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A very safe snorkeling reef within the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park, which actually lies 2 nm offshore!!!! Years of unregulated tourism, crown-of-thorns starfish outbrakes, poaching and bleaching almost killed it, but the reef is back!!! Excellent coral growth, very healthy fish life and the park...More
It took a couple of hours sailing by dhow to get to the reef. The water was fairly calm though and the sun was shining. So it was a pleasant enough trip. We were dropped into the water over a series of coral 'gardens'. The...More
Truly African experience out there and amazing beaches combined with few tourists wonderful seafood and happy people. The draw back is when travelling around you must be diligent with the police and army who often take bribes to allow you to pass through road blocks...More
Not a lot to add to most of the reviews. It's been breathtaking the experience we had. It was just two couples in a boat, with two really friendly staff, who guided us through the reef to show us all the cool stuff. Just amazing,...More
We hired a local boat to take us for the day, pretty basic boat with very basic equipment, but worth every minute. Don't take the suggested boat that the local Vilanculos tourist info office will suggest - properly dodgy!
We took a speed boat to the reef, the pat left from Baobab Beach Resort, first we went to the island of Bazaruto for lunch & to wait for the tide to be just right. The two mile reef is in the ocean & the...More
Spent 45 minutes snorkeling at the washing machine. rough on surface but amazing under water. Not low tide but shallow enough to explore. Saw loads of different fish, nearly as many as Scuba diving in Tofo. Missed a turtle that Mito, our guide, spotted because...More