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    The Ilha's main traditional habour


    Don't make mistakes, the sea colour isn't always sky blue around the Island, but incredibly turquoise or brightly green according to the tides or mostly a mix of all these colours. The harbour's also a mix ... of people coming or going, including tourists going snorkelling to nearby small islands.

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    Aloe Arborescens DBL


    Cape chairs and local travel boxes join modern comfort... so we hope! In the back the bath area wall and the island typical window seats. You rest there and listen unseen to the walking people chats. Read More

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    Ancient building traditions


    Buildings can be 200 or 300 year old ... or more, made of coral stones and coral lime, and huge beams and joists made of now rare Iron Wood. Many rooms proud themselves of totally original construction. Woods polished back to original splendour are amazing to see after years and years of neglect.

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    Aloe Vera Bathroom Wall


    Behind the round shape is the inbuilt bathroom. The many tricks of humidity. The spider-web design is a natural change of the original plain yellow colour. The Island is able to impose its own taste on walls and colours!
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    Each room is unique


    High beds, traditional furniture and antique pieces, recovered from oblivion by the patience of Judy are colourfully joined for accompanying your relax. Every room and angle is a small discovery and a search for changing beauty.

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    Our breakfast


    Food and presentation help each other and some etiquette improves both. What we offer is a choice of homemade goodies. Guests eat at our table with us. A good morning and quiet chat help appreciating all the above. Furthermore Bruno likes history and telling stories of his past... some are even interesting!

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Address Jardim dos Aloés B&B, Rua Presidente Kaunda, Ilha de Moçambique, Nampula
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Phone +258 871 765 517
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How to get here

The biggest sub-regional flight hub is Johannesburg. There is a good direct flight to Nampula almost everyday. Alternatively there are direct flights to Nampula from Nairobi and Dar es Salaam.
Third easy connection is via Maputo, with the national carrier for internal flights. You can get to Maputo via Johanneburg, Addis Ababa and Nairobi or directly from Lisbon.
Adventurers come also with enormous motorbikes or by 4x4 cars from several places of Africa!
From Nampula to the Ilha de Moçambique there is a taxi service that can be booked through Jardim dos Aloes. The cost is Mzn 5000 one way.

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