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Vamizi Island

Mozambique | Quirimba Archipelago Booking inquiry

Insider tip off the coast of Mozambique

The Quirimbas archipelago off the coast of Mozambique is an UNESCO world cultural heritage site, a holiday paradise, almost untouched by tourism. Those who want to experience this natural paradise in an eco friendly yet luxurious way will find this possible with Vamizi Island, this is a insider tip. The luxury villas celebrate eco-tourism of the very finest level. There are six villas and each can sleep up to eight adults and between four and eight children. The Villas are elegant with a private terrace allowing direct access to the beach in true Robinson Crusoe style. Romantics, meanwhile, can enjoy dinner under Africa’s starry sky. Yoga specialists and holistic wellness treatments provide deep relaxation in a idyllic island setting awarded by Condé Nast Traveller in the category “Best Hotels in Middle East, Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands”.

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Rooms

Each villa is uniquely designed with en-suite bedrooms, spectacular living rooms, and peaceful lounging spaces around private pools or the beach.

Kipila

Kipila is a 5 bedroom private villa, sleeping up to 12 people. Set within 3 acres of grounds and with over 125 metres of pristine beachfront it offers the ultimate in exclusivity and a a lot of special services as a Villa Manager, a Butler and a 4x4 vehicle with driver.

Suluwilo

Suluwilo is a 5 bedroom private villa, sleeping up to 12 people. It lies within 3 acres of forest along a pristine white beach und is built in a balinese style. The villa is staffed with a private chef and hospitality team and has its own 4x4 car with driver.

Casamina

Casamina is a 6 bedroom private villa, sleeping up to 8 adults and 8 children. It lies within 3 acres of forest and has over 125 metres of pristine beachfront offering absolute exclusivity and privacy. There are unobstructed views of the island from the top of the tower, the perfect setting for breakfast. Casamina is staffed with a private chef and hospitality team and has its own 4x4 car with driver.

Papilio

Papilio is a 6 bedroom private villa, sleeping up to 16 adults and children. The ‘courtyard’ design of this villa makes it perfect both for smaller groups or large. There are 4 spacious en-suite double/twin rooms, each with their own private deck and living area, as well as a further 2 en-suite double/twin rooms built as “treehouses”, accessed by a suspended walkway.

 

 

Gallery

The most romantic time of the day: the evening at Vamizi Island. Here the central courtyard with swimming pool at Papilio private villa.
Vamizi island is a holiday paradise, almost untouched by tourism, of pristine turquoise sea, unspoilt white beaches and a spectacular underwater world.
Of all Vamizi’s attractions, its beaches are undeniably one of its greatest, especially as the Private Villas are strung loosely along them.
Each villa is uniquely designed with en-suite bedrooms, spectacular living rooms, and peaceful lounging spaces around private pools or the beach.
The spacious private Villas are perfect for family, groups and friends travelling together or even couples wanting their own hideaway.
Kipila has a pitched ‘Balinese-style’ timber shingle roof with high ceilings in all of the rooms.
Suluwilo is is a 5 bedroom private villa built in a balinese style.
As the private villa Kipila the communal area consists of a spacious lounge and dining room with ample hardwood decking and a swimming pool.
The bedrooms on the  private Villa Suluwilo have  private decks from where intimate pathways leading to the beach.
Vamizi's collection of luxury villas has been designed by award-winning South African architects.
The Villa Tartaruga  is very special not only because of the indivdual bathrooms, 2 rooms are situated up in “treehouses“.
Only one of the six bedroom-suites at Papilio private villa.
A view in the beach sitting room looking out to the Indian ocean at Papilio private villa on Vamizi Island.

Location and Directions


Vamizi Island


Mozambique | Quirimba Archipelago






6 Beach villas with en-suite bedrooms,
prices depending on seasons
for 2 adults from US$ 1,830 – 2,640,
additional adult from US$ 375 – 550, additional
child US$ 315 – 435, including full board.

Peak season subject to minimum stay
of 7 nights and 8 adults.

Distance from airport:
Transfer with Vamizi scheduled charter from International Airport Dar es Salaam/Tanzania (US$ 750 per person, kids US$ 495) or via Pemba/Mozambique
for (US$ 525 per person, kids US$ 330)

Our Recommendation

Here you can experience Robinson Crusoe feeling at its best! On this untouched dream island you
will find only six private villas. Vamizi is one of the last paradises far away the beaten tracks.

Thomas & Martina Klocke HIDEAWAYS HOTELS OWNER

 
 

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Vamizi Island

Insider tip off the coast of Mozambique