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Just off the Mozambique coastline, Kisawa is sited on the Bazaruto Archipelago, among the least explored subtropical ecosystems in the Indian Ocean.

Nestled within over 700 acres of dunes, beach, and pristine forest, these 12 bungalows come with infinity pools, open-air decks, a private waterfront, and an outdoor lounging area with a kitchen.

Beneath the palm-thatched roofs, you’ll find sandy, burnt orange tones amid the whitewashed walls with flowing drapes to echo your breezy mood and sumptuous, chic furnishings to sink into.

Beyond the rooms, you’ll find a spa with Chinese and Ayurvedic offerings, PADI-certified diving experiences, and numerous places to dine on delicious Mozambican flavors including two beach clubs.


Its construction makes it something of a trailblazer, with parts of this luxury retreat having been 3D printed. These include the mortar, made of sand and seawater, and elements of the tiling, flooring, and masonry. That same technology will be used to produce coral reefs to help maintain marine habitats.

But it also feels like every detail has been carefully considered, from the vintage vinyl players in the rooms to the Vanaveda spa products. Local artisans were also drafted in to dress each of the villas.

And the resort really gives back, with its connected charity the Bazaruto Center for Scientific Studies, set up by the resort’s owner, offering scholarships that help the islanders study on the mainland.