Azulik luxury eco-lodge is located in a unique, untouched natural wonder where you can take in the breathtaking blue skies, and transparent-turquoise ocean, complimented by a backdrop of beautiful vegetation featuring some of Africa’s rarest fauna and flora species.

Boasting a bush and beach experience, the solar-powered lodge is perched on a very unique ridge called “World’s View”. This is the most northerly point of the San Sebastian Peninsula within the boundaries of the Vilanculos Coastal Wildlife Sanctuary. From this isolated vantage point, around 60m above the high-water mark, you can enjoy one of the best views in Mozambique. Ever-changing turquoise seas, with emerging sandbanks, crisscrossed with local dhows, form the backdrop to this unspoiled luxury retreat.

Azulik Lodge offers contemporary designed tented lodgings with original charming Mozambican architecture. Four bungalows are available, each accommodating two adults, however, there are additional lodgings for groups with children of up to 16 people.

Queen with en-suite bathroom with an outdoor shower. Luxury semi-rigid thatched tents. Ocean-facing private viewing platform, with a hammock.

Ensuite bathrooms
Outside Bath Experience
Queen-size bed
Ocean views
Private deck Mosquito net
Tea and coffee facilities
Mineral water
Mosquito repellent
Bathroom amenities

All meals and house beverages Lounge & Bar
Outdoor pool
Boma/fire pit
Starlink Wi-Fi in the main building & pool area

Food & Drink
Butler host
Onsite vegetable garden
Beach picnics
Bush dinners
Packed island lunches

SCUBA diving
Stand Up Paddle
4 x 4 game viewing
Island day trips
Dhow excursion
Helicopter trips

Fishing village trips

Pax Rack Rate Per Person Per Night (Min 3 night stay)
Min 2 Pax US$ 450.00
3-5 Pax US$ 375.00
6 and above US$ 350.00
Children under 16 US$ 280.00

Special offers:

  1.  Honeymoon special: Min 5 night stay, and bride pays half price (This offer cannot be combined with any other special offer)*
  2. Long stay special: Stay 5 nights and only pay 4, or stay 10 nights and only pay 8.** Not valid during December 15-January 10 period as well as during Easter holidays.

All Rates Include:

Accommodation, all meals, teas and coffees, local drinks (house wines, local brand spirits, beers and soft drinks) bush walks, wifi & laundry service, picnics, private dinners, snorkelling gear & SUPs.

A daily house cocktail, game drives as well as exclusive Use of the lodge with Ventura and his amazing team of staff.

Child policy:

Azulik is best suited for children age 12 years and older. Please contact us for younger children.

Transfer Rates:

Boat Transfers – Seating up to 8 pax @ $ 450 per boat each way from Vilanculos Marina

Helicopter Transfers – per person @ $ 250.00 each way From Vilanculos Airport

Booking Terms & Payment policy:

A reservation is confirmed upon receipt of a 50% deposit. The remaining 50% is due 30 days prior to arrival.

All rates are quoted in US$

Rates are based on a pp per night basis and the guests will have exclusive use of the lodge.

Cancellation policy:

A full refund will be provided if the trip is cancelled 30 Days prior to travel. No refunds for cancellations within the 30 day period.

Dietary requirements:

All special dietary requirements can be catered for. These special requirements need to be specified prior to arrival to assist in ordering provisions and menu preparation.

Payment Details:

Bank Details to be sent up confirmation of Reservation.


  • Do I need a visa to travel to Mozambique?

    There is visa-free entry into Mozambique for citizens of the following countries:

    • Angola
    • Botswana
    • Eswatini
    • Malawi
    • Mauritius
    • South Africa
    • Tanzania
    • Zambia
    • Zimbabwe


    Visa-free entry into Mozambique for citizens of the following new countries added to the nation’s visa waiver list officially came into effect on 1 May 2023, after the recent signing of a Ministerial decree approving the additions:

    • Belgium
    • Canada
    • China
    • Denmark
    • Finland
    • France
    • Germany
    • Ghana
    • Indonesia
    • Ireland
    • Israel
    • Italy
    • Ivory Coast
    • Japan
    • Netherlands
    • Norway
    • Portugal
    • Russia
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Senegal
    • Singapore
    • South Korea
    • Spain
    • Sweden
    • Switzerland
    • Ukraine
    • United Arab Emirates
    • United Kingdom
    • United States of America


    The exemption allows citizens of the included countries to enter the country for a period of 30 days, eligible for an extension of another 30 days. Citizens covered by the exemption are still required to register on the country’s eVisa site at least 48 hours prior to departure at a cost of MZN650 (US$10).

    Citizens of all other countries, please visit the following page https://evisa.gov.mz/ to apply for your visa before travel (advised).

    Alternatively, visas can be purchased on arrival at customs (Quelimane, Beira, Vilanculos, Pemba or Maputo)

    Visas cost US$50 per person (please note that cash is preferred as card facilities are not always working)

  • How long are tourist visas valid for?

    The tourist visa is valid for 30 days. Border visas allow dual entry within a 30-day period. For instance, visitors who have travelled to Eswatini and South Africa have found that the visa was valid for two entries if still within its 30-day validity.

  • What documents do I need to travel to Mozambique?

    All visitors are required to hold a valid passport for entry into Mozambique, and visitors from some countries require a visa (see above).

    Your current passport must be valid for 6 months minimum, from your date of entry into Mozambique. Your current passport must also contain a minimum of 3 blank pages (or more). These blank pages are to allow space for the visa as well as the stamps to the passport pages to allow you to travel cross border, in and out of Mozambique.

  • WiFi

    There is Starlink WiFi in the main building and pool area.

  • Malaria

    We are in a low-risk area, however, we recommend you speak to your GP to organise a malaria prescription before you leave, and bring enough of the medication with you for the length of your trip. Note: local clinics have testing facilities and medication, should you contract malaria.

  • What to pack

    Reef-friendly sunscreen, hat, insect repellent, swimwear, sunglasses, and a camera. You will need a water bottle, should you wish to take a long walk on the beach or through the dune forest. Reef-friendly sunscreen is available to purchase at all our villas. Biodegradable and high-quality bathroom amenities are available for your use and we encourage guests to use these if your own products are not eco-friendly.

  • Travel Insurance


  • How safe is Mozambique for tourists?

    The South of Mozambique, where our villa is located, is close enough to civilization, but remote enough to enjoy true tranquillity and peace. Machangulo Peninsula is very safe and has a small local community with a very low crime rate. Like most places, we do encourage guests not to leave valuables lying around.

  • What is the best time of the year to visit Mozambique?

    With its tropical climate, Mozambique is the perfect all-year destination. April to December is our dry season, with tropical weather, clear skies, lots of sun, and rarely any rain. The rainy season is from January to the end of March, though these months are best for observing turtle hatching. June to October are ideal months for whale watching with the migrating humpback and southern right whales passing by, yet it is still mild in temperature. October overlaps with turtle nesting season, which spans through to December.

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