Anantara Bazaruto is the only resort on idyllic Bazaruto Island on Mozambique’s turquoise Bazaruto Archipelago, one of the largest conservation areas in the Indian Ocean. The style is classic Anantara – large but understated – with smart and elegant design, constructed from many natural materials like reed, wood and soft thatch, and complimented by a drop-dead-gorgeous location. Accommodation consists of 29 Beach Villas, 1 Beach Pool Villa, 1 Sea View Pool Villa, 12 Deluxe Sea View Pool Villas and 1 Anantara Pool Villa. Each Villa offers complete comfort, with air-conditioning, mosquito netting and screens, en-suite bathrooms, hammocks and satellite TV.
There is a never-ending list of activities to keep you occupied in this marine wonderland: some of the best scuba diving and snorkelling in the world with turtles, whales, dugongs and rainbows of fish for company, and there is also water skiing, wake boarding, dhow boat safaris, fishing expeditions and day trips to islands like Paradise Island. On dry land, guests can take a tour of the local village, go sand boarding down one of the island’s enormous sand dunes, play golf, go horse riding, pamper yourself with a sunset massage at the resort’s sea-view Anantara Spa, sip cocktails at the adults-only swimming pool by the beach or have some family fun at the child-friendly swimming pool.
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