Inhaca Island Reviews

6 Reviews

  1. Athur said:

    Thanks so much for the warm hospitality and generosity from your team. Any amenities that might have been lacking were made up by this. Great outdoor holiday, lots of time snorkelling and exploring the Island.

    Well worth the trip! A special thanks to John the pilot and Carlos the dive instructor!

  2. Quintin said:

    I stayed at the hotel over a long weekend after a business trip in Maputo. I really loved it. It is set on a rural island. The people there are still so genuine and lovely. Service is awesome – the staff will know who you are even before you arrive. Really felt special. Also got to go to Santa Maria beach which is truly sensational. Loved it!!

  3. Roan said:

    This Hotel is a good place to spend some days away from Maputo. Unfortunately their is no real beach nearby so you only have two choices: take a boat to the portuguese island or spend the day by the pool. The food is very nice and the service is ok too. The lodges have big rooms and rather clean toilets. There is a village just outside the lodge area with one very nice restaurant named Lucas. Don’t miss it.

    In Inhaca you can enjoy diving, snorkeling and some other beach activities. The roads in the island aren’t confortable but, usually you should get yourself around by boat.

  4. Cesar Silva said:

    If you want a peacefull and quite place, with clean sea water hotter than the hotel shower.. don’t miss it!
    Portuguese Island in front is incredible!

  5. Joe Clover said:

    The rooms are tidy and the hotel is exceptional value for money, although there is not a swimming beach in front of the hotel, the hotel takes you to one every day and it is wonderful.

    The staff are attentive and overall there is a very relaxed atmosphere.

    Do not miss out, go to Lucas for Lunch. What a great experience

  6. Katerina said:

    A nice hotel with very very friendly and helpful staff. There is a nice salt water pool. The beaches are fantastic and there is a very nice beach in fron of the hotel. There is a very nice restaurant Lucas, in the town outside of the hotel. There are quite many marine activities you can do, although the cost is something you should consider. The room was clean and the bed had a very good mosquito net. In general, the hotel may be just a little too expensive for what it offers, but there are no many other choices in this fantastic island Inhaca. There are 3 ways of travelling to Inhaca from Maputo, by plane (we flew with CFA, a South Afrikan based company, very flexible with the times and you should contact them directly), by quick boat and by slow boat.