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We enjoyed our stay at Tartaruga Maritima, not only for the fantastic setting and very good accommodation facilities, but also for the great hospitality and service by the staff. Moses made sure that we were always looked after, and manager Herman offered us valuable friendly...More
We recently spent a week at Tartaruga with family from Netherlands and the UK. The camp itself is situated in the dune forest just off the beach at Ponta Malongane. The luxury en-suite tents were beautiful and very comfortable, and the were serviced every morning...More
We visited during the December holiday of 2017, it was quiet, easy to find, the people were incredibly friendly and always willing to help!
Tartaruga is close to the beach, it’s close to the dive centre, and there are restaurants all around just outside the...More
We’ve been coming here a few times over the years and have always found it ideal in terms of privacy and comfort whilst literally being a few steps from what surely is one of the best beaches in Southern Africa.
Cosy and comfortable safari tents...More
This was our second visit & we were not disappointed. The tents are well maintained and immaculately clean. Although the area outside the gate has grown substantially over the last few years with many more vendors and bars / restaurants, once you drive into the...More
Situated on the extreme southern end of pristine Mozambican coastline, Tartaruga Maritima is an exclusive self-catering luxury tented camp on a large private coastal estate offering privacy and ...Moretranquillity to the discerning nature lover and adventurer. Tucked away in thick forest - only metres from the beach - eight luxury en suite tents erected on wooden decks are connected with a walkway through the Milkwood trees to the main lodge elevated on stilts with a spectacular view of Malongane bay. The lodge houses the dining and living area as well as the well-equipped kitchen for the use of the guests. A dive centre offering daily trips to the nearby reefs for scuba diving, surf safaris and swimming with dolphins is a 15 minute walk away along the beach and the picturesque village overlooking an inland lake behind the camp is an ideal venue for a late afternoon sundowner and a delicious seafood dinner. The region is a crisscross of sandy tracks through a vast undeveloped and unpopulated wilderness area where until recently the legendary wild elephants of the Maputo Elephant Reserve roamed freely. Guests without 4x4s can arrange Border Transfers to meet them at the Kosi Bay border post 14kms away. Less
Thank you so much for your really helpful comments!!! Looks like I voted thumbs down but did so accidentally as I do not have my glasses on! 🤓. We will be sure to look up your recommendations! Thanks again Tina x
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"Tent 8 is actually a wooden structure and it has an air-con. Tents 6 and 7 has a deck between them."