Situated atop a seven meter-high cliff, Londo Lodge overlooks the translucent waters of the Indian Ocean across to the splendor of Pemba Bay, the third largest natural bay in the world. The Lodge itself is so secluded, it can only be reached by speedboat, assuring you arrive at this dream destination in a style that will only continue to delight and seduce as your stay unfolds. With only six beautifully elegant, octagon-shaped villas, you can rest assured that your every whim will be attended to as you relax and unwind under the balmy African skies.
Londo Lodge prides itself in offering their esteemed guests the highest standard of luxury, privacy and hospitality. Each fabulous villa has been painstakingly designed to ensure maximum comfort with luxurious and flamboyant flourishes. Moroccan art meets traditional Maconde woodcraft, reflected in ornate Victorian mirrors; the lodge sets itself apart from the usual island style. Every villa has a large teak private decking area, from which to enjoy the stunning views.
The lodge provides a haven for anyone seeking a place to take time out. The breathtaking cliff-edged spa offers guests a number of health and wellness treatments which, infused with papaya, ginger and coconut oil, will relax and rejuvenate. Culinary connoisseurs will be spoilt and inspired by the resort’s highly acclaimed restaurant, specializing in fresh grilled fish and seafood, caught locally and served the very same day. There’s care to offer an authentic African experience too, as diners are treated to a range of dishes prepared with a truly delicious African flavor.
If you can tear yourself away from the peace and tranquility of the lodge, there is a wealth of activities to experience. Of course, given the location, guests are spoilt for choice with a range of water sports to enjoy. Scuba-divers and snorkelers can enjoy some of the ocean’s most beautiful and eclectic reefs. For those who like to stay above sea level, there are Mozambican dhow trips, big game fishing excursions and mangrove river trips. Or traditional-style canoe excursions to explore the surrounding uninhabited islands.