Whether you are looking for a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life, a romantic getaway, honeymoon, a special celebration or just family time, Massinga Beach is the ideal hideaway location. Set amongst coconut trees, Massinga Beach is luxury amongst nature with a 1.3km endless stretch of deserted beachfront.
Comfort is our priority and each large stilted room or chalet is free standing with ultimate sea views… Tantalize your taste buds with our Chef’s choice set menu using only the freshest ingredients available. Dietary requirements are catered for by prior arrangements (subject to availability). A unique Beach Bar and pool, set amongst natural boulders and right at the edge of the warm sea, provide comfort and drinks to sun-lovers.
Relaxation is the key with satellite TV in the bar and library only. Limited Wi-Fi is available at the reception area and local sim cards are available. Every day is a celebration at Massinga Beach, however, tailor made wedding packages, birthday parties or group incentives are our speciality.
Relax in the privacy of one of our 16 Ocean Front Deluxe rooms, each with 180 degree sea views. The spacious bedroom and bathroom lead onto a private deck and splash pool. Whale watch from your deck during season, or enjoy the magnificent star filled galaxy at night. Fall asleep in the extra length oversized beds to the soothing sounds of the ocean. Designed with families in mind, each of our 12 Ocean View Chalets have breathtaking sea views, with both the bedroom and lounge leading onto a large deck.
Geographically, Mozambique covers an area of over 800,000 sq. km, three times the size of Great Britain. Situated to the south east of the African continent, it shares borders with six other countries, Tanzania, Malawi and Zambia to the north, Zimbabwe to the west, South Africa and Swaziland to the south. The 2,500 km long coastline boasts numerous superb beaches fringed by lagoons, coral reefs and strings of small islands.
The Geography of Mozambique apprises a vast, low, grassland plateau which rises from the coast towards the mountains in the north and west covers nearly half the country's land area. The population is concentrated along the coast and the fertile river valleys. The Zambezi is the largest of the country's 25 rivers. Mozambique is rich in mineral resources such as gold, emeralds, copper, iron ore and bauxite and is currently engaged in oil exploration.
A transfer can be arranged Inhambane Airport via the town of Maxixe, followed by a 10km sand road journey to Massinga Beach. Duration 2-hours, 15-minutes. Please note, there are currently no direct flights to Inhambane from Johannesburg.
8-hour drive from Maputo (roads can only be accessed by 4x4 vehicles)
2.5-hour drive from Vilanculos (4x4 required). A transfer can be arranged from Vilanculos Airport.
Massinga Beach Lodge, Massinga, Mozambique