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White Pearl Resorts, Ponta Mamoli, offers the ultimate in beach luxury in Africa. Experience elegant simplicity at this exclusive beach resort set in the dunes of the untouched shores of southern Mozambique. On a magnificent stretch of coastline, tucked behind Casuarina trees, experience a place so beautiful and so pure, quite unlike any other in all of Mozambique.
Experience Luxury Mozambique – Stay in one of the 15 exquisite pool suites. All suites are ocean-facing with panoramic ocean views, private plunge pool, private deck and outdoor shower.
White Pearl Resorts, Ponta Mamoli is situated on the south east coast of Mozambique. With its sublime ocean frontage of more than 2km, pristine beach and surrounded by untouched tracts of bush, discover a place so exhilarating, a welcome so warm and an experience so pure, it promises to be unlike any other in all of Mozambique.
Warmed by the Indian Ocean current moving south from the equator, the country’s clear waters and subtropical climate provide travellers with an enticing beachside escape. White Pearl Resorts, Ponta Mamoli is surrounded by natural beauty, from the Indian Ocean to the east to the Maputo Elephant Reserve to the west. It is nestled in a cool, sheltered bay on Mozambique’s Lagoon Coast about 100km south of the country’s stately capital city, Maputo, and 25km north of the Kosi Bay/South Africa border.
Set amongst the dunes overlooking the sparkling Indian Ocean, Ponta Mamoli is an idyllic beach paradise.
A number of rare and varied ecosystems can be found in the area, namely; magnificent unspoilt expanses of beach, endemic rich woody grasslands, dry savannas, swamp forests, fresh water coastal lakes and floodplains characterised by expanses of reed beds, bulrushes and papyrus.
Ponta Mamoli – previously voted as one of the top 10 beaches in Africa, is definitely the place to visit.
Note the months that the whales and turtles can be sighted at the resort ie. Humpback whales ( July to November) and Endangered Leatherback and Loggerhead turtles (November to February).