The Bazaruto Archipelago is a group of islands off the coast of southern Mozambique. These islands have the largest dunes in the world. They are also known for their perfect beauty, diverse ecologies and incomparable serenity.
The Mozambique islands have endless stunning and deserted white beaches, swaying palms and turquoise water. Visitors exploring the islands will find the lakes, wetlands, forest and savannah.
The flawless coral reefs accommodate more than 2000 fish species as well as whales and dolphins. Rare and exquisite marine animals such as dugongs are protected
Unlike the overcrowded pyramids of Egypt and the tiring Kilimanjaro Mountain in Tanzania, the Bazaruto islands sublimity and tranquillity make it perfect for a holiday.