About Phaphalati Resorts
Welcome to Phaphalati Resorts.
Phaphalati Resorts is a newly developed Resort with a 32 bedroom Hotel, 10 Forest Chalets and Sea Facing Homes, perfectly situated on a large 8ha site in Ponta Malongane, just 13km from Ponta do Ouro. The Resort is perfectly located for guests to enjoy the tranquility Mozambique has to offer as well as attractions such as Deep sea fishing, paddling, scuba diving, snorkeling and dolphin watching just a few kilometers away in Ponta do Ouro. With pristine white beaches and breathtaking views, it almost feels like a touch of Heaven.
All double rooms are en-suite with 2 x three-quarter beds in each room, air conditioners, linen, bath towels and complimentary soap, shampoo and body lotion.It has a sumptuous lounge and large pool deck presenting stunning views over the ocean. Lunch and dinner menus are available in the dining room and the bar serves up a variety of mouth-watering cocktails. For a family holiday in the sun or a romantic getaway, Phaphalati Resorts captures the feel of Mozambique.
Those without 4x4 or 4x2 bakkies or any four wheel drive vehicle without a diff lock, must make use of a border transfer to get to Ponta Malongane!
The resort is situated 14km from the boarder post, R350 per person with return. Driver will collect you and guest at the border upon arrival including your luggage and equipment.
Covid Safety Approved: In accordance with the law, we require all guests to bring their own face masks. Hand sanitizers will be made available at the hotel. All normal Covid 19 regulations for the current level will be in effect as stipulated by the Government.
Terms & Conditions for Hotel Phaphalati:
PLEASE NOTE: Guests need to have paid for their accommodation IN FULL before arriving at the hotel. Hotel Phaphalati reserves the right to refuse accommodation to any guests who have not paid for their accommodation in full.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling