Benguerra Lodge – Benguerra Island, Mozambique

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Located on beautiful, remote Benguerra Island and washed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, this is a small and intimate destination offering the ultimate in barefoot luxury and access to some of the finest saltwater fishing in Africa.


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The fishing

The Fishing in the Bazaruto Archipelago is world renowned and the shallow flats between the islands and the mainland are home to a huge number of fish. The fishing options at Benguerra Lodge are varied – fly-fishing is the speciality and mostly done using quick-sinking lines over reefs varying in depth from 10m to 40m. Targeted species include king and queen mackerel, bonito, wahoo, dorado, jobfish, all of the trevally species, and in season, sailfish. Sight-fishing is generally restricted to surface feeding bonito and sailfish that have been teased to the boat. April to September is sailfish season and October to January is marlin season.

The facilities

Choose from a selection of cabanas, casitas and luxury villas. Whichever you choose, you’re guaranteed an exceptional standard of accommodation on a sea-front setting. Casitas come with their own plunge pool and wooden deck, and the Villa Chibuene has its own pool (not to mention personal chef and direct beach access). In addition to fishing, the lodge can arrange snorkelling and diving (some of the finest available), castaway picnics, birdwatching trips, sea kayaking and dhow cruises. There is also a large bar and dining area, a gift shop, swimming pool and spa.



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