The Nuarro Lodge overlooks the Nanatha Bay in Mozambique, Southern Africa. The magnificent Nanatha Bay naturally ends at a point known as Nuarro.
This point has been formed from ancient coral rock that has eroded over time. A special reception area positioned at the top of a dune overlooking the Bay welcomes guests.
From here, bush-lined walkways lead visitors to their chalets, all of which are sea-facing. The lodge offers 12 of these sea-facing cottages, along with a restaurant, a beach bar and an activity club that provides a variety of sports for guests to enjoy.
Local people from natural indigenous materials constructed the sea-facing Nuarro Lodge chalets. The cottages are situated on the dunes and are enveloped in the bush, ensuring complete privacy.
The Activity Center at Nuarro offers an extensive array of activities for guests to enjoy, as well as a comfortable sitting area with books and magazines.
Cabin features include: