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Easily accessible by road and a mear 45 minutes from Zavora, North of Maputo. Caju Afrique is nestled peacefully along the water's edge of the magnificent Rio Inharime river offering an unmissable holiday adventure.
It is with great pride that we introduce you to Caju Afrique, a place of relaxation, of fun, and most of all beauty of a Mozambique holiday. Caju Afrique is in the famed Cabo Mangorro region of Inhambane province and Inhambane tropics in Mozambique southern region.
If you would like to take in a quiet atmosphere, and have a multitude of activities available for you to explore, or simply relax, then Caju Afrique is the choice to make when deciding on your next Mozambique trip.
Property AmenitiesCaju Afrique - Lodge 1
Welcome to the first of three fully equipped self catering lodges on the waters edge on the Rio Inharime river. This lodge comfortable sleeps between 1 - 6 people and is serviced daily by our friendly and helpful staff.
Caju Afrique - Lodge 2
Lodge 2 offers self catering accommodation for 2 - 6 individuals. It offers stunning views over on the Rio Inharime river. This fully equipped, stylish lodge is the ideal holiday venue in a quiet, tranquil paradise. The lodge is serviced daily by our helpful and friendly staff.
Caju Afrique - Lodge 3
This large self-catering lodge accommodates between 3 -12 individuals and is ideal for a family holiday or even friends.The accommodation lodge comes with your own private jetty and beach.The lodge enjoys a large fully equipped kitchen and lounge with 4 bedrooms. The accommodation is service daily by our friendly and helpful staff.
Area AttractionsActivities at Caju Afrique
Pottery wheel on lakes edge
Fishing at Caju Afrique
Mozambique has always been a fishermans paradise with abundant fish stocks. The Rio Inharime river lives up to that fine tradition. All the waters surrounding Caju Afrique are salt water varying in salinity be upriver and the salted lake Poela just 15 kms or 20 minutes by boat.Fish commonly caught in Lake Poela are the Kingfish, The Spotted Grunter, The Gar Fish and The Stump Nose Family. For the more adventurous are the Bull Sharks that are regularly caught at Zavora.