The natural ecosystem is evident in every step of your stay. From sunrise to sunset, your personal beachfront, and the clarity of the stars. Enjoy wilderness from the deck of your Residence or venture further afield to explore all the Bazaruto archipelago has to offer.
Diving at Kisawa
Kisawa offers different levels of PADI certified private and group diving experiences that range from bare skin snorkelling with turtles and reef fish to deep sea diving with black, blue and striped marlin, sail fish, yellowfin tuna, bull and tiger sharks and manta rays.
Experience diving expeditions in cave systems, seamounts, pinnacles or simply explore the open ocean reef, enjoying the plentiful sea life.
SUP outside your room or practice paddle board yoga
Snorkel on one of the three Kisawa house reefs
Kayak the cove side of the property on sunrise
Kid's PADI bubble maker course in your private pool
Hike with our nature guide to discover 150+ bird species
Climb the red dune for sunrise across the Indian ocean
Visit our permaculture garden and pick your own lunch
Canoe through a thriving mangrove ecosystem
Spot dugongs and dolphins from the Kisawa boat
Help tag marlin & sharks with the BCSS scientists
Visit Crocodile Lake and breakfast with the reptiles
Boat to Flamingo Beach to observe the pink beauties
Catch the breeze on Kisawa’s purpose built dhow for a trip along the cove at sunset.
For those with a valid driving license, these electric Mini Mokes are the perfect way to get around the expanse of the sanctuary. Throw a few towels in the back, and explore some of the best beaches in the world.
Visit neighbouring islands and beaches that include:
Bazaruto South Beach
San Sebastián Peninsula
Visit our Gift shop to source daily necessities (sunscreen and bathing suits) and discover Bengurrean made baskets from our weaving workshop.
Join guided snorkelling on the three Kisawa reefs, Magarruque Island, 2-Mile, 5-Mile and 6-Mile Reefs. Our open ocean snorkelling allows for chance encounters with sea turtles and whales.
Our in-house dune. Enjoy drinks served by the Kisawa team, overlooking the sanctuary, Benguerra Island and the Indian Ocean.
Catch the Kisawa boat to Bazaruto Island and observe one of the 200 dugongs left in the area. Learn about this special creature and their local habitat.
Or spot one of our three resident dolphins: common, spinner and humpback.
Make your own Pizza. Reserve our beloved mobile Pizza Tuk Tuk and make your own speciality with our dedicated chef in the comfort of your own Residence.
We invite shell hunters of all ages to join our beach team and collect rare shells (or even manta ray teeth). Just remember to leave some for the marine life!
Camp at ‘Ponta Mutsita’ located on the Kisawa beach dune in our beautiful Australian bell tents. Enjoy an open fire and lantern lit evening under the stars, and be greeted by breakfast on sunrise.
Hike with the Kisawa nature guide to discover the 150+ local bird species and gazelles of Benguerra Island and Kisawa Sanctuary. Cameras are encouraged and binoculars can be borrowed from the Kisawa leisure team.
Fish sustainably with the scientists at BCSS by tagging migratory fish and sharks for research and monitoring purposes.
In honour of the beauty of the Mozambican moon, choose from a variety of barbecue menus and dine onshore under starlight.
Explore the archipelago by air and observe marine wildlife at play and the untouched ecosystems of this protected marine park.
Experience the lushness of our in-house fruit and vegetable garden, learn about permaculture and traditional farming methods and help pick your own lunch with the gardening team.
Visit Flamingo Beach between November and March to watch these special creatures feed and flock just north of Benguerra Island.
Take a ramble, or drive up through the island towards Crocodile Lake to discover the elusive family living there for the past 50 years.