If you’re looking for unspoilt beaches, quiet seclusion and abundant marine life, visit Northern Mozambique. Lying West of the Comores Archipelago, the 32 tropical islands of the Quirimbas Archipelago are, for the most part, uninhabited. One luxury lodge per island is common, which means guests enjoy exclusivity, privacy and minimal human contact. The warm, tropical seas that surround the islands are known for their natural, unspoilt beauty and rich marine life. These coral reefs and azure waters are the habitat of whales, dugongs, turtles, dolphins and a plethora of colourful, tropical fish – a perfect playground for snorkelling and diving. Moray Eels, Marlin, Kingfish, Barracudas and other big game fish also live between the islands.