What comes to your mind when I tell you “furthest”? Boring, farm, no network, no social media?
Then you think about it once again, some other words come to mind like silence, relaxation, intimacy and heaven on earth.
To put it in a nutshell, I would say: Anantara Medjumbe island Resort & Spa in Mozambique!
This private island off the Northern Mozambique Coast forms part of the Turquoise-watered archipelago, Quirimbas. To get to this Island, a private charter flight is necessary. The coral reef is stretched out below your eyes during your entire journey.
What a delicious way to start your romantic escape or your honeymoon on the world’s end.
This paradisiacal island, still unknown to the majority, is the “island in the sun”. Indeed, the warmth of the service and this location’s exclusivity brings the added value to this island that it is unlike any other. The staff spoils you, looks after you and is always ready with your favorite drinks when you are lolling beside the pool. Moreover, expert hands on the beachfront provide massages and relaxing therapies, and everyone makes sure that your stay is just perfect.
This individualized and tailor-made service, as well as the 14 bedrooms, completes the feelings of serenity and tranquility.
There, everything is implemented in order to make you feel privileged and experience a radical change in a Robinson Crusoe kind of way. For instance, regarding your papilla, you will be given the opportunity to make a picnic lunch on a neighboring island to feel more alone, if you so wish.
And at the hotel’s restaurant, tasty fish, freshly plucked from the Indian Ocean, are served just-cooked.
Finally, this isolated Island offers an oceanic playground that will amaze all diving and snorkeling amateurs. You will be able to explore the coral reef and discover some secrets of this mysterious place.
Maybe, if you are lucky, you will meet a humpback whale on the road and swim with it! This is, undeniably, one of the most beautiful and charming places in Mozambique and possibly even on earth.
By Florence Neret
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