Step back in time into the historical UNESCO World Heritage Site known as Ilha de Moçambique (Mozambique Island). A small coral island located in Mossuril Bay, 4 km off the coast of Mozambique, it is a mere 3 km long and less than 500m wide, and it is connected to the mainland by a bridge. Full of charm this island holds culture and history at its forefront. Finish off your holiday lounging by the beach or participating in one of the many activities on offer. Located on the shores of the warm and azure Indian Ocean in northern Mozambique, lies the remotely, but specifically chosen Nuarro Lodge. Backed by the wild Mozambican bush, fringed with old and established baobab trees to the back; and fronted by the calm and aquamarine bay of Nanatha, the lodge is peppered along a more than 2km-long, powdery-white beach in the middle. Famed for its diving – this is a must stop whether you partake in the sport or not.