About Kanimambo

Guests have access to the entire house including four stunning bedroom suites, each with a bath, indoor and outdoor showers, double basin vanities, built-in cupboards, verandah and mosquito nets.

The main living area has a guest cloakroom, living/dining room, kitchen, covered and uncovered outdoor seating and dining areas, barbeque / fire pit, pizza oven, swimming pool and a beach deck.

Sweeping views of the ocean enable you to sit on the deck with a front seat view of dolphin, whales and other sea life frolicking in the waves. Enjoy magnificent sun rises over the ocean and relaxing cocktails at sunset. Kanimambo is a place where you can do as much or as little as you want. 

Villa Details

Details

  • Location: Machangulo, Mozambique
  • Type: Beach Villa
  • Bedroms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Adults: 6 / 8
  • Children: 6 / 4
  • Pets: No
  • Smoking: Only outside

Amenities

  • Appliances: Dishwasher, dryer, washer
  • Floors: Concrete
  • Parking: Double garage
  • Heating: None
  • Cooling: Fans
  • Terrace: 2
  • Type & Style: Beach Villa
  • Food Service: In house cook (own supplies)

FAQs

The villa is located in the Machangulo Private Nature Reserve, Southern Mozambique. You can view the property on Google Earth: 26° 9’2.27″S 32°56’52.62″E

Machangulo is a very remote destination and it takes some effort to get there. If driving, a 4×4 vehicle is essential, as you will travel through the Maputo Special Game Reserve to reach Kanimambo. It is possible to fly into Machangulo, either by small charter plane or helicopter, from Maputo airport. Alternatively, a speedboat transfer from Maputo harbour is available.

There is limited Internet connectivity via Vodacom (local sim card required) or alternatively in the Machangulo office.

Machangulo is a malaria area so you will need to take the necessary precautions. Maputo is the closest Mozambican city to Machangulo.

Children are permitted but the property is not suitable for young children and infants. Please note you must climb stairs – bedrooms are accessed by wooden walkways and stairs with no balustrades which could be slippery when wet.