Once in a while travelers discover a place completely unspoiled; one that remains a secluded, romantic spot where guests’ eyes are opened to the incredible gifts the Earth bestows upon us. Coral Lodge 15.41 is such a place.
Wake up in an air-conditioned bed in one of ten villas at Coral Lodge 15.41. The lodge’s position lends itself perfectly for the cultural exploration of Ilha de Moçambique, the former capital of Mozambique built by the Portuguese. From the lodge guests look out onto San Sebastião Fort (1558 AD) at the north point of the island.
This fort and many other colonial buildings are remnants of a bygone era that still preserve history. Guests can explore this fascinating city at their own pace or let a local guide tell them about its controversial history.
Take some time to visit the oldest church in the Southern Hemisphere at the local village, picnic on a desert island, wander out to sea for some whale-watching, and enjoy dinner at the edge of the ocean.
Coral Lodge’s chef takes the time to explain his creations to guests before each meal… and every dish is more delicious than the last.
In fact, the service at Coral Lodge 15.41 is a huge part of the magical experience guests are treated to at this stunning property in northern Mozambique - 15 degrees south latitude and 41 degrees east longitude to be exact.