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Tofinho Self Catering Houses Tofo Mozambique
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A warm welcome to Tofinho Self Catering Houses Tofo Mozambique, on the cliff overlooking the ocean at Tofinho these fully furnished and well equipped self catering cottages are an ideal option for couples, families and small groups who want to spend some time enjoying the tranquility with a good view of the ocean.
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On the cliff overlooking the ocean at Tofinho these fully furnished and well equipped self catering cottages are an ideal option for couples, families and small groups who want to spend some time enjoying the tranquility with a good view of the ocean.
Ideally you will need your own vehicle to get to and from Tofo for supplies and activities. There is also a beach front cottage in Tofo which is more central. All cottages are fully serviced daily.
Accommodation at Tofinho Self Catering Houses, Tofo
The cottages are equipped and serviced with a view to cater for typical South African families, ranging in size between 4 and 8 persons. Each of the respective cottages is uniquely (basic) styled and offers a rustic and home-like atmosphere where “you can do your own thing”. The cottages offer the basic facilities, as would be expected when going self-catering, e.g. cutlery, crockery, bedding and furnishing … nothing extravagant … just typical South African home-like where you can wear shorts, go bear feet and have supper when you feel like it. Unfortunately, no TV.
The 7 cottages share a group of 5 cleaners (cum butlers) who’s job it is to make your stay as memorable as possible, e.g. makes the beds, does the dishes, sweeps the floors, assists you in negotiating the best buy of fresh fish, prawns, calamari and crayfish from the beach and also cleans the fish, helps prepare food, even join you as guide to town (Inhambane) and nearby places of interest (e.g. Barra, Paindane, Praia da Roche, Coconut Bay), etc.
The only task they are not allowed to do is washing and ironing of clothes, for which they can assist in finding you someone who could do that at a modest fee. The cottages are also serviced by a group of guards, whose job it is to keep a watchful eye during night-time and to ensure that your privacy is not compromised. Guards are normally on duty between 22:00 and 06:00
This stretch of coastline offers the ultimate drive and dive experience. The turquoise waters hold a vast number of game and tropical fish species as well as a variety of beautiful corals and rare marine creatures including dugongs, whale sharks, and turtles.
Conditions compare favorably with those of the Caribbean or Great Barrier Reef but are far less crowded and not nearly as commercialized. Water temperatures range from 24°C (in mid-winter) to 31°C. Visibility is generally between 5 and 35 meters with 15 meters being the year-round average. Gin-clear conditions occur frequently, both along the coast and around the islands. Most lodges hire snorkeling equipment and arrange diving excursions. The more up-market resorts offer courses ranging from Resort and Open Water to Advanced Diver. Many also have their own dive shops where a full range of equipment can be hired or bought. Diversity Scuba located in Tofo town centre is recommendable.
Launch sites are carefully designated and vehicle access to beaches is strictly controlled. Angling from the shore can also be most productive. Small kingfish (2 to 3 kg) can be found from the rocks off Tofinho, particularly towards high tide, and at deep water spots anything can happen (Adrie Prinsloo of Glassfit Witbank holds the Tofo record of 48 kg for a Kingfish caught off the rocks at Tofinho). Kingfish, stump nose and pompano are taken from the sandy beaches between Tofo and Tofinho. Salt water fly fishing is becoming increasingly popular, particularly off the sandbars at Tofo point.
However, it’s the waves around the corner at Tofinho that draw the serious surfers. A shallow reef ledge skirts the sandstone headland and at low tide advanced surfers who can handle the steep take-off have the chance of getting the ride of a lifetime. Tofinho, less than a kilometer south of Tofo, is situated on a more exposed and rocky headland and is known for its stiff currents and a shallow rock shelf make it a place for advanced riders only.
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