Where are the campsites at Ponta malongane?
Campsites C01 – C33 are in the Northern section of the Resort. Campsites C34 – C53, in the Southern section, are closer to the Dive Camp and boat launching area. The camp sites are all individually numbered and demarcated by poles. All sites are within easy walking distance to beach and one of our 5 public ablution blocks.
Where is Parque de malongane in South Africa?
Parque de Malongane – Ponta Malongane Accommodation with its amazing beach, enchanting beauty, and wondrous reefs is the place where your thirst for freedom and excitement will be quenched. Situated 7 hours from Johannesburg and 6 hours from Durban, you can enter through either the Kosi Bay border post (15 Km’s from the resort).
Where to eat on Ponta malongane in Portugal?
Less than 10 kilometres from the Kosi Bay border post, you slip the car into 4×4 mode to take on the sandy roads. Once there, you eat spicy chicken and just-caught prawns, thank the waiters in Portuguese – obrigado – buy fresh pão (bread) and sip on R&Rs (rum and a splash of raspberry) without converting any currency.
What to do in caravan parks in Mozambique?
Amazing beach resorts, caravan parks and campsites makes this a prime tourist destination. Enjoy activities such as scuba diving, snorkelling, 4×4 routes, fishing, hiking and much more. T he World Heritage Site of the Island of Mozambique and its fortified city.
Where to go scuba diving in Ponta malongane?
Perfectly situated a mere 30 meters from the beach with a sunset bar looking over the beach, our dive camp is completed with self-catering kitchen, braai area, a benched dining area, small pool for beginner scuba courses, a medical room (and first aider), kitting up decks and our compressor station capable of 232Bar air refills.
How big is the reef at Ponta malongane?
The kitchen is equipped with gas cookers, pots & pans and basic cooking utensils. Ponta Malongane Diving – Parque de Malongane offers 24 dive reefs, which range from idyllic 8m, to extreme deep blue 40m dives. The closest reef is only 300m offshore, whilst the distance to the furthest is about 7 Km’s.