Beau­ti­fully sim­ple is the best way to de­scribe Nuarro. This stun­ning prop­erty, lo­cated in north­ern Mozam­bique feels won­der­fully off the grid. The own­ers have com­mend­ably tried to use lo­cal crafts and staff wher­ever pos­si­ble to cre­ate this peace­ful sanc­tu­ary on the edge of the In­dian Ocean, along a more than 2km­long gor­geous, white sandy beach. The re­sult is an in­ti­mate re­sort that has an em­pha­sis on re­lax­ation with a great ar­ray of ma­rine and ter­res­trial ac­tiv­i­ties, and of course world-class div­ing. Whale Sea­son

With such dra­matic drop offs only 200 me­ters from the beach, the Hump­back Whales come very close into the bay with their young (nor­mally July-Oc­to­ber each year). They learn com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills which in­clude de­light­ful breach­ing per­for­mances! The whales cruise the bay dur­ing the day and pro­duce a very spe­cial and un­for­get­table sound at night. All this can be heard and viewed from the com­fort of each chalet's pri­vate ve­ran­dah.

Sim­ple, spa­cious and all with a view

The spa­cious chalets are all built out of lo­cal ma­te­ri­als with tra­di­tional mukuti roofs and each with a stun­ning view across the bay. The lodge works closely with the lo­cal com­mu­nity and em­ploys staff from the nearby vil­lage, this all com­bines to cre­ate a gen­uine har­mony with this un­spoilt cor­ner of Africa and pro­vides a real Mozam­bique ex­pe­ri­ence which can so of­ten be lost in the name of lux­ury.

Nanatha Half Moon Bay at the south­ern point of the larger Memba Bay on the Baixo do Pinda Penin­sula, the lodge of­fers 12 lux­ury beach­front chalets, nes­tled amongst the dunes but within me­ters of the azure, crys­tal clear In­dian ocean.

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The brand brings to­gether a col­lec­tion of stun­ning prop­er­ties work­ing to­gether to pro­mote the des­ti­na­tion. The hand picked port­fo­lio of members each has it's own spe­cial at­trac­tions and ex­pe­ri­ences to con­trib­ute to the plethora of ad­ven­tures that the coun­try has to of­fer.

The un­der­ly­ing prin­ci­ple of au­then­tic lux­ury, in the true sense, res­onates with all members – to of­fer the best pos­si­ble ex­pe­ri­ences in idyl­lic lo­ca­tions, while cre­at­ing a pos­i­tive legacy for the lo­cal com­mu­ni­ties and en­vi­ron­ment in which they op­er­ate.

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