Quilalea Island is one of the southernmost islands in the pristine Quirimbas Archipelago and is one of a very few properties in the archipelago to lie wholly within a fully protected marine reserve. The island is covered in indigenous vegetation, with ancient baobab groves and stunning flora and fauna. Quilalea is a real nature lover’s paradise; snorkelling is accessible straight off the beaches and the ‘house’ reef offers superb diving.
The accommodation at Azura Quilalea comprises just four open and spacious ‘Sunrise’ and four ‘Sunset’ air-conditioned en-suite villas, each with a premium location while the cliff-top Villa Quilalea offers the most astounding intimate and exclusive accommodation with a four–post king size bed and private infinity pool; ideal for a honeymoon couple. The villas are furnished stylishly blending with the island surroundings and are just a few steps from the gorgeous white beach.
This part of Mozambique is hot and humid year round, with long sunny days and temperatures that rarely dip below 24 degrees, either by day or night. The trade winds though bring cool breezes, from October to March along with a chance of a few showers. The villas are positioned to take best advantage of the natural breezes.
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Azura @ Quilalea Private Island
An idyllic beach destination following your safari in Tanzania, Botswana or Namibia and can be reached by daily flights from Dar es Salaam or Johannesburg into Pemba followed by a 25 minute helicopter transfer to Quilalea Island. Prices start from £525 per person per night in a Kaskazi Villa on Full Board based on a […]