The villa has a games room with TV, books and board games just underneath the tower and . a study room sitting on stilts is nestled behind the master bedroom. The local coral limestone walls have been handcrafted and are a distinctive feature of this beautiful villa along with the spiral stairs leading up to the tree house.
Three of the en-suite double/twin rooms are sea-facing with another set-back in a ‘tree house’. The children’s’ accommodation consists of 2 separate rooms, each with 2 sets of bunks, and a shared bathroom.
The communal area, a split-level living, dining area and bar, is covered by an impressive thatch roof with open sides offering spectacular views of the ocean, and leading to the swimming pool.There are unobstructed views of the island from the top of the tower, the perfect setting for breakfast and watching the sunset.
A slender coral island just off Mozambique’s remote northern coast, Vamizi Island is part of the Quirimbas Archipelago, sometimes called the new Maldives.
Immersed as it is in the Indian Ocean, Vamizi is easier to reach than you might think, considering how castaway it is – and with miles of deserted coastline and a tropical ocean to cross, it’s all part of the adventure.
Casamina is staffed with a private chef and hospitality team (villa manager, housekeepers and butler) and has its own 4×4 car with driver.
An array of sailing boats and kayaks are available for guests along with fishing, diving, nature walks, community visits and picnics.