White beaches, great diving, sunshine and beautiful dune forests signature this destination.
Ponta do Ouro is a quaint little village, situated on the southernmost point on the Mozambique coastline, close to the South African border of Kosi Bay. The Kosi Bay border is situated 640km from Durban, and just over 600km from Johannesburg, with a border post that keeps office hours; 08:00 to 17:00. To get to the village of Ponta do Ouro (about 10km on deep sand from the border) you need a 4x4 or 2x4 vehicle, prepared for deep sand traversing, or a “border pickup” can be booked.CONTACT RENÉ
WHITE BEACHES AND GREAT DIVING
White beaches, great diving, sunshine and beautiful dune forests signature this destination, and makes guests book their tours time-and-time again. This destination is for everyone, old and young; beach-person or sea-person, adventurer or book worm, the activities possibilities are plenty: scuba diving, deep sea fishing, dolphin encounters, ocean safaris, surfing, kite surfing, quad bike riding, jet skiing, 4x4’ing, hiking, tanning and socialising!CONTACT RENÉ
The village of Ponta do Ouro boasts a laid-back charm, although it is bustling with restorative development. Traditional open-air markets, eager curio sellers, and small shops (cantinas) can be visited while walking the sandy roads, and for exquisite Portuguese cuisine, the restaurant choices are many, even en-route to the next-door village, Ponta Malongane.CONTACT RENÉ
Driving to Ponta Malongane is an adventure on its own; enjoy deep sand 4x4’ing through thick forests, while looking at beautiful inland lakes and sweeping grasslands. Stop at little road-side taverns to quench the thirst, or try some Portuguese chicken while looking out onto the azure ocean.