Private Island Escape

12 March 2015

MOZAMBIQUE, QUIRIMBAS ARCHIPELAGO: Looking for an idyllic private island in the Indian Ocean? Look no further than AZURA QUILALEA. Located on a 35 hectare private uninhabited island, surrounded by a marine sanctuary, with only 9 private villas; Quilalea is a barefoot castaway experience with world-class scuba diving.

NEW SPECIALFREE RETURN HELI TRANSFER for stays of 7 nights or more until 30 June 2015. Can be combined with the STAY 7 PAY 6. SAVE up to $1,585 per person
Terms and conditions apply. 

HIGHLIGHTS:
  • ACCESSIBLE: From Pemba take a 20 minute helicopter flight to Quilalea Island.  Arrive in Pemba Mozambique (not to be confused with Pemba Island, Tanzania) from:
    • JOHANNESBURG: 5x weekly flights with SA Airlink (approx US$ 400, 2h50 flight)
    • NAIROBI**: 4x weekly flights with Kenya Airways/LAM (approx US$230, 2h10 flight).
    • DAR**: 3x weekly flights with LAM (approx US$210, 1h10 flight).
    • Click to download the ACCESS MAP for details.
      **Overnight in Pemba required and receive an early morning transfer to Quilalea Island.
  • SEASONAL DIVERSITY: The island is sheltered which ensures a fantastic year round destination. Season highlights:
    • JAN - MAR: Turtle hatchlings are emerging in full force. 
    • JUN - OCT: Witness the humpback whale migration.
    • NOV - DEC: Turtle start nesting. Brilliant bird watching. 
  • CLIMATE - Perfect beach climate all year round averaging 30 degrees! Little rain fall - see our SEASONS & ACTIVITIES DOCUMENT for more details.
  • MUST DO ACTIVITIES: Snorkelling the House Reef off the main beach, traditional sunset dhow cruise, turtle beach picnic, tour of Ibo island, Baobab bath and guided night diving and snorkelling!
   
 
Happy Selling!
Suzanne

PS: Going to INDABA? Click HERE to book your meeting with us!
 

Siruai Expedition Camp

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