Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort in Mozambique Unveils a Modern Look and New Beach Pool Villas



Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort has unveiled a chic transformation for its beach villas with the new looks inspired by African culture and Mozambique’s native marine life. All of the beach villas have been fully refurbished offering guests luxury in harmony with lush nature and translucent ocean views. In addition, seven of the beach villas have been transformed into beach pool villas, with a private plunge pool and deck area added, all overlooking the Indian Ocean.

The beach villas retain the resort’s natural luxury, nestled amidst indigenous gardens, with warmer tones, accents of red and hints of African patterns characterising the cultural theme of the villas, while shades of blue and references to undersea scenes create a sense of tranquillity in the marine-theme retreats.
Key features of the villas include laminate timber flooring, refreshed interior architectural finishes, mood lighting and new contemporary furniture – all of which play a big role in the fresh look of the villas. Local flair was added with the use of traditional Mozambique Capulana fabrics in decorative cushions as well as photo artwork featuring Mozambican marine life. A lounge space offers energy efficient air-conditioned comfort, elegant bathrooms entice soaks in the sunken tub and exotic outdoor showers offer a refreshing cascade. The beach pool villas open onto a shoreline veranda, sun loungers and a spacious outdoor living area, for dining in gourmet comfort.

Golfinho, the resort’s main restaurant, has also been refurbished for guests to enjoy breakfast and dinner in even more elegant surroundings. The new concept design is inspired by the natural hues of the Indian Ocean with a peaceful palette of blue, grey and white that reflects the shoreline. The restaurant boasts stylish new finishes including terrazzo floor tiles, polished concrete countertops, antique mirrors and bronze detailing.
Nestled within the protective border of the Bazaruto Archipelago, Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort brings authentic luxury to an African island hideaway. Breath taking seclusion is set against the backdrop of the Indian Ocean, 30 kilometres off Mozambique’s coast. The Bazaruto Archipelago of protected national park islands scatter like emerald jewels across the turquoise ocean. Bazaruto, the largest of these islands, is far removed from modern distractions, With the resort offerings an indulgent retreat in harmony with lush nature, to spark island romance or quality family time.

The resort is a haven for adventure, showcasing its extraordinary destination with remarkable adventures above and below the water. Equestrian enthusiasts can go horseback riding through peaceful trails, along powdery beaches and even into the ocean to take their steed for a swim. Guests can uncover the island’s most picturesque havens and colourful local life, 4x4 safaris encounter a wealth of exotic flora and fauna, traditional village customs, a 19th century lighthouse and secluded highlights such as stunning Sailfish Bay on the pristine eastern shore. An ocean safari provides an encounter with dolphins in their natural element. A boat trip to Paradise Island wows with superb snorkelling, relaxed sunbathing without a soul in sight, and extends the pleasures with a leisurely BBQ picnic.
Marine adventurers are spoilt for choice as Bazaruto Marine National Park is one of the world’s premier snorkelling and diving destinations, offering extraordinary oceanic adventures in pristine, unspoilt waters. From vibrant coral reefs teeming with tropical fish, to some of the world’s largest populations of dolphins, whales, sharks, turtles and dugong, it is these remarkable ecosystems and the surrounding crystal-clear waters that makes Anantara Bazaruto a premier snorkelling, diving and fishing destination.


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