Mozambique is one of Africa's last true hidden gems, offering a unique and enviable honeymoon experience. With its pristine beaches, turquoise waters, and rich culture, Mozambique provides the perfect backdrop for romance and adventure. Imagine strolling hand in hand on the beautiful Tofo Beach, watching the sunset over the Indian Ocean, or dining on fresh seafood while sipping cocktails. Additionally, Mozambique offers plenty of activities to keep you entertained, from snorkelling and scuba diving to going on safari at Gorgongosa National Park. With friendly locals, a laid-back atmosphere, and breathtaking scenery, Mozambique is the ideal destination to start your new life together.


White Pearl Resort

‘Rare seclusion, all inclusive luxury. Encounter whales, dolphins and turtles ’

The beach itself is something to behold - miles and miles of white sand stretching far into the distance without a building in sight. If it were only this White Pearl would be set apart but this is combined with cool white, private villas set along the beach and up the hillside with extraordinary views and some direct beach access, not forgetting plunge pool and deck. 

Your own personal butler is on hand to offer a true Mozambican welcome and understated, friendly service. This is not a stuffy, suited employee but a part of a gregarious team looking after every detail - always on hand with a cool drink or staking out your own private spot on the beach. 

With all this space, there's plenty to do. Linger over a fully serviced beach picnic including the freshest local prawns and fine wine. Take a sea kayak out, and book a marine safari to see migrating humpbacks and dolphins. From November sea turtles arrive at nesting site next to the resort. It's a truly magical place off the beaten track and long may it say that way. 


Azura Benguerra Island

‘Pristine Beaches and Marine Life Discovery’

Set in a protected marine conservation area, Benguerra Island is a luxury lodge situated on an island of the same name. The second largest island of the Bazaruto Archipelago, Benguerra was declared a National Park in 1971 and provides some of the best marine life discovery in Mozambique. Pristine coral reefs lie just offshore and reveal a variety of colourful tropical fish, whilst the waters surrounding the archipelago are home to Africa’s last remaining population of the rare dugong. If not snorkelling or scuba diving the waters you can head further out for excellent game fishing. Beautiful surrounding beaches beckon you to relax and can also be experienced on horseback. Other activities include tailored expeditions and scenic helicopter tours. The lodge hosts welcoming guest areas amidst lush tropical gardens and ocean views, whilst the accommodations are set under local thatch with private timber decks and plunge pools. You can depart on secluded castaway picnics and savour succulent seafood dinners at the lodge, followed by sundowner cocktails at the beachfront dhow bar.