Nuarro Beach

The Nuarro beach fringes the bay and runs along the front of the entire lodge, making a half moon shape, all the way past the village and to the point of the Nanatha bay.

The beach itself spans more than 2km in length, which makes for some magnificent early morning runs (on the low tide) or late afternoon romantic strolls.

There is often some beach volleyball (sometimes rather intense competitions) in front of the activities centre, or sometimes the remnants of some fantastic sandcastle building, designed by the happy, duly occupied ‘little’ Nuarro guests, to be found on the beach. Some guests even opt for a back massage under the shade of the Casuarina trees on the beach.

Access to the beach is easy, right from your own private pathway from your chalet, or the beach bar and activities centre or the restaurant.

Of course, Nuarro is one of the only lodges in northern Mozambique that has shore entry diving and snorkeling right from the beach!

Private Beaches

Not only do we have the spectacular 2km long lodge beach, but there are many other private beaches a short distance from the lodge.

We can arrange a wonderful picnic for you to spend a romantic day alone with your loved one, or a memory-filled day with your family. Please see our section on beach picnics for more information on these.

There are quite a few private beaches that we utilize, and these are accessible either by boat, mountain bike ride, car or a short walk away.

Nuarro Bay

Due to the relationships with the surrounding communities and Nuarro Lodge, all parties have agreed that Nuarro Bay is to be a protected area.

The biodiversity of the bay is unprecedented. There is a coral reef near the shoreline and many other fantastic reefs within the bay. The structure is a steady slope toward the edge of the continental shelf, which makes the marine life really special and diverse.

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