Fim do Mundo Safaris

Bay Diving, Nacala Fim do Mundo, Mogincual

Fim do Mundo is not just another beach resort. The name means 'End of the World" and it describes our concept of living.

Bay Diving, Ncala

Northern Mozambique is largely unexplored by travelers and the land retains a sense of dignity, unspoiled by flashy tourist ventures.

Restuarant & PoolKingfishA-Frame Accommodation

Bay Diving is our base in the huge bay of Nacala. Open year round, this oasis hosts the best restaurant in the north, complemented by a variety of accommodation options from wooden A-frames through to camping.

Private instruction at our dive school ensures student comfort - we have graduates who had previously been afraid to bath!

Giant Sunfish

Dive sites are all within a casual 30 minute boat ride with endless expanses of untouched coral and reefs suitable for novice to experienced divers. From May to June each year two resident sunfish move up from the deep water and August to October sees humpback whales patrolling the bay.

Non divers can spend their days snorkeling, paddling or drinking around the pool, or take a trip to nearby World Heritage Site, Ilha de Mozambique.

Our qualified masseuse will ease away any lingering tension with a full body massage after a session in the steam room.

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If you're looking for a landbased wildlife experience, Fim do Mundo at Mogincual is a 3 1/2 hours drive away.

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