Barra Beach Lodge, Inhambane
Barra Lodge Beach Resort is a classic Mozambique holiday destination along the east coast of Africa... with wide sun-drenched beaches, exciting ocean activities, coconut quad biking fields, boat trips to Pansy Island and an abundance of activities for the kids. The lodge has its own Gold Palm status dive centre, unique beach bar, curio market and huge gazebo where live bands perform at least once a week.
Located about 30km outside of the city centre, Barra Lodge is the epitome of a quintessential resort catering for families wanting to enjoy the most of Mozambique with none of the bells and whistles – just great 3-star accommodation – right on the beach, with a friendly atmosphere and a restaurant to cater for the whole family’s needs.
Accommodation at Barra Lodge Beach Resort is a cluster of traditional casitas and self-catering cottages; whilst the 3 Beach Chalets set further on the beach offers a more private and luxurious option for those wanting to splurge on air-conditioning and a deck directly on the beach.
As the flagship lodge of the Praia Do Barra area, Barra Lodge Beach Resort is located in a prime area – on the main stretch of Barra Beach and the heart of the surrounding lodges along this stretch of coast. The area boasts spectacular views, pristine beaches and the crystal clear turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, bordered by the Inhambane estuary on one side.
Situated 485 kilometres north of Maputo and nestled amongst coconut trees and a spectacular stretch of beach to take long walks on, Barra Lodge Beach Lodge caters mainly for families with children and divers who have come to Mozambique dive resort to experience the unique Manta Coast.
The warm waters offer safe bathing all year round, and the wide open beaches offer endless hours of sunbathing and strolling pleasure.
Facilities at Barra Beach Lodge include:
- Large swimming pool
- Two bars
- Two restaurants
- Wireless internet access
- Laundry and housekeeping facilities
- A safety deposit box
- Airport shuttle service