spa:

Child under 12yrs stays free and free flight from Johannesburg

Matemo Island:

Child under 12yrs stays free and free flight from Johannesburg

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Email a consultant for expert advice on choosing your Lodge

See a list of Lodges

Take a look at our Quirimbas Archipelago tours

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or to add a Safari to your Island Vacation

The Quirimbas Archipelago contains some of the richest coral reefs in the world and provide habitat for an abundant array of marine life....

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Map of The Quimbas courtesy of Ibo Island Lodge

The island chain has up to 30 islands, stretching from Pemba in the south to the town of Palma in the north. They are one of the world’s best fishing and diving destinations, with phenomenal vertical drop-offs, some up to 400 meters. The southern islands include an expanse of forests in the Quirimbas National Park.

The Quirimbas National Park was established in June 2002 with the support of local communities and other stakeholders. It is a bottom-up initiative to address existing problems through sustainable development and natural resource management in the communities, the Cabo Delgado Province and the park in particular.

The park totals an area of 750,639ha, of which 152,237ha is marine (the ocean, islands and S. Lazaro Bank) and 598,402ha is terrestrial. This land has long been recognized for its beautiful and pristine nature, with a rich and outstanding bio diversity and historical heritage.

Almost inaccessible until new flights made these idyllic islands easily reachable from either Johannesburg or Tanzania.

Accommodation is expensive and luxurious - The Quirimbas have become the latest 'must visit' destination of the rich & famous.

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