The Quirimbas Archipelago is an area consisting of 32 coral islands stretching from Pemba (the capital of Cabo Delgado Province) to the Rovuma River, which forms the natural frontier between Tanzania and Mozambique.
The Quirimbas Archipelago lies right on the Indian Ocean and it has never been developed and remains an unexplored tourist paradise. The southernmost 11 of these islands and a vast expanse of mainland forest are included in the Quirimbas National Park - a conservation effort to preserve and protect the area. With its convenient position on the sea, it has become home to several fishing settlements making it a fisherman's ultimate getaway destination.
Quirimbas Archipelago is a haven for those keen on water sports. There are plenty opportunities for scuba diving, snorkeliing, deep sea fishing, kite surfing, kayaking and more. With the presence of mangrove swamps, birding trails are ubiquious and you can discover various water birds. For those more into relaxing activites, spas shopping centres and markets as well as restaurants and bars never run shot in the area.
Boasting countless beach lodges, self-catering cabanas, luxury hotels and guest houses, accommodation in Quirimbas Archipelago is the absolute spot from wehre you can enjoy a sun drenched beach hoiday. Quirimbas Archipelago accommodation is known to be widely varied and you can choose from budget to expensive and luxury, allowing to cater for every taveller's preference.