Where is Medjumbe Private Island, Quirimbas Archipelago
Medjumbe Island is an unexplored gem along the Quirimbas Archipelago. There is so much to see and experience; you will never forget a stay here.
Medjumbe is an unspoilt, unexplored island paradise situated on a tiny Island in the Quirimbas Archipelago in Mozambique. The lodge is designed to a have minimal impact on the Island and its eco system.
The magnificent Quirimbas Archipelago in Cabo Delgado Province, Northern Mozambique, is a captivating chain of 36 islands waiting to be discovered by you.
These idyllic islands stretch from the quaint city of Pemba in the south to the town of Palma in the north. Some of the charming islands in the south include a vast expanse of enchanted forest in the Quirimbas National Park.
The park was established in 2002 as an answer to the local community’s need to nurture and sustain their precious natural environment. Beautiful creatures like sea turtles, dugong, dolphins and whalesharks use the park as their feeding and nesting ground.
The impressive marine area of Quirimbas National Park in Mozambique stretches over 11 coral islands for 100 kilometres (60 miles). These islands feature phenomenal vertical drop-offs, some up to 400 meters.
These walls are abundant with coral covered caves and tropical fish ranging from gobies to mammoth Napoleon Wrasse and game fish including Kingfish and Spanish Mackerel.
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