23 YEARS of TAILORMADE AFRICAN SAFARIS

CONTACT US
African Safari Specials

Experience AFRICA with "The Safari Legends" on the ground in South Africa

Latest Travel Specials

Castelo Do Mar Special

Taga Safaris » African Safari News » Travel Specials » Castelo Do Mar Special

Castelo Do Mar Special

Castelo do Mar is situated on the water’s edge in Linga-Linga, the tiny peninsula that juts into the Inhambane Bay in Mozambique. The warm Mozambican hospitality ensures that guests enjoy relaxing accommodation with 18 elegant rooms, luxuriously decorated and air-conditioned with ensuite bathrooms. They have a wide variety of activities on offer, such as fishing, deep sea fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, canoeing, water skiing, water tubing, relaxing in the well-equipped library, or having fun in the games room. The rates are inclusive of two meals per day and guests are treated to exquisite meals in the Portuegese restaurant. Indulge in the pristine accommodation with en-suite bedrooms, lazily choose between the activities on offer. The beachfront lodge in Mozambique is the perfect spot for carefree family holidays, corporate events, honeymoons and getaways.

African Safaris | Tours | Holidays: Castelo Do Mar Special

FISHING
Fishing off the coast of Inhambane provides some of the best fishing in Mozambique. Castelo do Mar is fully equipped for even the most experienced fisherman and gear includes 2 x 28ft Nova Cats powered by 2 x 150 hp Suzuki 4 Stroke outboards and fully rigged to suit the most serious angler including well maintained communication systems, fish finders, GPS and radar, downriggers, fighting chair, rods, lures and live bait.

DIVING
Diving in Mozambique can be an extraordinary experience! It’s well known that some of the best dive spots in the world are in Mozambique. Whilst Humpback Whale sightings are seasonal, Whale Sharks, Manta Rays, Turtles and Dolphins can be seen all year around. One can see Dolphins breaking the surface alongside boats, passing the front of the lodge in the Bay, or coming up playfully when diving or snorkelling. Humpback Whales – migrate annually from Antarctica to the warm waters close to the equator where they give birth and breed and are normally seen from June to October.

2016-10-21T03:45:36+00:00 Travel Specials|
10 Shares
Share5
Tweet
+11
Pin
WhatsApp
Buffer4