&Beyond Benguerra Island

Getting there:

How to get there :  from South Africa, fly directly with SA Airlink to Vilanculos Airport. Transfers to &Beyond Benguerra Island are then arranged, by air or boat. International flights must be booked by client.

A tropical paradise tucked into a lush indigenous forest and looking out onto a picturesque crescent of sandy beach, &Beyond Benguerra Isalnd is the quintessential luxury island retreat. The ten casinhas, two cabanas and Casa Familia all boast privacy, set under thatch, with cool plunge pools, generous bathrooms (with tubs big enough for two) and elegant four-poster beds. Casa Familia with three bedrooms is ideal for secluded family getaways. Activities include snorkeling, diving, fishing, birdwatching, catamaran cruises and more.

Rooms:

There are 10 casinhas and two cabanas at the lodge, as well as the three-bedroomed Casa Familia for families.

Each villa has its own private plunge pool, and there is a central lodge pool also.

CABANAS:

These air-conditioned villas have thatch roofs, the casinhas boasts elegant four-poster beds and comfortable day beds.

Stunning ocean views with private timber decks and cool plunge pools offer a secluded alternative to beach sands and ocean waters.

Bathrooms feature generous tubs and al fresco showers.

COST:  from $785 per person per night sharing

Includes : Accommodation, three meals daily, soft drinks, house wines, local brand spirits and beers, teas and coffees, laundry, emergency evacuation insurance, VAT, transfers to and from the lodge airstrip.

Activities included: Sea kayaking, sunset dhow cruise, scheduled snorkeling trip, castaway picnic, island expedition and local village tour (subject to availability and weather conditions)

Excludes: Telephone calls, safari shop purchases, gratuities, all items of a personal nature, champagne, cognacs, fine wines, premium brand spirits and cigars, conservancy fee ($10pppn), landing fees and airport taxes, scuba diving, horse riding and castaway picnic.

CASINHAS:

These air-conditioned villas have thatch roofs, the casinhas boasts elegant four-poster beds and comfortable day beds.

Stunning ocean views with private timber decks and cool plunge pools offer a secluded alternative to beach sands and ocean waters.

Bathrooms feature generous tubs and al fresco showers.

COST:  from $1,095 per person per night sharing

Includes : Accommodation, three meals daily, soft drinks, house wines, local brand spirits and beers, teas and coffees, laundry, emergency evacuation insurance, VAT, transfers to and from the lodge airstrip.

Activities included: Sea kayaking, sunset dhow cruise, scheduled snorkeling trip, castaway picnic, island expedition and local village tour (subject to availability and weather conditions)

Excludes: Telephone calls, safari shop purchases, gratuities, all items of a personal nature, champagne, cognacs, fine wines, premium brand spirits and cigars, conservancy fee ($10pppn), landing fees and airport taxes, scuba diving, horse riding and castaway picnic.

CASA FAMILIA:

Casa Familia features a main guest room with a lounge area and two interleading rooms on each side.

There is also a private swimming pool set on a sheltered wooden veranda.

The Casa Familia is situated on the edge of the main lodge and offers private views of the ocean and a long stretch of beach.

COST:  from $5,475 per night

Includes : Accommodation, three meals daily, soft drinks, house wines, local brand spirits and beers, teas and coffees, laundry, emergency evacuation insurance, VAT, transfers to and from the lodge airstrip.

Activities included: Sea kayaking, sunset dhow cruise, scheduled snorkeling trip, castaway picnic, island expedition and local village tour (subject to availability and weather conditions)

Excludes: Telephone calls, safari shop purchases, gratuities, all items of a personal nature, champagne, cognacs, fine wines, premium brand spirits and cigars, conservancy fee ($10pppn), landing fees and airport taxes, scuba diving, horse riding and castaway picnic.

WHAT’S TO DO:

At the lodge, there are many different activities, both terrestrial and marine.

Take a 4×4 vehicle drive around the island, tailored to your requirements. For those who prefer the non-motorized way of exploring the island, horses are available for this, or perhaps some birding on foot in the indigenous forests?

On the marine side, you are spoilt for choice with the array of diving (recreational and courses), deep sea, fly or shore fishing, snorkeling, motorized boat excursions to a sand bank or Paradise island, castaway picnics, traditional dhow cruises or just spend your days at your plunge pool relaxing!

Details and prices quoted on this website are subject to change without prior notification.
Please contact info@mozambique-collection.org for an official quotation.