Indigo Bay is an exquisite Mozambique island resort and spa, situated on the idyllic and pristine Bazaruto Island, making it perfect for vacations in Mozambique. It offers visitors the quintessential Indian Ocean island holiday, as well as a gateway to the unspoilt beauty of the Bazaruto Archipelago.
The luxury is understated, yet elegant and the emphasis is on making the most of the superb location on the golden shores of Bazaruto Island. All chalets and the main living areas are constructed of natural materials like reed, thatch and wood so as to blend harmoniously with the perfect surroundings.
Bazaruto Island is one of 5 principal islands in the Bazaruto Archipelago, which lies just 30km off the coast of Vilanculos in the Inhambane Province. It is the largest of all the islands, approximately 37 km long and up to 7km wide. Bazaruto Island in Mozambique is the furthest away of all the islands in the archipelago, but despite its remote location, it has a history that goes way back.
The island is one of Africa's premier scuba diving destinations. There are a number of incredible reef dive sites around this exquisite island resort in Mozambique. Divers are able to see over 100 species of hard and soft corals, hundreds of tropical fish species, 3 different kinds of dolphins, 2 whale species, various sharks, all 5 marine sea turtle species and the largest population of the rare Dugong (sea cow).
Sanctuary Spa at Indigo Bay
Sanctuary Spa at Indigo Bay is a haven where one can relax and indulge in a range of spa treatments. The spa is 1300 sqm and consists of two dry treatment rooms, a wet treatment room and a double treatment room for couples. It also boasts a hydrotherapy pool, changing rooms (with a steam room), Rasul chamber and much more. Spa treatments include milk baths, body wraps and brushes, reflexology, Swedish massages and facials. Only the finest products are used including Moya, a South African produced fynbos body range. Guests can de-stress while experiencing 360 degree views of the Indian Oceanís indigo coloured waters.