BAZARUTO ARCHIPELAGO NATIONAL MARINE PARK



The Bazaruto Archipelago National Marine Park, which is the surrounding environment, was inaugurated in 1971 and created to protect the dugongs, marine turtles who spend their days foraging around the archipelago.  The national park ensures the conservation and protection of the coastal waters and marine inhabitants, which includes over 2000 fish species and the backdrop of exquisite and excellently formed coral formations. Miles of white sandy beaches grace the islands, while the calm turquoise waters constantly flow long the shores.  The Bazaruto Archipelago National Marine Park is one of the largest of its kind in the Indian Ocean and plays a crucial role in achieving global marine conservation.

Lying off the Indian Ocean coast of Mozambique, the incredible Bazaruto Archipelago delivers luxury accommodation and an idyllic beach holiday.  Sand dunes, saline lakes, coral reefs and the largest population of the rare dugong, along the east African coast, can be found throughout the archipelago. A nearly untouched paradise, the Bazaruto Archipelago National Marine Park is truly one of the most beautiful and sought-after destinations in Africa.