Coral Lodge 15.41
Dhow ride at Coral Lodge 15.41 Villa room at Coral Lodge 15.41
Dhow ride at Coral Lodge 15.41
Villa room at Coral Lodge 15.41

Coral Lodge 15.41

Immerse yourself in the rapture of untouched beaches and the allure of local culture Coral Lodge 15.41 combines one of Mozambique’s most stunning beach locations with the country’s rich culture and trade history. Situated on a spectacular peninsula within an unspoilt nature reserve and only minutes from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ilha de Moçambique, Coral Lodge is a unique blend of contemporary design combined with the utmost respect for the rare and unique surroundings.




Because of its unique location, Coral Lodge 15.41 has a huge variety of activities on offer. You can simply enjoy the resort, the beach and the water sports or satisfy your curiosity of Mozambique’s rich history and the culture of the Macua people. Coral Lodge 15.41 is only 10 minutes away from llha de Moçambique, which is the only UNESCO World Heritage site in Mozambique.

Need to Know

The exact coordinates for Coral Lodge 15.41 is part of our name, i.e. 15 degrees south latitude and 41 degrees east longitude. The lodge is located in the north of Mozambique in an area called Veranda. Veranda lies at the tip of a peninsula and is only a short distance from Ilha de Moçambique (Mozambique Island), the former capital of Mozambique. After the civil war ended in 1992, Mozambique has enjoyed a stable political climate and a growing economy. Tourism is fast becoming one of the country’s key resources, but the area around Coral Lodge 15.41 is still largely untouched. The sometimes rugged but unspoiled terrain and friendliness of the local people are a testament to this. Visiting Coral Lodge 15.41 is visiting a 5 star beach resort at the place where Mozambique is founded. This makes up for the right combination of learning about the culture and history of Mozambique and relaxing in it’s beautiful nature.

Local ActivitiesLocal Activities

Ilha de Moçambique A visit to Ilha de Moçambique can’t be missed during your stay at Coral Lodge 15.41. This former capital of Mozambique, built by the Portuguese, still looks like it did three hundred years ago. From the Lodge you look out on the San Sebastiao Fort (1558 AD) at the north point of the island. This fort and many other colonial buildings are remnants of a bygone era, but they still preserve that history. Explore the city at your own pace or let our local guide show you every special corner and tell you about its controversial history. Macua people If you want to learn all about the Macua people of northern Mozambique, we can take you to the three closest communities; Cabaceira Pequena, Cabaceira Grande and Chocas. Most of our staff come from Cabaceira Pequena, where you can visit one of their houses, the well of Vasco da Gama and the graves and ruins of the Arab community that was founded in the 12th century. If you dare you can try the specialty dish of Cabaceira Pequena. African cooking Join our chef on his visit to the local market and learn to cook his favorite Mozambican dishes back at the lodge.


To make you feel at home in our lodge your room steward can provide you with all the amenities and service you require to get that real home-away-from-home feeling. Facilities & Services In-room amenities: Air Conditioning (above your bed) Electronic safe Coffee & tea making facilities Two complimentary bottles of drinking water daily. Extra water bottles are in the private bar A fully-stocked private bar Hairdryer Outdoor shower In room extras The following extra in room amenities are available: Laptop with local internet access and movies to play in your room Sim card and credit to put in your mobile phone and to call from your room in and outside Mozambique Mosquito repellent Sunscreen Massage oil Aloe after sun cream Shower cap, dental kit and shaving kit Mozambican Indian Ocean salt bath, lavender scented Books or games from our library iPod docking station


This beach sanctuary comprises of just 10 luxury villas which tastefully blends luxury and comfort with the authentic feel of Mozambique style and simplicity. The design skilfully uses an elegant mix of wood and textiles to ensure the lodge blends in with its surroundings whilst incorporating the vivid colours of the area. Food & Wine We aim to make your stay a culinary journey through the best ingredients Mozambique has to offer. Our dishes are heavily influenced by the fresh local fish and the best local ingredients we can obtain. Our chef uses these ingredients to create a unique daily menu which is infused with the original flavours of Mozambique and influences from Portugal and other international cuisine. You can choose from a number of great wines from South Africa to compliment your meal. Breakfast We serve an á la carte breakfast menu from 07.00 hours to 11.00 hours. This can be served in the seclusion of your veranda or at The Reef restaurant. Lunch We serve our daily-changing lunch menu from 12.00 hours to 15.00 hours. This two course meal consists of a main platter and a mouth-watering dessert. Dinner After setting your table at the location of your choice, your room steward will serve you a three course menu.

Average StayAverage Stay

2 nights

Children PolicyChild Policy

Under the age of 12: on request 12 - 18 years pay 50% of the rack rate, sharing with 2 adults

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To find out more call us on +44 (0)1865 982290 or email us at enquiries at

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