Anantara Medjumbe island - Mozambique
Romantic barefoot luxury on a secluded African island
Idyllically located on a tiny private island in the jewel-like Quirimbas Archipelago off the northern coast of Mozambique, Anantara Medjumbe Island Resort offers a paradise escape that is naturally exclusive. Now with its brand new helicopter transfer from Pemba International Airport, Anantara Medjumbe Island Resort is offering you a breath-taking way to fly into paradise.
Feel soft powdery sands sifting through your toes as you stroll along a pristine beach lapped by the turquoise Indian Ocean. Drift from a lazy morning by the pool to refresh in the waves, before retreating to Anantara Spa’s intimate beachfront villa to indulge in uniquely sensual therapies. Savour tastes of island life with tantalising local cuisine and seafood plucked fresh from the ocean, or succumb to the finest world flavours, served with extraordinary ocean views.
Beyond the dazzling view, the waters surrounding Medjumbe Island offer an oceanic playground for a wide range of water sports, whale watching boat trips, intimate cruises and remote island picnics. While some of the world’s most undiscovered and impressive coral reefs create surreal underwater diving adventures.
Discover breathtaking serenity of one of the top Mozambique beach resorts, far removed from worldly cares, where total tranquillity is assured at an adults-only hideaway that is perfect for romance, special celebrations, a dream honeymoon or unforgettable anniversary.
Anantara Medjumbe Island Resort key features:
Outdoor swimming pool
Jahazi restaurant serving local and international cuisine with an ocean view
Bahari lounge bar
Loft Lounge with a library, games and magnificent views of the ocean bay
WiFi in reception, bar and lounge areas
Picnic at Quissanga Island
Tailored Dining by Design experiences
Anantara Spa treatments
Water sports, including snorkelling, fishing, water skiing, hobie cat sailing, sea kayaking, wakeboarding, kneeboarding and stand up paddle boarding
Some of the world’s best dive sites
Sunset cruise aboard a traditional dhow
Whale watching trips from mid-July to mid-October