The Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania
Azura Selous Game reserve is located right on the Great Ruaha River in the Selous in the country of Tanzania. Being located on the river there is constant activity for guests to see from rooms and front of house. Our location is exclusive as there is only one other camp in the area, the roads we traverse feel like our own, and our space in the Selous feels like a private concession. Our road network encompasses a wide variety of different topography to maximise game viewing variety, as there are no big main roads in our area. Our location provides a wonderful game viewing experience in all seasons. We are also generally able to traverse our roads in all conditions, including June, October and November when the lakes area struggles due to roads being made on black cotton soil.
Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique
Mozambique beckons with its coastline and swaying palms, its traditions, its cultures, its vibe and its opportunities for adventure. This unknown southeast African country is well off most travellers' maps, but it has much to offer those decide to visit here. Offering the unspoilt island of Benguerra, the second largest island of five that make up the Bazaruto Archipelago. It is approximately 11km x 5.5 km and lies some 14 km north east of Vilanculos. It is famous for its unspoiled white beaches that extend for miles, remarkable dive sites and excellent fishing.
Quirimbas Archipelago, Mozambique
Quilalea Private Island is an uninhabited island paradise, 30 nautical miles north of Pemba, and one of the few properties in the Archipelago to lie within a fully protected marine reserve, ensuring well-preserved corals and an abundance of marine life. Apart from Azura Quilalea staff and guests, the island is completely uninhabited. Covered in indigenous vegetation, with statuesque old baobab groves, stunning flora and fauna, and four large sandy beaches, this is a real nature lover's paradise. It's just as amazing below the sea, with snorkeling and a spectacular house reef for diving just a short fin kick away from the main beach.