7 days from £3900pp plus international flights.
If you're need of some serious rest and relaxation, look no further than Azura Quilalea! This Indian Ocean island offers the perfect retreat from 21st century stresses. Lay back and listen to the sound of the breeze in the palm trees and the waves on the shore....the pace of life is beguilingly gentle and you'll feel your cares slipping away...
Azura Quilalea is the quintessential tropical island. Covered by lush vegetation, fringed by white sand beaches and set in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, this will be your home for a whole, wonderful week. You'll arrive in style from the mainland, on a 25-minute flight by helicopter, quite a start to your holiday! Your ocean-facing villa is kept cool by air conditioning, though you can elect to open the doors and windows wide and admit let the sea breeze. There are loungers and daybeds on the private deck, so you can choose sun or shade. Add to this discreet butler service and you'll be in seventh heaven.
With just nine villas this is an exclusive resort whose cheerful staff make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive. Consult with the chef over favourite foods, talk to the guides about island walks and with the watersports specialists about snorkelling, kayaking and diving. You can choose how to spend each day, filling it with as much activity as you want, or spending easy hours by the pool or beach. There's no pressure to do anything other than relax and enjoy your stay!
It may all sound too good to be true, but believe it! Your week here will leave you feeling fully rested and revitalised, with a renewed energy of mind, body and spirit, a whole new you.
Guide price from (pp sharing): £3900 (ex. international flights)
Price notes: This is a 2017 guide price. Please ask for prices for the specific dates you're interested in.
6 nights accommodation on a twin share basis in a Kaskazi villa; services of a rep at Pemba airport; return helicopter transfer from Pemba to Quilalea; full board; local beers, local spirits, selected house wines, cocktail of the day, water, soft drinks, tea and coffee; host service; Wi-Fi in public areas; use of snorkelling equipment, kayaks and paddle boards; baobab walking trails; EVAC medical insurance from Pemba
International flights; departure taxes; visas; travel insurance; meals not specified; drinks not specified; items of a personal nature; tips.
Getting there: This holiday starts and ends in Pemba. International flights from the UK start from around £1,300, depending on season and availability. We usually book flights for you.
Departure dates: This is a tailor made holiday that can begin on the date of your choice between 16 March and 18 December 2016, subject to availability
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Time: GMT +2 hours
Flight time: No direct flights from the UK, but daily access is via Johannesburg or Dar Es Salaam. There are light aircraft connections to the more remote islands and reserves.
Language: Portuguese is widely spoken in Mozambique and remains the main language. English is understood in a few larger towns.
Visas: Most nationalities do need a visa for Mozambique
Health: This is a malarial area and several vaccinations are receommended.