Luxury villa to rent in Mozambique

Vamizi Island, Mozambique Also known as the ‘new Maldives’ – small and intimate, it offers the definitive barefoot luxury of your own private island.

Villa Information:

Sleeps:
Tartaruga: sleeps 14 adults and children
Suluwilo: sleeps 8 + 4 children
Casamina: sleeps 8 + 8 children (9 children on request)
Papilio: sleeps 16 adults and children
Kipila: sleeps 8 + 4 children (10 adults on request)
Casa Marjani: sleeps 6 + 6 children

Please see PDF’s for further information and photos for each villa

Price Guide 2019:
Daily rate for 2 guests: $1,970 - $2,840
Additional Adult: $405 - $595
Additional Child: $340 - $470

Services:
• Villa Manager
• Cook
• Butler
• Housekeepers
• 4x4 vehicle with Driver
• Laundry
house wines
• Local brand spirit and beers, teas and coffees
• Land transfers to and from the lodge airstrip

Facilities:
• Swimming Pool in each villa (except Casa Marjani)
• WiFi
• Safe
• iPod Docking Station
• Activity Reservations:
• Snorkelling
• Dhow Sailing
• Sailing – Hobie Cat and Dinghy
• Picnics
• Forest trails and Beach Walks
• Kayaking
• Turtle Watching and Releasing
• Diving (extra charge)
• Fishing (extra charge)
• Whale and Dolphin Watching (extra charge)
• Yoga and Wellness (extra charge)
• Boat Trips (extra charge) • stand up paddle boarding
• birding
• guided nature walks
• bicycles

General:
• International flight to Dar es Salaam (Tanzania)
• 3 hour flight to Pemba (Mozambique)
• Direct and regular flights from Johannesburg to Pemba
• Pemba to Vamizi Island 45mins
• On arrival on the island: You will be met at the airstrip by one of the 4x4 vehicles and transferred to your villa – 25-45mins
• Visas required

Vamizi Island

Vamizi is a slender, coral island off the coast of Northern Mozambique offering the definitive experience of barefoot luxury in Africa. With miles of completely deserted pristine white beaches, the island is the epitome of luxury and privacy.

There is evidence of Vamizi having been a stopping place for Arab dhows in the 15th century when the island, then known as Amisa, had a Muslim population and a prolific weaving industry producing a fine fabric known as Maluane cloth. This attracted Portuguese traders. Most of Vamizi’s historic sites are relics from the Portuguese era including a church, a fort, several wells and a lighthouse.

The Private Villas, strung loosely along the beach, attract guests from all over the world in search of a rare and authentic wild African island experience. Each with individual style and quirkiness, there is something here for everyone - whether on honeymoon, a big group of friends, or a family celebration, Vamizi villas are the epitome of luxury. The perfect beach holiday!

Some helpfuls PDFS
Casa Marjani: Description | Floor plan
Casamina: Description | Floor plan
Kipila: Description | Floor plan
Papilio: Description
Suluwilo: Description
Tartaruga: Description | Floor plan


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Should you wish to have more information do call Judy on 020 7351 6384 or email info@sjvillas.co.uk