Guludo is a tropical, barefoot beach paradise; 12km of deserted powder-white sand nestled between the dazzling azure Indian Ocean and wild African Bush, in the Quirimbas National Park, Mozambique.
Accommodation provides everything you need and nothing you don’t; with high roofs, gentle sea breezes, alfresco en-suite bathrooms and a stunning “loo with a view”; barefoot luxury has never felt more indulgent. Our award-winning bandas have been designed to ingeniously blend luxury with a mix of traditional and contemporary styles and with the highest of environmental and social integrity.
The essence of Guludo is relaxation and discovery. Time is spent drifting over magnificent coral reefs, watching humpback whales, visiting islands and mingling in the local village. Guludo has a full PADI dive centre with excellent equipment and tuition which caters for novices through to experienced divers. Other activities include; Rolas Island, Ibo Island, Elephant lookout, Sunset Sails, Whale watching, Beach Archery, Village football, Beauty on the Beach, Pangane Beach and visiting community projects.
Guludo is also responsible tourism at its finest, even while snoozing in your hammock you are helping to relieve poverty. Guludo’s well established charity, Nema Foundation, works with local communities focusing on education (feeding 800 school children a day, building primary schools, giving scholarships), health (tackling malaria, HIV, malnutrition and infant mortality), water (30 water points now complete), enterprise (4 successful craft groups) and conservation (marine and agricultural).