Ibo Island Lodge is located in the Quirimbas National Park in northern Mozambique. A visit to this island offers a combination of idyllic beaches and exploring the rich history and culture. Rooms are either bay or garden-facing and feature air-conditioning, ceiling fans and large windows to catch the sea breezes. Rooms share wide verandahs (privacy wall between) with comfortable seating, ideal for lounging or reading in the shade.
FaruFaru was delightful, the game was spectacular AND the food probably the best on the entire trip. The room was over the top in love.
We loved the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, it was magical and having the bath drawn for us with rose petals in a heart shape was very special. The food was not that great, but the accommodations and the personnel were top notch.
Ibo Lodge tried the best they could and it was an enjoyable experience due to the food and the ribbons of stars. It was extremely hot there and as we thought we were ocean front, we were not aware that there was no way to go into the sea due to the tide. The po ol was inviting, but the water was questionable? The food everyday was totally delightful and the chef great. Our sailboat to the sandpit was amazing........in everyway possible.
Azurra was amazing and we loved every minute of being there despite going out kayaking and having sea urchin spines in my feet. Turtle Beach was lovely as was the rock climbing out to the point. The people there were lovely, Kelly was delightful and we loved our butler who wrote little notes to us in our butter everyday. So darn special. They also went all out for dinner in a different area of the Island each night, it was a special treat. The spa services there were really good a plus!!
Ebony was fabulous. The food wasn't as good as we expected it to be, but it didn't matter, everything else about the environs was to die for.Read More