Luxury self-catering Accommodation in Mozambique

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Guinjane Lodge is known for having some of the finest Self Catering Accommodation in Mozambique, giving our guests the opportunity to personalize their holiday according to their needs. Take the break you deserve, leave the busy city in your rear-view mirror and book your spot in one of our luxurious ocean view chalets and relax.

Our Lodge is located approximately 480km North of Maputo and 30km South of the coastline of Inhambane. The road leading to the Guinjane Lodge is a dirt road and accessible by vehicles with a 2×4 diff lock configuration or a 4×4 vehicle, both with well-deflated tyres.

Only 30km from the province of Inhambane in Mozambique, lies Guinjane Lodge “The jewel of Inhambane”. Upon arrival at the lodge you will lay your eyes the most breathtakingly beautiful views. Imagine, palm trees swaying gently in the wind, sandy white beaches – waiting for you to take your shoes off and last but not least, the tranquil blue waters of the Indian Ocean washing up on the beach front.

Our Mozambique Accommodation self-catering includes:

  • Five bedroom, two bathroom, ten sleeper unit

    This unit can accommodate up to 10 individuals, whether you have a large type of family or have some friends wanting to share a unit, the 5-bedroom unit is definitely the way to go.

  • Two bedroom, two bathroom, six sleeper unit

    This unit can accommodate up to 6 individuals, perfect for a small family or couple searching for a perfect sized unit with a stunning ocean view.

  • Three bedroom, two bathroom, eight sleeper unit

    This unit can accommodate up to 8 individuals, ticking all the boxes needed for a family reunion, ocean views and spacious accommodation.

Unit Perks :

All our units come with your basic everyday items such as linen, cutlery, crockery, fridge, deep freeze, kettle, gas stove and gas geyser. Each unit has ceiling fans, a private washing line and the cherry on top – a private braai. Please note that towels are not included and guests should supply their own.

Boat bays and washing facilities are also included for the guests with boats.

As we all know – Mozambique is a Malaria area, therefore all units are equipped with mosquito nets, although we would suggest bringing along some mosquito repellent as well.

At Guinjane Lodge, our guest’s security is our number one priority – We have 24-hour security on our premises ensuring our guests’ safety and comfortability.

Activities in the area include:

Going to beach bars and grabbing a cold 2M, trying out some of the local cuisine, visiting the local markets, swimming in the clear blue water, kayaking, seeing some of the most amazing underwater creatures through a pair of snorkelling goggles, grabbing some ‘pao’ from the superette or simply just chilling on the beach soaking up the Mozambique sun.

If none of the above activities peak your interests, other activities include:

Scuba Diving

Guinjata Bay is a world-renown scuba diving location with many different local diving sites such as the Reef, Paindane X-press, Turtle Creek, Egypt, Hard Rock, Devils Peak, Caves, Pao, Batfish, Coral Gardens and Fishbowl. All these sites can be accessed without permits and don’t require advanced scuba diving skills but to be on the safe side, always take an experienced diver along.

With the necessary permits, guest’s have the opportunity to scuba dive in some of the world’s most astounding dive sites, such as the Manta Reef; This reefs popularity comes from all the Manta Rays in the area and is guaranteed to be a dive you never forget. Positioning yourself correctly, you could get one of these graceful creatures swimming right over you! The depth of the dive is between 21 and 30 meters deep and is home to Potato Bass, Red Fang Trigger Fish, Yellow Snappers, Bigeyes and many more species to be seen.


Guinjata Bay accommodates all types of fishing, you can choose between fly fishing, rock or surf fishing or you can go all out and cast off the side of a boat in the middle of the ocean (deep-sea fishing). Mainly targeting the game fish species such as Kingfish, Tuna and Greater Barracuda. It could be your lucky day as hooking a Sailfish is not that uncommon, but be sure to take pictures/videos if you do catch one because some would think it’s a fisherman’s tale. The largest Blue Sailfish ever caught in Guinjata Bay weighed an astonishing 448kg and was caught on December 22 in 2019.

End the day off by spending time with friends and family and watching the calming sunset with your drink in your one hand and some braai tongs in the other.

For prospective guests who choose Guinjane Lodge as their preferred Mozambique Accommodation Self Catering for the first time, we provide the following tips when traveling 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.

  • Malaria precaution

  • 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,

  • Travel insurance

  • 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.

  • It is always safer to drink bottled water.

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