Northern Mozambique was left devasted when it was hit by Cyclone Kenneth, impacting the mainland and the Quirimbas Archipelago. Anantara Medjumbe Island Resort has fully recovered from the cyclone and promises an adults-only exclusivity on a tiny private island in the remote Quirimbas Archipelago.  The resort’s untouched exotic beauty is matched by the privacy, with just 12 Beach Pool Villas. This destination for couples and honeymooners is enriched by the all-inclusive benefits of the Discovery Experience package, which includes accommodation, daily breakfast, lunch and dinner with free-flow beverages, a host of non-motorised water sport activities and an in-room mini bar.

Culinary experiences are tailored to guests’ liking at the Jahazi Restaurant and they can create their own breakfast from international and island flavours. Casual lunches and dinners present gourmet Mozambican seafood and western dishes in the chef’s signature three-course set menus, which vary daily. For a change of scene, signature mocktails and cocktails at the Bahari Lounge Bar come with views of the Quirimbas.

Dining by Design customises romance, with a personal chef crafting the ideal menu, savoured in villa privacy or on a quiet stretch of beach, at sunset or under the stars.

“Anantara Medjumbe is truly a dream like getaway for romantics on a remote African island paradise.  This incredible destination for couples and honeymooners is enriched by the all-inclusive benefits of the Discovery Experience package, which includes accommodation, daily breakfast, lunch and dinner with free flow beverages, a host of non-motorised water sport activities and an in-room mini bar,” says Mark Havercroft, Minor Hotels Regional Director, Africa.

For more information contact cro.jnb@minorhotels.com 

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