Indigo Bay Island Resort & Spa
The Bazaruto Archipelago, a premier diving and fishing destination, comprises of a group of small islands situated off the coast of Mozambique near the town of Vilanculos. Situated on the western side of Bazaruto Island, the largest of the six islands in the Bazaruto Archipelago, Indigo Bay Island Resort and Spa offers understated luxury and a superb location. The tropical climate, unspoilt scenery, pristine beaches and clear turquoise waters, make Indigo Bay the ideal getaway for families, honeymooners and all those in search of the quintessential island experience
The resort offers 30 beach chalets and 14 luxury bay-view villas. Each chalet and villa is equipped with air-conditioning, mosquito screens, en-suite bathroom, satellite TV and a mini-bar. The units have outdoor showers and recessed sea-facing oval baths. Guests may choose from king size or twin chalets. The beachfront honeymoon chalet with a private splash pool and lounge, and just 20 metres from the beach, is set apart from the rest of the chalets. The luxurious Executive Suite and Presidential Villa offer 5-star quality and service. The Presidential Villa has a lounge, two bedrooms and two bathrooms, a spa bath and private swimming pool.
The east coast of the islands faces onto the deep waters of the Mozambique Channel and below the surface are wild water reefs filled with pods of dolphins, the rare dugong, and several species of marine turtle. Over 2000 fish species can be found in the marine eco-system surrounding the islands, which was proclaimed as a National Park in 1971. The rich variety of marine life includes humpback whales, marine turtles, spinner, giant lobster, humpback and bottlenose dolphins, marlins and barracudas. The islands are home to about 45 reptile and amphibian species.The region offers over 160 species of birds, endemic butterflies, suni antelope and freshwater crocodiles. Various low tide areas are excellent for sightings of crab plover, gulls and waders, and the large sand dunes and freshwater lakes provide nesting grounds for black-winged flamingos.
- Cellphone Reception
- Child Friendly
- Swimming Pool
- Wellness & Spa
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Scuba diving
- Horse riding
- Beach activities
- Game drives
• South African passport holders do not require a visa for Mozambique.
• All other passport holders must obtain a visa from the nearest Mozambican Consulate.
• Note that visas are no longer available at any Mozambican border posts.
• Malaria occurs throughout Mozambique, right through the year.
• Malaria prophylaxis is recommended for all travellers to Mozambique.
• Inoculation against Hepatitis A and typhoid is also recommended.