Friday, 22 August 2014 12:15

Chuiba Bay, an unforgettable African beach holiday experience

Chuiba Bay Lodge is located in Chuiba, just a few kms from the Town of Pemba, Northeast Mozambique, on the pristine shores of the Indian Ocean. Home to Africa's most exquisite fish species this destination and Lodge offer something for everyone. From avid scuba divers to professional anglers, Chuiba Bay Lodge is an aexcellent option for catered holiday groups to Mozambique. Join us for an unforgettable African beach holiday.

Why visit Chuiba Bay?

Chuiba Bay Lodge is one of Mozambique's best kept holiday  secrets. Experience pure relaxation and warm Mozambican hospitality on the inviting atmosphere and laid back luxury of CHUIBA BAY LODGE, where Swahili East Africa meets the comfort of modern life. Chuiba Bay is a stunning beach vacation, built overlooking an immaculate and untouched beach which spread for kilometres.. From the entire family, avid scuba divers, fishing holidays or simply kicking back and relaxing there is a reason so many travelers choose Chuiba Bay as their Mozambique holiday destination.
 

Fishing Mozambique

Chuiba Bay's breathtaking reefs, shallow coves and meter deep banks offer passionate beach anglers, Mozambican deep-sea fishing enthusiasts or multiple Mozambican fly fishing opportunities to explore the Indian ocean. This Mozambique accommodation boasts a wide array of fish species including; Broadbill, marlin, sailfish, wahoo, dorado, king and queen mackerel, kingfish and tuna. Making Chuiba Bay Lodge the prime place to stay.
 
If you are looking for the ultimate Mozambican holiday destination you must book a stay with us at Chuiba Bay Lodge! With Ecologic Construction blending with nature - Earth Brick Walls and Macuti Roofs, the indigenous vegetation and the magnificent Indian Ocean warm waters, we are the destination for those wanting to unwind from busy daily life.
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