WHITE PEARL RESORTS
Ponta Mamoli, Southern Mozambique
White Pearl Resorts is situated on a private magnificent sandy white beach in southern Mozambique (south of Maputo and almost on the border with South Africa).
White Pearl Resorts comprises 22 individual suites each with their own private pool and stunning ocean views together with a main area offering a chic restaurant, lounge, bar and large rim-flow swimming pool. Each guest is sure to relish in the tranquil and relaxing atmosphere, which is quite unlike any other in all of Mozambique.
The resort is surrounded by natural beauty, from the Indian Ocean to the east and the Maputo Elephant Reserve to the west. Offering exceptional accommodation, service and cuisine along with some of the finest diving in Mozambique, White Pearl is a fabulous addition to Mozambique’s coastline.
TRANSFERS TO THE RESORT WILL NOW BE OPERATED BY A FIXED WING PLANE OPERATED BY CR AVIATION INSTEAD OF BY HELICOPTER.
Situated 25 km north of the Kosi Bay Border, Southern coast of Mozambique.
Guests fly into Maputo International Airport. There are direct local flights from OR Tambo, Cape Town and Durban.
Guests can take a beautiful 45 minute scenic flight transfer to Ponta D'Ouro, which is a 45 minute drive from the resort. Guests can also take a 4x4 road transfer from Maputo to White Pearl Resorts. The drive is 3-5 hours long depending on the weather but we DO NOT recommended it.
Road transfer are available from Kosi Bay Border (South Africa) to White Pearl Resorts (or vice versa) and take approximately 1.5 hours, depending on the weather and condition of the roads.
22 Suites each with private pool.
Children of all ages are welcome.
Chidren under 3 years of age stay free of charge.
Children aged 3 - 12 years pay 50% of the prevailing suite rate.
The fantastic dive centre with nearby world renowned dive sites.
Private beach resort on the Southern coast of Mozambique, exclusive yet easily accessible.
Open all year round. June to September is the time to see migrating humpback whales. Whale sharks can be seen during most of the year but the best time to see them is from October to March.
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Mozambique's biggest draw cards are its tropical beaches and spectacular marine life. With a history of limited coastal development combined with beautiful expansive beaches and amazing numbers of whale sharks, manta rays, dolphins, turtles, coral fishes and reefs, the setting for this experience is hard to beat.