Vamizi Island is a slender coral island just off Mozambique's remote northern coast, part of the Quirimbas Archipelago.
Exclusivity is one of Vamizi Island's greatest assets and, as the only lodge on the island, it has the space to spread wide, so each villa occupies its own part of the beach. The 13 villas - one or two bedroomed - are directly on the shoreline, all with views of the ocean. The villas are airy and generous, and have large beds, sofas, a marble shower and vanity area, as well as an outside sun deck.
Some of the dives at Vamizi are said to be the best in the world and there is excellent deep sea fishing. The island has PADI dive instructors, professional fisher-folk, and all the equipment guests need to make the most of this extraordinary marine world. Other activities include snorkelling trips, castaway picnics, whale watching expeditions sea kayaking and traditional dhow excursions. Guests can also wander the miles of sandy beaches, or venture into the bush to spot the various species of monkey or enjoy some bird-watching.