Self catering accommodation units on Beach Front of Mozambique
The beautiful, tranquil Guinjane Lodge is situated more or less 30km from the Imhanbane Province in Mozambique. Luxurious self catering units and activities such as fly-fishing, deep-sea angling, rock and surf fishing, snorkelling and scuba diving awaits guests who book accommodation in Mozambique with the “jewel of Inhambane”.
Our lovely self-catering resort accommodation include:
1. five bedroom, two bathroom, ten sleeper unit
2. two bedroom, two bathroom, six sleeper unit
3. three bedroom, two bathroom, eight sleeper unit
For the scuba divers among us Guinjane Lodge is definitely the place to be – there are more than 18 different diving spots where you can explore the magic and mystery of the Indian Ocean.
For prospective guests who choose Guinjane as their preferred spot in Mozambique accommodation for the first time, we provide the following tips when travelling to Mozambique:
Visa requirements in Mozambique
We recommend that guests obtain their visas prior to travelling to Mozambique. If you are a South Africans citizen, a visa is not required when you go on holiday in Mozambique. Business and ÂÂÂ Tourist visas are normally valid for 2 months only which means that your visa has to be used within 2 months of the date of being issued (with stays between 30 to 90 days). A passport must still be valid 6 months after the date of your return with at least 2 blank pages in it.
The authorities will accept EU emergency passports (ETD). Visas for a 30 day period and entry can be obtained upon arrival at the international airports in Mozambique, including Vilankulo and Maputo as well as when you cross the border into Mozambique from the neighbouring countries. You can pay for visas in South African Rand or US Dollar (in cash) It is recommended that children travel on their own passports.
Please note that Mozambique is a country where you run the a risk of contracting Malaria and because there is no vaccine against malaria we recommend that you take the necessary precaution and speak to your doctor about taking malaria pills before entering the country. Don’t forget to bring along mosquito repellents,
If you are flying to Mozambique from other countries – we recommend that you get the necessary holiday travel insurance to cover you in case of any emergency.
Drinking water on your holiday in Mozambique. Read your local newspaper on tips when traveling to Mozambique.
It is always safer to drink bottled water.