Ponta Malongane and Ponta Mamoli
Treat yourself to an unforgettable holiday in paradise, Ponta Malongane, Mozambique.
Ponta Malongane Accommodation – We have a range of accommodation in Ponta Malongane and Ponta Mamoli. The un-spoilt beauty of the blue sea, golden beaches, and lush coastal vegetation set the scene for memorable fun in the sun holidays. Whether you’re into scuba diving, kayaking, big game fishing, or simply want to spend your days lazing on beautiful sandy beaches, Ponta Malongane offer a range of exciting activities fit for the whole family. This quaint little town is just 20 km from the Kosi Bay border and from Ponta Malongane to Ponta Mamoli is another 30km north. Ponta Malongane is only a very short drive from Ponta do Ouro.
Roads leading to the Estates consist of VERY soft beach sand. A 4×4 vehicles or 2×4 with a diff lock are a must.
Mesmerizing beauty. Nothing is more beautiful than the beach and sun.
Ponta Mamoli is set in a pristine natural coastline with a subtropical climate along the southern tip of Mozambique, around 100km south of Maputo and 20km north of the Kosi Bay border into South Africa, and 100km from the Komatipoort border. Here you will find magnificent expanses of beaches with unspoilt offshore reefs which offer excellent scuba diving and snorkelling. No surprise why Ponta Mamoli has been voted as one of the top 10 beaches in Africa!
Ocean sunrise is the ultimate sunrise. Early risers can settle on the deck, listen to the gentle sounds of the waves lapping on the shore, and watch in awe as the early morning sun slowly rises over the ocean, bathing her amazing African glow of golds, reds and orange hues over the wild African bush! Watch the majestic whales coming up to the surface to blow air and sea spray or take a 10-minute walk down the beach to Frederico’s snorkelling bay (bring your own snorkelling equipment.) With the wide expanse of beach at Aloha early morning and late afternoon, walks are most relaxing.
At Ponta Mamoli you will find a place so pure and exhilarating that though you will take your memories with you, you will always leave a piece of your soul behind in the sand.