Self catering accommodation in Guinjata bay - Inhambane province - Mozambique.
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Safety at the resort and on the Mozambican road

The resort being situated in a quiet and tranquil environment with a population of friendly people in the neighbouring area enables us to offer you a safe holiday. Our crime rate is almost nonexistent. Our units are equipped with alarm systems and small safes to ensure the safety of your valuables like money, cameras, cell phones and jewellery. Guards bearing two-way radios are present 24 hours.

Safe drinking water

The tap water of the resort is safe to drink and it comes from our own borehole. It is advisable to take bottle water with you during your trip here.

Safety on the road

The road via Nelspruit and Maputo is a good and safe road to travel. Improvements to the road surface are constantly in process. Except for the last 18 km being dirt road, the whole route is tarred road. Always wear safety belts and do not exceed the speed limits of 100km/h on the open road, and 60 km/h in built-up areas. Speed traps are present especially in the cities and small towns. Traffic Police normally donít hassle tourists, but will stop and fine you if traffic regulations are ignored. Keep vehicle papers and drivers licence at hand for inspection.

Stop over half way

Take your time and make the trip part of your holiday. Fully catered overnight facilities are available. Popular facilities are: Blue Anchor and Casa Lisa which are both located 45km north of Maputo and Honey Pot located approximately 185km from Maputo, near Xai-xai. We can assist you with bookings for these if so required.

To take with you

Make sure that you have in your vehicle:
  • Vehicle documentation received at the border and vehicle registration papers.
  • Drivers licence and Passport.
  • Two triangles plus a reflector vest for night time emergencies (Police do enquire about this)
  • Important: If a boat or trailer is towed, a blue and yellow triangle sticker (available at most outdoor and 4x4 accessory outlets in S. Africa) must be stuck onto the front of your car and on the rear of the trailer.
  • The standard vehicle emergency equipment including a tyre pressure gauge.
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