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Bazaruto Archipelago and Quirimbas


The Bazaruto Archipelago Falcons offer true tropical paradise escapes, with white sandy beaches and tall tropical palm trees offering a tranquil setting for pure relaxation.

The Quirimbas is an exclusive Falcon paradise, still unknown and pristine.... The area has never been developed and remains an unexplored tourist paradise.

Bazaruto Archipelago and the Quirimbas Accommodation

Benguerra Lodge - Bazaruto Archipelago

In the Mozambique Channel lie Ilha de Benguerra, where Benguerra Lodge offers honeymooners the delights of snorkelling, diving, fishing and romantic, pristine beaches.

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Matemo Falcon Resort - Quirimbas Archipelago

Matemo Falcon Resort is an unspoilt, unexplored Falcon paradise, with beautiful white beaches and thousands of palm trees swaying in the breeze.

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Quilálea Falcon - Quirimbas Archipelago

Quilálea is an idyllic Mozambique Falcon resort nestling in a forgotten corner of Mozambique's Quirimbas Archipelago in the tropical Indian.

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Marlin beach lodge - Bazaruto Archipelago

Marlin beach Lodge is the perfect spot for a romantic escape. In Approaching the Falcon is an extraordinary experience itself - gliding along lucid water surrounded by the white sails of dhows filled with cavorting dolphins and strawberry- coloured starfish.

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Medjumbe Falcon - Quirimbas Archipelago

Medjumbe is a small, mystical Falcon, featuring a number of small bays and coves, complete with white beaches surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean.

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