White Pearl Resorts - Ponta Mamoli is situated on the south east coast of Mozambique, 100km south of the Mozambican capital, Maputo, and 25km north of the Kosi Bay/South Africa border
Explore the natural bush surrounding White Pearl Resorts, Ponta Mamoli on horseback. Gallop along a bush trail and enjoy spectacular views of the ocean from high-up vantage points.
All rides are professionally managed to ensure an enjoyable experience for all ages and levels of experience.
The Mozambican coastline, with its expanse of white beaches and rocky coves, is a prime sea kayaking spot. Spend hours paddling around and exploring the bay. One man sea kayaks are available from the Dive Centre and tutoring is available on request.
Guests must be over 16 years of age.
White Pearl Resorts, Ponta Mamoli offers an exclusive scuba diving experience on protected, world-renowned reefs. experienced dive instructors will show you brightly coloured underwater corals and an array of brilliantly marked fish launching directly from the beach at the resort. With its clear waters and accessible reefs, this is the ideal dive destination for both beginners and specialised divers. PADI Resort courses are also available and diving equipment can be hired from the Dive Centre.
SEE THE TURTLES
White Pearl Resorts, Ponta Mamoli is home to one of the richest turtle nesting sites in southern Mozambique. Between November and February each year, Loggerhead and Leatherback Turtles head to this stretch of coast to lay their eggs.
In partnership with the Southern Mozambique Marine Turtle Nesting Monitoring, Tagging and Conservation Programme, the resort works to monitor and protect these majestic and docile creatures. Viewing of the nesting site can be arranged with the resort manager.
SNORKELLING AND SWIMMING WITH DOLPHINS
Discover spectacular underwater displays of colourful corals and lively fish as you float in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean.
Enjoy a snorkelling trip to a nearby reef and while you explore crew will be on the lookout for pods of Bottlenose Dolphins which regularly glide through these waters. Interaction with the dolphins is strictly monitored and controlled in line with conservation guidelines.
WALKING ALONG IDYLIC BEACHES
Surrounded by soothing sounds and calming scents, experience a variety of in-room massage treatments. Feel all tension evaporate with a massage designed to ease your muscles and relax body and mind.
White Pearl has a wonderful ocean frontage of more than 2km, a pristine beach and is surrounded by untouched tracts of bush.
Warmed by the Indian Ocean current moving south from the equator, the country’s clear waters and subtropical climate provide travellers with an enticing beachside escape.
Set amongst the dunes on timber stilts the 22 luxurious private pool suites have been sensitively designed to take advantage of their stunning natural setting, while protecting the fragile eco-systems beneath them.
Each suite is air-conditioned and is furnished elegantly and informaly, with the interior spaces blending seamlessly into the outdoors.
The suites all have an outdoor covered deck, private plunge pool and a refreshing outdoor shower. The stylish bathtub in the luxurious bathrooms have wonderful views out to the ocean.
Inspired by the rich coastal biodiversity of the area and beautiful Indian Ocean reefs, the guest areas offer laid-back beachside chic and include a chic restaurant, lounge, bar and large rim-flow swimming pool.
There’s nothing like the thrill of deep sea fishing off the Mozambican coast. The boat is equipped with light and heavy tackle for game fishing as well as a GPS and Fish Finder.
Depending on the season, guests frequently encounter Sailfish, King Mackerel, Dorado, King Fish and a variety of Tuna. There is a practice a catch-and-release policy on all fishing adventures and you will have the opportunity of spotting other marine animals, such as sharks, whales and dolphins in their natural habitat. Guests need to bring own fishing equipment.
It is nestled in a cool, sheltered bay on Mozambique's Lagoon Coast about 100km south of the country’s stately capital city, Maputo, and 25km north of the Kosi Bay/South Africa border.