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Located 10 km north of the village of Vilanculo

Located 10 km north of the village of Vilanculo, Villas do Indico is nestled on the white sands of Bazaruto Archipelago, a protected Marine Park.  The resort, with an exclusive service of 10 rooms will be able to provide you with a personalized service which will blend of modern comfort and the traditional Mozambique hospitality, a place where you can bury your toes in the sand or bury yourself in activities. 
As you will discover, Villas do Indico beach is laden with astonishing white sand lapped by the gentle stunning turquoise waters, beautiful reefs and amazing marine life.  

Villas do Indico beach is laden with astonishing white sand lapped by the gentle stunning turquoise waters, beautiful reefs and amazing marine life.
The Indic Ocean offers splendid opportunities for all kind of water sports such as diving, snorkelling and sailing in a Dhow, fishing as well as splendid opportunities to see dolphins, mantas, turtles, the endangered Dugong and, from July to October, Humpback whales and whale sharks.
 
The surrounding area, untouched by humans, is great for hiking and horseback riding and the extensive inter-tidal sandbanks are exceptionally auspicious for bird spotters.  More than 200 bird species visit this area.

At this beautiful place, no matter how you choose to fill your days and nights one thing is certain, you'll leave feeling rested, restored and renewed and, above all, determined to return!


LOCATION

Located at 20 minutes drive from Vilanculos International Airport, our lodge can only be reached in a 4x4 vehicle.

In case you come by plane we will organize your transfer.

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MOÇAMBIQUE and VILANCULOS

Shortly after Vasco da Gama had anchored his ship in the island of Mozambique in 1498, it became a station and resting spot for, gold, ivory and slave’s trading.  The Portuguese came to colonize this land in 1505 and for almost five centuries it was a Portuguese Colony.
Mozambique became independent on 25 of June 1975.  

After a civil war that last until 1992, macro economic reforms, combined with donor assistance and multi-party elections have led to major improvements. Foreign Investment has increased export earnings. Tourism has been growing. Projects to bring back the Wildlife have been set up.

Today Mozambique can be described as one of southern Africa’s most political stable and fastest growing countries. Tourism is less developed than elsewhere in Southern Africa, but it is also unspoiled, with well-kept secrets in nature and culture and relatively safe for travelers.