Find Ulala Lodge on an old coconut farm just 30 minutes outside of Pemba in an area called Murrebue. A fine destination promising long white beaches and endless turquoise seas facing the Quirimbas Archipelago. Revel in exclusive chalets built entirely from bamboo, coconut palms, teak and laterite for sheer comfort. Enjoy fine dining based on fresh produce and fish from local fishermen. Stroll around the freshwater lake behind the dunes to view the pelicans, storks and egrets
Ulala Lodge is an open invitation for those seeking relaxation and tranquility with also the activities for those seeking thrill!
Ulala Lodgeis located on an old coconut farm just 30 minutes outside of Pemba, in an area called Murrebue. It is here in northern Mozambique that visitors will find long white beaches and endless turquoise seas looking into the Quirimbas Archipelago.
Find exclusive Mozambique Accommodation built entirely from bamboo, coconut palms, teak and laterite providing comfort and warmth. Ulala Lodge is a real eco lodge using solar panels to produce hot water and windmills for electricity. All dark waters end up in septic tanks, while grey waters are used for irrigation. The chef sources his fresh produce from the local markets and fresh fish from local fishermen.
Ulala Lodge has its own beach restaurant and bar made from wood and bamboo and serving fresh seafood and refreshingly cold beverages.
Visitors to this unique Mozambique Holiday Resort can choose spacious bungalows on stilts with large rooms, private bathrooms with showers, big beds, fans and outside decks with fantastic ocean views. Families will feel comfortable in the double bungalow with its two rooms, private patio and views over the coconut groves and sea.
A range of activities can enjoyed on Murrebue Bay: try to come at full moon to witness the full red moon rising over the Indian Ocean just before dark. Stroll around the freshwater lake behind the dunes and see the pelicans, storks and egrets.
Snorkelling opens up a world of rich coral reefs and diverse exotic marine animals. Kite surfing is fun when the wind blows and games on the beach a must. Take a city tour to Pemba or a cultural boat trip to one of the Quirimbas Islands.
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