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Kisawa Sanctuary

Hidden luxury in the national park of the Bazaruto Archipelago, Kisawa is a beautiful 300-hectare sanctuary of forest, beach and sand dunes. The resort boasts eleven residences with a magical design inspired by traditional Mozambican dwellings.

Benguerra Island, Bazaruto and the south coast, Mozambique
Kisawa SanctuaryBazaruto and the south coast
  • Bringing wilderness and wellbeing together with exceptional personal service and environmental sustainability at its core.

  • Nestled within 300 hectares of private beach, forest and sand dunes, creating privacy for its twelve luxury residences

  • African art and antiques decorate this unique sanctuary, adding authenticity to this eco-resort

  • Delve into relaxation at the standalone spa – specialising in traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic treatments, including massage and detox retreats

Let the wonder of this chic eco-resort wash over you as you soak up the beauty, majestic culture and paradise beaches of this special island off Mozambique. Kisawa is an innovative concept and the first of its kind. Entrepreneur and creator Nina Flohr’s strong vision has cleverly combined environmental sustainability and ultimate luxury with Mozambican culture and design.

The resort is home to eleven bungalow residences and the Kisawa Residence, arranged in one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations each sitting within its own one-acre plot offering a high level of peace and privacy. Each residence has its own bespoke interior, a private beach, open air-deck, infinity pool, outdoor kitchen, and massage hut. Local artisans have also been commissioned to work on carpentry, textiles, thatched roofs and traditional Mozambican weaving.

Nestled amongst a sanctuary of forest, beach and sand dunes with crystal clear blue waters, in the Bazaruto Archipelago, the neighbouring National Marine Park is home to some of the richest and least explored subtropical ecosystems in the Indian Ocean. The resort offers an array of diving and snorkelling excursions, as well as a plethora of other land and water activities to enjoy making the most of this unique location, with a water sports centre, gym and yoga and meditation pavilion. The standalone spa offers a refuge to indulge in relaxation specialising in traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic treatments, including massage and detox retreats. A program of family friendly activities is also available including open ocean safaris and pizza making classes.

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Benguerra Island, Bazaruto and the south coast, Mozambique

Located on the southern tip of Benguerra Island in Mozambique in the Bazaruto Archipelago. Benguerra Island is situated 14 kilometres off Mozambique, on the Eastern coast of Africa.

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