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About Nhambavale Lodge

Welcome to the official website of Nhambavale Lodge, at Chidenguele in Mozambique.

Basking on the tranquil shores of Lake Nhambavale, just 1,2km from the beach, Nhambavale Lodge offers fully serviced and fully catered, airy "Machop" style chalets as well as twelve spacious campsites.

Our restaurant, and bar area is situated on the lake itself, and offers a menu of seafood, special local dishes, traditional favourites and our famous peri-peri chicken.

Whether you fish "rock and surf", elegantly cast flies for the elusive kingfish or take to deeper water in a ski-boat (your own or charter ours) the exciting Chidenguele coast has it all.
For the rock and surf enthusiast, our waters are renowned for kingfish, stumpnose, pompano and bonefish. There are a number of unbelievable deep water ledges to fish off where king mackerel, ignobilis kingfish and giant barracuda are frequently caught.
For deep sea fishing, there is good surf launch at the ebach, and charter boats available.
Flyfishers will find some of the best flyfishing in Mozambique - off our beaches and rock ledges!

Other activities include snorkelling and spearfishing. Watch for whales, swim, bronze on the beach, spot the birds, visit the large swamplands, and see the resident palmnut vulture ...

 

Note!
Casa’s (chalets)
include cereals, tea and coffee in the restaurant.
Camping
each site has a boma, electrical point, basin and tap.

You will need a 4x2 or 4x4 vehicle to get to the Lodge.

Contact us to book now.

If you would rather stay on the lake, we have canoes and kayaks for hire. We have our own beach-volleyball court, on our mini lakeside "beach". The bar area has a variety of board games, books, and darts as well as a TV with satellite to watch the Bokke.
Also for the kids is our variety of animals we have at the lodge, ranging from dogs to pigs and turkeys. We can assure you that not a minute of boredom will go by.
If this isn't enough, why not take a look at the wreck on the beach, or the famous King's Pool.

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