Ibo Island Lodge & Yacht Combo

Ibo Island Lodge & Yacht Combo

$2,797 (Per Adult)

$2,238 (Per Child)

$350 (Per Adult) / Day

$280 (Per Child) / Day

(Includes)

  • Meals
  • Transport
  • Accomodation
  • Sightseeing

Duration8 day(s)

LocationMozambique

Start PointPemba

End PointPemba

AvailabilityJul 01 , 2019 to Dec 31 , 2020

Summary

This is a 7 day Pemba Beach & Yacht Combo for young and old. Stay 2 nights at Ibo Island Lodge. Ibo Island Lodge has been described as one of the most magical and atmospheric lodges in Africa. Situated in the Quirimbas National Park of northern Mozambique imagine a remote Mozambican island lost in time, all but forgotten to the outside world for nearly a century. Recline high on our rooftop terrace overlooking the impossibly blue ocean and track the slow and steady traditional sailing dhows that drift across the blue horizon. Refresh your senses with a massage and indulge yourself with a frosty cocktail at one of the pools. This is the Ibo Island Lodge life, designed to uplift and your escape from your reality. Be whisked to an idyllic sandbank beach and dive some of Africa’s richest coral reefs. Discover a coastline fringed by tropical islands on a unique island-hopping dhow safari. Add dolphin safaris, snorkelling, sea kayaking, birding, sumptuous seafood, romance, tranquility and a perspective that will change your life forever. Board the yacht for a 5 night cruise in the Quirimbas Archipelago. The Marquise 56' was Fountaine Pajot’s flagship catamaran and was beautifully built with typical French flare and class! Designed to be a comfortable open ocean cruising yacht the 56’ Marquise is still the ideal charter catamaran. Make no mistake, the Marquise 56' is a big catamaran with one of the largest living areas of any yacht in its class. The price includes: 
56FT CATAMARAN
 • Crewed Yacht, • Breakfast, lunch & dinner  • Snacks  • Juices & soft drinks • Wines, beers, spirits  • All other non-alcoholic drinks  • Coffee, tea, water & minibar • Water Sports Gear, ◦ Snorkelling ◦ Fishing ◦ Kayaking ◦ Stand Up Paddle boarding ◦ Diving (sup payable) • Fuel For Main Yacht and Tender 
 
IBO ISLAND LODGE
 • Meet and greet in Pemba, • Refreshing non-alcoholic cocktail on arrival, • Accommodation at Ibo Island Lodge, • All meals - breakfast, lunch and dinner • Teas, Coffees and Bar snacks • Includes local beers and spirits, water and soft drinks • Transfer daily to a private sandbank beach, • Guided historical and cultural tours of the island, • Non-motorised water sports & Unguided kayaking 





 
FLIGHTS / TRANSFERS
 • Light aircraft flight from Pemba to Ibo Island • Transfers from airstrip to lodge • Guest pick up and drop-off by yacht as required Please note that the package price is based on 6 adults.

Activities

  • Boat Cruise
  • Diving
  • Fishing
  • Snorkeling
  • Bird Watching
  • Culture

Places

  • Pemba, Mozambique
  • Ibo, Mozambique

Physical Condition

  • Normal Physical Condition

Connectivity

  • WiFi and phone coverage at some lodges

Day-by-day Description

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$2,797 - $2,238 Duration: 8 day(s)

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