jueves, 23 de junio de 2011

Unexplored travel paradise in the Quirimbas archipelago, Mozambique

Ibo Island Lodge is currently running a number of incredible special offers.

Ever imagined a dhow safari, hopping from one tropical island to another on some of the most pristine beaches in entire world? Have you ever dreamt of beach picnics, sunset cruises or tucking into seafood lunches under a Bedouin tent on a small sandy island?

Then you are in luck. That is exactly what is on offer at Ibo Island lodge. It is a completely different type of African safari, and it is delightfully off the beaten track.

The Quirimbas archipelago in northern Mozambique is home to some of the most magical spots in the Indian Ocean. It is a nominated world heritage site and is perfect for families, couples and honeymooners, or anyone looking for that bit of extra oomph and exclusive air.   

You will be housed in magnificent 100-year old mansions with wide verandas, individually designed rooms and a rooftop restaurant, all set amidst fine tropical gardens.

Enjoy snorkelling, scuba-diving, deep-sea fishing, kayaking, sunset dhow cruises, massages or take part in historical guided walks, interactive cultural & community projects, silversmith workshops or bird watching with a professional ornithologist. The list of activities is endless. 

For a rich, yet affordable, and historic travel experience, book your memorable journey today!

Several options are open for island hopping, either by dhow or kayak, or in combination.  To find out more, contact Carte Blanche Travel by telephone: +44 (0) 20 7376 1950 or by email: info@carteblanchetravel.com

See also www.iboisland.com for more information

This is what the press has to say:

"Quite unlike anywhere I've ever visited." - Nick Maes, The Guardian

"I can't think of another place in Africa remotely like it.....an air of romantic dilapidation that Zanzibar possessed until it was lost among crowds of bikini-clad Italians & fumes from 1,000 mopeds. Here we had the streets almost to ourselves" - Kate Humble, The Independent

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