Sea Life Differently

10 November 2017

MOZAMBIQUE: Imagine a remote and private island where baobabs grow out of coral and fish eagles hunt in the sea. Imagine being surrounded by crystal-clear waters where you have the freedom to explore the ocean at your own pace. AZURA QUILALEA epitomises a Robinson-Crusoe getaway for the modern traveller.
 
HIGHLIGHTS:
  • THE BIG DIVE — see turtles, dolphins, whales, manta rays, barracuda - an ocean Big Five.
  • THE HELI TRIP — complimentary per person return helicopter transfers between Pemba and Quilalea Private Island. Valid for all stays of 5 nights or more until 15 March 2018 - save US$ 590 per person. Can be combined with other offers.
  • THE ADVENTURE — deep sea fishing, snorkelling off the beach, diving The Canyon, kayaking the island circumference and walking through the baobab groves.
  • THE CULTURE — immerse yourself in the soul-enriching, historical Ibo Island. An experience not to be missed.
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INSIDERS TIP: We LOVE the Azura Quilalea experience and highly recommend you include the island in the next African safari you are planning. It combines well with Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Botswana and South Africa - so no excuse about it being too difficult to reach!

Happy selling!
Suzanne

PS: The CRIB SHEET and FLIGHT ACCESS map and times documents change regularly.
Be sure to always get the latest versions.
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