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Paradise is closer than you think…

Situated on the southern tip of Tofo point, 22km from Inhambane, and covering an area of 13 acres, Casa Barry Lodge consists of charming thatched dwellings that blend in perfectly with its surrounding natural splendours. As Casa Barry Lodge is positioned right on Tofo’s main swimming beach, you can take a short stroll across the powdery sand, straight into the warm Mozambique water.

Our property borders on the high-water mark and stuns our guests with a breath-taking view of the entire bay, which can especially be enjoyed from the restaurant deck. Our restaurant is one of the best seafood restaurants in the vicinity and our fully-stocked bar has a very tranquil and hospitable atmosphere.

Our wide range of accommodation, varied facilities and ideal location enables us to provide you with either relaxed sun-soaking getaways or action-packed vacations. From Tofo’s rustic, unspoilt beaches and turquoise seas to its vibrant marine life and colourful culture, everyone from romantic couples to adventure-seekers or large groups and families will enjoy this exotic paradise.

Christened “Home of the Manta Queen”, Casa Barry is a magical destination for the dive enthusiast. Our famous manta rays and whale sharks are here all year round, along with other incredible marine life such as turtles and dolphins.

With so much to offer, it is no wonder that Casa Barry Lodge is one of the world’s finest tourist destinations and our returning guests are proof of this.

Contact our booking office now - Tel: +27 31 767 0111  or email: sales@casabarry.com

We look forward to welcoming you to our little piece of heaven!

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