Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort & Spa
About Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort & Spa
Guests hoping for a tropical escape from their busy city lives will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort & Spa. It is a great island holiday destination when visiting Mozambique.
This resort has 44 stunning villas and all of them have different layouts to cater for the diverse guests. Some villas also have private plunge pools, the ideal place to enjoy drinks with friends, or to watch the sunset with that special person. Explore the picturesque surroundings by taking a walk along the beach while appreciating the tranquil area.
After a day of discovery, enjoy a delicious meal on the outside dining deck. Watch the sun dip below the horizon while savouring the taste of the scrumptious seafood. End the evening off by relaxing in your private hammock before being lulled to sleep by the sound of lapping waves.
Beach: Within the jewel-like Bazaruto Archipelago, 30 kilometres east of mainland Mozambique on Africa’s east coast, Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort resides on a 12,000 hectare paradise island.
Spa: The Anantara Spa has five treatment rooms, an ice pool, a wet room and a hydrotherapy pool. Guests can also make use of the Rasul chamber and a selection of relaxation areas. Snacks can be enjoyed at the health bar.
Wedding Venues: The resort will assist bridal couples in organising their ideal wedding. A wedding coordinator, catering, and accommodation can be arranged at the resort.
Conference Venues: The resort's conference room can accommodate up to 60 people. It has premier equipment and flexible seating options.
Family friendly: This resort caters for all members of the family. There is a children’s entertainment room, guests can book a cooking class and enjoy various water sports such as kayaking, skiing and wake boarding.
Valid only for travel between the following dates:
11 January - 17 March; 04 May - 31 July; 01 September - 22 December 2016
Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort & Spa Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling