Benguerra is the second largest island in the Bazaruto Archipelago, which broke away from the mainland thousands of years ago. The island is approximately 55 square kilometers and lies 14km offshore. It is famous for its unspoiled white beaches and remarkable dive sites.
Benguerra Island comprises forest, savannah, freshwater lakes and a wetland eco-systems that sustains a diverse population of fauna and flora. Fresh water crocodiles and flocks of
flamingos can be found in the three lakes. The island, which is home to approximately 140 bird species, was declared a National Park in 1971.
So bring your camera and capture the freedom of an unspoilt island with deserted beaches of pure white sand, sparkling turquoise seas swaying palms and sunny days. The MHS team will ensure that you have the time of your life.
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