Beira is the second largest city and busiest port in Mozambique. It is a fusion of tropical Africa, continental and oriental life. The sprawling city is built on swampy ground at the mouth of the Pungwe River and is a hot and humid place, especially in summer - you should take anti-malaria precautions before coming here. The city owes its existence to the "Beira Corridor" which is a road and railway line constructed from the coast eastwards, providing Zimbabwe with its main outlet to the sea. Badly affected during the war years, the city centre is quickly catching up to its pre-war image and there is a thriving atmosphere of bars and caf├ęs set against a mish-mash of architectural styles.
 
Conveniently situated in the heart of Beira, the hotel is 500 metres from the main shopping centre and only 4 km from the beach. Guests benefit from e...
Rio Savane is nestled beneath a large coconut grove between the Savane River and the open sea. Just 34km Northeast of Beira lies Rio Savane. The ca...