The Mozambique Collection

Small footprints, real people, exceptional experiences ...


 Mozambique Collection

The Mozambique Collection brings together some of Mozambique’s most exciting destinations, with a collection of intimate, like-minded properties in Mozambique that provide a diverse range of experiences which all share an underlying principle – to offer the best in authentic luxury in the true sense, while creating a positive legacy for the local communities and environments in which they operate.

Unpretentious, yet meaningful, each member of the Mozambique Collection is selected because of it’s commitment to ethical and responsible tourism. The portfolio of members showcases the great variety of Mozambique, one of Africa’s most diverse, rapidly developing and beautiful countries.

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Member Lodges

Dhow Safari island stop

Ibo Island Lodge

Ibo Island has been described as one of the most unique and magical islands in the world and is the perfect place to explore the beaches and beauty of the Quirimbas Archipelago and National Park in Northern Mozambique. Nominated for World Heritage status, Ibo is an island that is still remote and relatively untouched by commercial developments and one of the most fascinating, idyllic islands you could dream of visiting.
Nkwichi Beach-Drinks

Nkwichi Lodge

Nkwichi Lodge is a hidden, hand-built lodge located in the north-western corner of Mozambique, on the eastern side of Lake Malawi (or Lake Niassa as it is called on the Mozambican side). The cornerstone of the Manda Wilderness, Nkwichi Lodge offers luxurious accommodation in 4 open-plan chalet and 2 Premier chalets, looking out onto dazzling white sands and individual, blue-water bays.
Aerial view of Baixo do Pinda

Nuarro Lodge

Close your eyes and imagine yourself in a beautiful, peaceful place on the shimmering shores of East Africa. The scenery is breath- taking, the people you meet are warm and friendly and your house is made of local, natural materials. The sun is shining and it warms your skin whilst the Indian Ocean invites you to experience its soothing embrace, stunning colours and wondrous creatures. The air is invigorating, the sky seems to go on forever.

Machangulo Beach Lodge

Located on the southern Mozambican coastline, where the battle between the open Indian Ocean and the estuaries of Maputo Bay merge, nestled in the dunes lies the magical Machangulo Beach Lodge. Boasting 14 private luxury chalets - make the choice of either your own private ocean view or cluster for the family. Spend your days relaxing  and unwinding or adventuring and exploring the pristine peninsula and surrounding waters. Snorkel and dive or try your hand at deep sea fishing, take a tour of nearby Inhaca island or search for birds on a spectacular dune forest walk, or simply relax on a sunning beach in a hammock with a great book! The ideal setting for your family getaway, honeymoon, fishing trip, diving adventure or just a weekend away from it all.  Machangulo Beach Lodge is the resort you've been hoping to find ...
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What visitors are saying about us


From the moment we arrived we were blown away by this place – the beautiful decor, the impeccable friendly service – we really couldn’t have asked for more. A magical place …


Such a super trip!! Wish we didn’t have to leave! People are incredibly friendly, food was delicious & such creative dishes, chalet is beautiful. Loved the snorkelling (amazing to have such a pristine reef), kayaking & cycling.
Thanks again for the great hospitality & and exceptional holiday!


‘Not in ones wildest dreams would one believe that such a wonderful place Undeniably a lost paradise in the Indian Ocean. I feel we have been steeped in Ibo’s history and culture and guilty pleasure of staying in this beautiful colonial lodge.


“I’ve been to a number of places in Mozambique but Machangulo is definitely one of the best! The combination of the calm bay and the wild Indian Ocean with the beautiful dunes is truest spectacular. Machangulo Beach Lodge was perfect and the staff were amazing! I would go back every year if I could. The snorkeling in the marine reserve was one of the best snorkeling I have done.”