Welcome To Morrungulo Beach LodgeMorrungulo, a long-established holiday resort (originally started in the late 1960′s), is located in a prime setting and on a stunning stretch of unspoiled coastline. It is a safe swimming beach. We are one of the very few lodges that is right ON the beach and not behind dunes or a distance away from the sea like many other camps. Set within a huge grove of coconut trees it provides lawned and well shaded camp sites and chalet facilities – step straight onto beautiful white squeaky clean sand and paddle out into the crystal clear ocean. This has been voted as one of the best beaches in the Inhambane area. If you are dreaming of a Robinson Crusoe type getaway this is the place to be with beautiful sea views, balmy evenings and romantic moon rises.
Activities At Morrungulo
- Deep Sea and Surf Fishing
- Scuba Diving
- Beach volleyball
- Beach and bush walks
- 9 hole PUTT PUTT course – great to keep the kids busy .
An abundant variety of bird life thrives in this rich tropical habitat -the rare Green Tinkerbird has just been discovered in our area - visit www.rarebirds.co.za for more information – you can also see the collared palm thrush, green coucal, European crab plover, malachite kingfisher, hammerkop, fish eagles, paradise flycatcher, redfaced mousebirds to name a few.
You can sit with a sundowner whilst gazing out onto azure blue waters, or take a lazy stroll down the beach and pick up shells. Kids can splash in the lovely shallow pools at low tide or dad can surf fish. There are lovely spots to have a picnic. This area has some of the finest diving spots with fascinating vibrant corals and other marine life, and leatherback turtles are often seen in waters close to the lodge. You can occasionally spot a dugong. The humpback whales visit from June-November – and seen about 200 m from the shore line. Mocambique generally enjoys year round warm weather. The hottest time of the year is November – March and this tends to bring rain. The winter months (May-July) are still warm during the day but generally cooler in the evenings.