Ideal for honeymooners, the Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort and Spa is a luxurious retreat on Bazaruto Island. The surrounding waters are home to a wide variety of marine life, with rare dugong, all sea turtle species and more than 100 species of coral. With an inviting tropical climate and warm ocean waters, the resort recommends itself as the perfect island escape. Families will also enjoy the property, with plenty of activities to be found nearby and an undulating sense of relaxation with the hotel spa.
With such strong marine life, Bazaruto Island is one of Africa's most celebrated diving spots, and is very popular with fishing enthusiasts. Divers will find themselves in a unique underwater world with whale, sharks and dolphins. There is also a range of other activities around the island, including horse riding and dune boarding.
There are various accommodation options at Anantara Bazaruto, all of which are made from naturally sourced materials, very well furnished and extremely comfortable. Beach chalets are the most common room type while spacious Sea View Pool Villas are ideal for honeymooners, boasting great seclusion and natural intimacy. For something extra special however, the Anantara Pool Villa is the perfect choice. Laze in your personal plunge pool and Jacuzzi, make the most of the stunning sea views or simply enjoy the generous 330 square metres the villa affords.
A 30 minute boat transferfrom Vilanculos.
Fishing, snorkelling, scuba diving, whale and dolphin viewing, sunset cruises, horse riding,
dune-boarding, golf course and tennis courts, water skiing and cultural expeditions.
Read what our previous clients thought of Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort and Spa
After coming from Chitwa, I don't think any place can match up. The service was impeccable, and food was great! The only downside I would say is the room was a bit dated, and the mosquitoes destroyed Becca even through the bug nets. Some of the communication of the meal options was a little lacking, but I really have to dig to find things to complain about!…
This was the only blip of the trip. The lodging was fantastic and island was beautiful however it had a 'club med' feel to it. Buffets for every meal and the amenities were dated and run down. That and a very small portion of the staff spoke decent English. Behind the safari this was the most expensive place we stayed and I didn't think it was nearly worth the price…
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