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About Morrungulo

The resort caters for families, individuals, deep sea and surf fishermen, surfers, scuba divers and snorkelers, or spend your days just relaxing and soaking up the sun on palm-fringed beach. The camp rests under swaying coconut palms on the shores of the tropical Indian Ocean. It has fresh drinking water and good security.Campers have the use of clean, tiled ablution facilities with gas geyser showers and flushing toilets.

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Many people bring their kayaks, as well as kites and skim boards to use on the flat, wide beaches. There are good waves at high tide so bring your body boards too. We have a Kayak and a stand up paddle board for hire as well as body boards.

An abundant variety of bird life thrives in this rich tropical habitat and the rare Green Tinkerbird has just been discovered in our area – visit 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.

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You can sit with a sundowner whilst gazing out onto azure blue waters, or take a long 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 are seen regularly about 200 m from the shore line.

Mocambique generally enjoys year round warm, sunny weather. The hottest time of the year is November – March and this tends to bring rain. It can also be humid and temperatures are around 3o degrees C and upwards.

The winter months (May-July) are still warm during the day but generally cooler in the evenings. Winter is very pleasant and a light tracksuit top may be required in the evenings. Sea temperatures vary between 22 degrees C  in winter to 29 in summer.

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