The Bazaruto Archipelago Mozambique is a gathering of 6 islands off the shoreline of southern Mozambique. Bazaruto Archipelago Mozambique exist in Bazaruto National Park and are known for their white-sand shorelines. Bazaruto, with sand rises, is the biggest island. Coral reefs around Magaruque and Santa Carolina islands secure uncommon marine creatures, similar to dugongs. The wetlands, woodlands and meadows of Benguerra Island's inside are home to many feathered creature species. The gathering has a place with the Vilanculos and Inhassoro areas of Inhambane Province. The islands were framed from sand kept by the Save River, which has since moved its course. It is an unquestionable requirement visit put for voyagers and uncommonly couples.
The Bazaruto Archipelago has clear, turquoise waters loaded with bright fish, and offers plunging, snorkeling and birding. It makes a fine upmarket occasion in case you're searching for the quintessential Indian Ocean getaway. The archipelago comprises of five fundamental islands: Bazaruto, Benguera (likewise spelled Benguerra, and once in the past known as Santo António), Magaruque (Santa Isabel), Santa Carolina (Paradise Island or Ilha do Paraíso) and minor Bangué. Since 1971 a great part of the archipelago has been ensured as Bazaruto National Park. You'll see many winged animal species, including fish birds and pink flamingos. There are additionally red duikers, bushbucks and, particularly on Benguera, Nile crocodiles.
A combination of clear coastal waters and a sandy island, the Bazaruto Island is located on the southeastern side, around 80 kilometers, from the opening of Save River in Mozambique. It is also claimed to be the largest island within Bazaruto Archipelago and Bazaruto National Park. The island comprises of lakes, blooming planktons as well as limestone rocks and is featured in a British television game show called Prize Island that first aired on October 27, 2013.
Although it has been a thousand years since Beguerra Island separated from the mainland, it is still the second largest island in Bazaruto Archipelago. Also known by the name Santa Antonia, mostly by the Portuguese, the island spans for around 55 square kilometers and is at a distance of 14 kilometers offshore. It is popular for its activities that include horseback riding, fishing, diving and also for its luxurious resorts and pallid beaches.
Originally known as Ilha Santa Isabel, the Magaruque Island is located in Mozambique but outside its coast. Situated at a distance of 5.6 kilometers in the southern direction of Benguerra Island and at a distance of 9.9 km from Ponta Chuè in the eastern direction, the island forms a part of the Bazaruto Archipelago. For visitors keen to explore, the island hosts six lavish villas named after shells like Cowrie, Pansy Shell, Nautilus, Conch, and others that can be found in the sand.