Culture & Nature, Perfectly Balanced
Picture five kilometres of pristine Mozambique coastline in the Bazaruto Archipelago, 300 hectares of calm sanctuary and coastal forest that’s home to throngs of birds and small mammals, and in all that space just 12 deeply private and magnificently luxurious residences. Some are in coves, others sheltered by dunes, all have magical beachfront and enchanting forest – and so much peaceful breathing space you can hear your heart beat.
Kisawa is a 300-hectare sanctuary of forest, beach and sand dunes, located on the southern tip of Benguerra Island Benguerra Island is situated 14 kilometres off Mozambique, on the Eastern coast of Africa. Part of the Bazaruto Archipelago, the neighbouring WWF National Marine Park is home to some of the richest and least explored subtropical ecosystems in the Indian Ocean.