Medjumbe Private Island

Medjumbe Private Island: Information from the owner

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Type Resort
No. of rooms 12
Last updated 7-Aug-2014

Main description of Medjumbe Private Island

Medjumbe Private Island: Facilities

Property facilities Spa
Room facilities Air Conditioning, En-Suite, Mini Bar, Outside Shower, Private Pool / Jacuzzi, Safe, Satellite Television, Tea / Coffee, Verandah
Available services Airport Shuttles, Laundry Service
Activities on site (some activities may be seasonal) Catch-and-release Fishing, Kayaking, Massages, Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Water Skiing

Room types at Medjumbe Private Island

Beach Villa

Beach Villa

All Beach Villas are beautifully furnished and with en-suite bathrooms fitted with indoor shower and separate bath as well as a private outdoor shower and plunge pool. All Beach Villas are equipped with air conditioning, outdoor sun deck and lounge area with hammock, ceiling fans, hair dryer, mini bar, personal electronic safe, satellite TV and the convenience of tea-/coffee-making facilities.

Activities at Medjumbe Private Island

Fishing

Fishing

The Quirimbas Archipelago offers some of the most spectacular fishing in the world. Unspoilt and largely unexplored, the Indian Ocean here with its deep Mozambique Channel harbours some of the most exciting game fish to catch – species such as Kingfish, Queenfish, Barracuda, Dorado, Sierra, Wahoo, Sailfish and Yellowfin Tuna.

Around the Quirimbas, deep water is accessed close to the islands, which means guests do not have to travel far for possible thrilling encounters with big game fish. The island’s fishing boat, N’Jovo is a Gulf Craft 31’ Dolphin Super Deluxe, which has been especially adapted with an extended T-Top to shield guests from the tropical sun. Rani Resorts operate a tag and release policy and support the Durban Oceanographic Research Institute’s tagging programme.

Scuba diving

Scuba diving

The tropical waters around Medjumbe are one of Mozambique’s best-kept secrets. Here, in clear waters that reach more than 30°C in summer and rarely less than 25°C in winter, you will discover a marine ecosystem that is absolutely pristine. As a result, Medjumbe offers some of the finest diving in the world with unexplored coral reefs and an astounding diversity of marine species. A dazzling array of fish from Moray Eels and Stingrays to Barracuda, Kingfish and other pelagic gamefish can be seen whilst diving here, and dolphins are commonly sighted. Leatherback, Loggerhead and Green Turtles are often seen in the water, coming ashore to lay their eggs on the sandy island beaches – often right in front of the beach chalets. Humpback Whales also frequent the island waters between August and October.