• Canoeing
  • Skiing/Tubing
  • Para-sailing
  • Fishing
  • Deep Sea Fishing Charters
  • Tents and Camping equipment to rent
  • Lagoon to Beach and back Transfers
  • Local village Cultural tours
  • Boat Trips
  • Sunset boat trips
  • Quad biking
  • Snorkelling
  • Diving experience at a reef done in Bilene
  • TURTLE ROCK turtle watch
  • 4x4 driving and fun


Our campsites has grass and electrical point and water.

In Mozambique we have a problem with electricity so we ask everyone please do not bring electric stoves and kettles as the electricity might not be able to carry the load.

Gas is available in Bilene.

Our drinking water comes from a borehole and we had it tested in Nov 2016.

We have domestic service and someone to help pitch tents and carry luggage.

Our domestic worker will do washing and dishes if you need.

Food and Drinks

You can buy local beer and some liquor and cold drinks from our bar if you need.

In Nhabanga you can buy airtime, some needed stuff at the shop, liquor and ice.

Fresh prawns and fish can be bought daily as prawns are actually still alive and kicking.

Local bread (pau) can be bought from locals going to Bilene daily.

If you need any groceries which you cannot find in the local market in Bilene you can take up a trip to Macia to Shoprite.

More About Bilene

Bilene is a popular water sports destination, and visitors can enjoy various activities including jet skiing, water-skiing, parasailing, paddle ski’ing, canoeing and windsurfing, most of which equipment is available for hire at the numerous resorts.


At Bilene one can also experience fishing, sailing, diving both in the lagoon and the open ocean, kayaking, snorkelling as well as whale watching and boat rides on the lagoon.

The Uembje lagoon is an ideal family spot with its pristine stretches of white sandy beaches and shallow calm water which allows for safe swimming.


We have a clinic and a small private hospital in Bilene for any injuries.

A pharmacy is also in Bilene.