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Remote island escapes off the Mozambique coast

1/5 Picturesque islands off Mozambique's northern coastline
© Vamizi Picturesque islands off Mozambique's northern coastline
2/5 The lodges here are small, low-key and tasteful
© Vamizi The lodges here are small, low-key and tasteful
3/5 Fresh, quiet and remote - you can't help but relax
© Vamizi Fresh, quiet and remote - you can't help but relax
4/5 Impossible blues, from horizon to horizon. Dhows are still the traditional fishing vessels.
© Vamizi Impossible blues, from horizon to horizon.  Dhows are still the traditional fishing vessels.
5/5 Some of the best snorkelling and diving on the African coast.
© Vamizi Some of the best snorkelling and diving on the African coast.

A beach holiday on remote islands in the Quirimbas Archipelago off northern Mozambique. Perfect beaches and bountiful marine life, and small beach lodges.

Now this is your paradise-island-like-you-see-on-the-brochure...only it's real. Remote, elegantly simple and truly lovely.

Every now and then, there is the opportunity to drop off the map and find yourself in the almost photo-shopped perfection of a desert island in a turquoise sea.  The Quirimbas and Bazaruto archipelagos off the coast of Mozambique provide just such a treat.  A scattering of coral atolls, pure white sand spits curving along rich reefs, bright fish and gentle warm waves.  There are no big resorts, just small lodges where you can discard your watch, spend the day barefoot in a pair of shorts and little else, and let the natural cycle of sunshine and starlight dictate your activities.  Some of these islands require a little bit of effort to get to...but then again, the best things often do.

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