Matemo Island Resort is currently closed for refurbishment. Situated in the magnificent Quirimbas Archipelago off the coast of Northern Mozambique, the remote Island of Matemo offers idyllic Mozambique island accommodation. Experience an Island holiday of unspoilt beauty, breathtaking scenery, spectacular marine life and extreme relaxation. The Matemo Resort Quirambas Archipelago Mozambique Accommodation consists of a total of 24 thatched chalets with en-suite bathrooms fitted with indoor shower and separate bath as well as a private outdoor shower.
All chalets are beautifully furnished and are equipped with air conditioning, outdoor hammock, ceiling fans, fully mosquito screened, hair dryer, mini bar, personal electronic safe, satellite TV and the convenience of tea/coffee making facilities. Chalets are set separately from the main building where you'll dine on sublime local seafood fare, relax at the swimming pool and enjoy exotic cocktails at the bar.
Facilities, Services & Equipment
Lounge / Bar
Reception with Zanzibar Day Beds and reading areas
Two chalets offer a private dining area (Chalet #1 and Chalet #2)
More Mozambique Accommodation
Volleyball, beach tennis, badminton and kiddies sand building castles
Activities at Matemo Island Resort
Experience breathtaking snorkeling, scuba diving, a variety of beach games, deep sea fishing and sunset cruises. You can even take a “Water Taxi” to Ibo Island for a cultural experience. The ultimate in undiscovered Mozambique island adventure.
Matemo Island Resort, Quirimbas Fishing
Tropical fish ranging from gobies to mammoth Napoleon Wrasse and game fish including Kingfish and Spanish Mackerel are abundant in the Quirimbas.
Matemo Island Resort, Mozambique Scuba Diving
Treat yourself to an underwater wonderland with captivating diving and snorkelling where you can experience some of the world's richest coral reefs.
Other Activities at Matemo Island Resort
Enjoy a sunset cruise, embark on a cultural tour to nearby, historical Ibo Island (20 minutes by boat), or enjoy a scenic hike through the baobabs and palm groves on the island.
Traveler Rating: 5 (out of 5)
Current reviews - 6 posted
Author: James Lewis
Posted: Tuesday, March 20 2012, 08:58:12
Good day Marian
Posted: Sunday, March 25 2007, 19:47:48
We stayed in Matemo for five days in August (Winter time, although temperatures were always above 25ºC) and apart from the day before the last, where it almost rained and the wind was a bit annoying, the weather was fine (best days were definitely the 1st and the last). When there was no wind at all, the water was literally a pool!!! Still, even with a breeze, the sea was extremely safe (one could hardly speak of waves as we know them). The food was ok; at breakfast there was the normal stuff - bread, cereals, fruit, milk, fruit juices - not fresh though; at dinner there were fish & meat courses, salads, pasta; the pastries were excellent!!! I expected more fruit variety...but this is an island; anyway, the overall impression is positive! Service was excellent, although there was no room service. At night, one could take some nice walks or simply stay outside the cottage having a drink and enjoy the peace and quietness of the island and the starry sky. I don't remember having to worry with insects.
Matemo Island Resort
Posted: Sunday, March 25 2007, 19:45:04
I simply loved Matemo!!! The water, the sand, the accomodation - everything was great!! I stayed there in Aug 2005. First the 1/2 hour trip from Pemba to Matemo: amazing! I had never flown in a bi-motor before and to be able to look down and see the landscape, the water, the fishboats clearly was an unforgetable experience. As one approaches land, one immediately sees the chalets and the beach and that's really breathtaking: the colours of the water, the white sand, the chalets - it all looks like those fabulous pictures you see in the magazines! The accomodation falls nothing short of what you see on the website: wooden floors (also in the bathroom); a tub with a view; comfortable beds; Outside there's a small porch with a couple of chairs; there is also a couple of beach "beds" in front of every chalet. To watch the sunset and the stars at night was also a unique experience! I just wish Matemo continues to offer that very same quality and that everyone enjoys Matemo at least as much as I did.
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