There are ten stunning beach-front chalets and two cottages, peppered along the (more than 2km long) beachfront. Click here to see where the chalets are situated
The 100m² chalets are all built from local, natural materials and were built by local people. Built on the dunes, designed to blend in with the natural environment as much as possible, all chalets have sea view and private access down to the beach. The chalets are larger and can accommodate up two extra beds, making it perfect for families.The cottage (approx 80m²) has a smaller footprint to the chalet, but is otherwise identical in every way.
The dune vegetation gives the chalets sufficient privacy. The large veranda doors and elevation ensures a lot of ventilation through the chalet, maximizing on the constant sea breeze. Each chalet has a generous mosquito-net-engulfed, king-sized bed that can also be converted into two three-quarter single beds.
There are family rooms (chalets 5 and 10), double rooms (cottages 1 and 2) and triple rooms (remaining chalets). Double rooms have a king size bed, Triple rooms a kingsize bed and a single bed. Family rooms have a Kingsize bed and 2 single beds in the room.
Interior of the Chalets
The open-plan bathroom has a refreshing shower, vanity slab with a basin, separate eco-toilet and an outdoor shower (for rinsing off salt water and possible moonlit showers for the more adventurous). A large individual solar panel system has been connected to each chalet, in order to provide, the very best hot water shower with great water pressure, while still being sensitive to the environment.
Furnishings include a hand-made desk with chairs, and some comfortable day loungers inside and a large veranda with an extremely comfortable hammock. This is the perfect place to relax in the afternoon, after some fantastic diving in morning! All chalets’ soft furnishings and décor have been put together with the capulana (fabric used by Mozambican women for clothing) in mind. This makes each chalet individually vibrant with the bright colours of traditional Mozambique!
There are plenty of plugs for electronics such as cameras, phones and laptops, and 24 hour solar generated power a day to recharge.
There is a footpath that runs along the rear of all the chalets to allow access and ease of walking. Alternatively access can be gained through the private pathways to each chalet from the beachfront.