Ilha da Inhaca Things to Do
UV 50+ is a necessity on these beaches 365 per year.
The sand is White and clean, tides ensure their daily pristine state.
Yet remember that you in the Delagoa Bay, protected from the Indian Ocean, minimal waves, yet t sundown, as i saw on my three visits, the most delightful sunsets due to a Volcanic eruption, whose particles were brought to africa by the jetstreams.
Water is quite saline, not the Dead Sea, yet one easily floats - so very relaxing and meditative ;-)))Related to:
- Hiking and Walking
- Diving and Snorkeling
Not too far from the hotel complex you will find this little ocean museum. It was closed when we got there but provided a nice resting place after the brisk walk.
Once again just outside the hotel complex, you will find this little "rural" diner. Do not be put of by its appearance as the food is excellent and very fresh.
Ilha da Inhaca Restaurants
finest memory was the Sunday evening Braai / BBQ.
Seafoods of many shapes and sizes, accompanied by Vino Verde, chewy porro bao, basic salad with no kraft dressing, and their famed piri piri sauce.
prepaed over a sheet of corrugated roofing, the setting sun on the horizon, Garth Hoets with his guitar; Dave, Rick, Penny, Ilona, Diana, are a few names that come back; what a jogger on the atrophic cels