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Ibo Island
 
Ibo Island is one of 20 sun drenched sandy little islands which form the Quirimbas Archipelago just off the coast of Mozambique. What sets Ibo apart from the others is its rich history and culture running back for more than 500 years to the 15TH century, during which time it has been a trading post for Arabs, Africans, Asians, Portuguese and other Europeans.
The owners of Ibo Island Lodge have converted three one-hundred-year-old waterfront mansions into very attractive accommodation for guests who would like to explore the island, encounter the history and culture and enjoy water sports, fishing and pottering around the Island in an old teak dhow. Two of the mansions now accommodate guests in spacious bedrooms, each simply yet attractively furnished with a king-size extra length bed, teak and mahogany furniture, brass and antique fittings and en-suite bathroom. The rooms are air conditioned and also have ceiling fans so that you can open the windows and relax in the warm ocean breezes and of course you can enjoy superb views across the deep blue waters of the Indian Ocean.
One of the mansions, Villa Bela Vista has the restaurant where delicious meals are served with African, Asian and Arabian touches, making extensive use of wonderfully fresh locally caught game fish, lobsters, crayfish, local meats and locally grown vegetables. There is also a pool in the garden.
Many guests like to spend a few days on Ibo Island relaxing and exploring the cultural and historical aspects, also taking time to meet some of the friendly and hospitable islanders and admire their craft work, most notable of which is the Island’s long tradition in intricate silverware and jewellery.
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