Accommodation in Maputo

Named after the Portuguese trader Lourenco Marques, the city became alive in the 18th when it was linked by a railroad to Pretoria in South Africa and in 1907 it became the countries capital. It is a vibrant a colourful city full of markets and old colonial buildings interjected with modern office blocks, a maze of hidden treasures. Famous its fresh crab curry and piri piri chicken, it is a great stop off before the islands to sit and people watch.

Anvil Bay

Anvil Bay has the perfect balance of a beach and bush feel to it, with canvas tents, complimented by thatch, they are nestled in the canopy of the coastal forest.

Machangulo Beach Lodge

It is what can be described as barefoot luxury, set in a stunning secluded location yet only an hours boat ride away from Maputo.